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Medical Device Designing and Clinical Phases
John E. Johnson Offline
#1 Posted : Thursday, June 2, 2011 12:38:42 AM(UTC)

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• Conception and Development

In conceptualizing a medical device, scientific principles must also adhere to its safety and performance. As such heaps of work on researching is very significant.

The more complex the device, the higher the possibility of it’s being susceptible to errors and pitfalls. Reliability and accuracy of concept and competence over design, testing and construction call for analysis of experts so as to ensure that all of the design parameters don’t entail any risks and hazards.

• Manufacturing

Handy medical devices are created when all the manufacturing processes are carried out properly and managed adequately. On the other hand, poor manufacturing management often result in discrepancy of products.

Since “good manufacturing practice” is stressed out and mandated in the process, guidelines are developed and created.

• Packaging and Labeling

Since the product has been conceptualized, manufactured, produced and surpassed FDA regulatory guidelines, the next step involves packaging and labeling. Packaging system involved polishing the product for public use.

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That all looks correct, but what's the point of this publication? What should we discuss? Medical Devices should be created according to the latest technologies and we cannot jump over our head to make something advanced if we have no idea how to do that, what exactly should be done, what technology used, etc.
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