Healthcare

Healthcare

Medical Device Simulation

With patient welfare hanging in the balance, disruptive innovation is a permanent concern and product failure is not an option in healthcare. Applying engineering simulation throughout development can make all the difference in bringing new treatments to patients while meeting safety standards and product deadlines.

When you build reliability into the design process, it improves compliance with tightening
FDA regulations — and saves lives. Since clinical testing can’t address every possible situation, medical device companies adopt engineering simulation (in silico testing) to systematically identify and resolve worst-case scenarios.

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Cardiovascular

Implantable cardiovascular devices stents, coils, heart valves, and pacemakers are . . .

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Orthopedics

As life expectancy rises, orthopedic researchers are extending the life of joint implants and . . .

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Diagnosis & Personalized Medicine

As life expectancy rises, orthopedic researchers are extending the life of joint implants and . . .

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Medical & Hospital Supplies

"Smart" medical equipment and supplies incorporate multifunctional electronic and microelectronic ..

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FDA Assisted Approval

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has encouraged the use of engineering simulation to . . .

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In Silico Testing

In silico design involves virtual investigation with computer models to complement and . . .

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Virtual Human Laboratory

An emerging best practice, the virtual (physiological) human laboratory enables the designer. . .

Accelerating Globalization

Globalization addresses the lack of engineering resources in non-industrialized countries. . .

Affordable & Profitable Medicine

Affordable treatment and product profitability are not at odds . . .

Ensuring Extreme Reliability

Regulatory approval includes subjecting products, procedures, and services to the extreme . . .

Boosting Medical Innovation

Despite shrinking budgets, leading medical device companies push innovation to the limit . .

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