Our full design portfolio of medical devices demonstrates our technical know-how, thorough understanding of the life sciences industry, ability to meet exacting standards, integrated cost-effective approaches, and our experience in successfully accomplishing simple to complex product designs. We lend our expertise to the earliest phases of development that involve prototypes and testing, to FDA submissions, and transfer to manufacturing. Our portfolio represents decades of medical device design experience—knowledge that can bring your device to commercial reality.
• Medical Device Development
• Concept Visualization
• Regulatory Pathway
• FDA Submissions
• Design Documentation
• Prototypes and Testing
• Transfer to Manufacturing
• Ergonomic Analysis
• Global Sourcing
• Human Factors Analysis
• CAD Development
• Aesthetic Form Development
Wrap features a reversible design, easy pull tabs, minimal overlying straps and special notches that resist gaping and bulk. The Pressure Monitor uses an innovative wand to simplify measuring pressure inside the wrap.
This infrared thermometer reads temperature without touching. Also measures body, room, and surface temperatures.
Paired with a bedside monitor, the disposable sensor pads can send lung function readings in real time to remote devices.
Source: DJO Global
Wearable compression pump for post-surgical DVT prevention.
A battery-operated, noninvasive vacuum pump-assisted system quietly draws urine from a collection cup through a plastic tube into a collection bag that stores a day's amount of urine.
Source: Compression Solutions
Portable compression pump that provides Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) therapy at home.
This set of stainless steel tools are used to implant a spacer into the cavity between vertebra during a transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) surgical procedure.