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Sep 7, 2014
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Effective Design Partnerships: Understanding the Critical Partnership Research Stage 1

Few markets rival the medical market for complexity. Most product sales involve a long line of people who can influence the decision: doctors, patients, nurses, technicians, IT engineers, accountants, safety managers, regulators, administrators, auditors, and more. Each has a slightly--or radically--different calculation of the holistic value of the product....More
Jul 28, 2014
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Finding the Right Fit for Effective Design Partnerships 4

One of the most powerful combinations in business is a partnership between a product manufacturer and an outside product design firm. It’s an opportunity for two complementary organizations to work through a complex process – with a huge number of variables – and produce something much greater than either could produce on its own....More
Aug 25, 2014
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Steps to Jumpstart Your UDI Program

The recent observation is that many companies--especially those without class III devices--are in a “wait and see” mode, or at best, have delivered an informal communication to the obvious UDI stakeholders and had a loose planning session or two....More
Jul 31, 2014
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Using Oscilloscopes for microVolt Biomedical Measurements 2

Measuring electrical phenomena presents a number of challenges to biomedical signal measurement systems. The tiny, microVolt-level electrical pulses that signal a firing neuron or a muscle response, are often obscured by high-amplitude noise or accompanied by significant DC potentials. Quite often, the signal of interest is a small transient pulse that either occurs intermittently, or only once....More
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