Blog - MedTech

What Is ISO 13485 Certification — and Why Should You Care?

Jen — September 22, 2015

ISO (International Organization of Standards) 13485 is a rigorous quality-management system and regulatory standard pertaining to the design and manufacturing of medical devices, ranging from life-saving medical equipment, such as artificial hearts or dialysis machines, to diagnostic tools, treatment devices, and hospital beds. All regulated medical equipment must meet specific standards to be sold internationally. …Read More

5 Pitfalls When 3D Printing

Anuva — March 24, 2015

              3D printing is one of the most rapidly growing technologies today. In many situations, it is unbelievably useful and efficient. It can drastically reduce product-prototyping costs and timelines. It allows parts to be modified and replaced with ease. It provides insurance before sending parts to large-scale production. However, …Read More

A Resource Guide to Wearable Device Sensors

Anuva — August 7, 2014

This is Part 4 of our series, “The Future of Medical Technology: Wearable Devices.” Read Part 3 here. Last week’s blog covered the many wireless communication options available for wearable devices.  With these wireless options available, one must be able to provide useful data for transmission.  This blog will cover an array of sensors commonly used …Read More