Biomedical Devices

Author: Tugrul Özel
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119267048
Format: PDF, ePub
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Biomedical Devices: Design, Prototyping, and Manufacturing features fundamental discussions of all facets of materials processing and manufacturing processes across a wide range of medical devices and artificial tissues. Represents the first compilation of information on the design, prototyping, and manufacture of medical devices into one volume Offers in-depth coverage of medical devices, beginning with an introductory overview through to the design, manufacture, and applications Features examples of a variety of medical applications of devices, including biopsy micro forceps, micro-needle arrays, wrist implants, spinal spacers, and fixtures Provides students, doctors, scientists, and technicians interested in the development and applications of medical devices the ideal reference source

Handbook on Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technologies for Biomedical Devices

Author: Andrés Díaz Lantada
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461467896
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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​The last decades have seen remarkable advances in computer‐aided design, engineering and manufacturing technologies, multi‐variable simulation tools, medical imaging, biomimetic design, rapid prototyping, micro and nanomanufacturing methods and information management resources, all of which provide new horizons for the Biomedical Engineering fields and the Medical Device Industry. Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technologies for Biomedical Devices covers such topics in depth, with an applied perspective and providing several case studies that help to analyze and understand the key factors of the different stages linked to the development of a novel biomedical device, from the conceptual and design steps, to the prototyping and industrialization phases. Main research challenges and future potentials are also discussed, taking into account relevant social demands and a growing market already exceeding billions of dollars. In time, advanced biomedical devices will decisively change methods and results in the medical world, dramatically improving diagnoses and therapies for all kinds of pathologies. But if these biodevices are to fulfill present expectations, today’s engineers need a thorough grounding in related simulation, design and manufacturing technologies, and collaboration between experts of different areas has to be promoted, as is also analyzed within this handbook.

Emerging Trends in Medical Plastic Engineering and Manufacturing

Author: Markus Schönberger
Publisher: William Andrew
ISBN: 0323374654
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Emerging Trends in Medical Plastic Engineering and Manufacturing gives engineers and materials scientists working in the field detailed insights into upcoming technologies in medical polymers. While plastic manufacturing combines the possibility of mass production and wide design variability, there are still opportunities within the plastic engineering field which have not been fully adopted in the medical industry. In addition, there are numerous additional challenges related to the development of products for this industry, such as ensuring tolerance to disinfection, biocompatibility, selecting compliant additives for processing, and more. This book enables product designers, polymer processing engineers, and manufacturing engineers to take advantage of the numerous upcoming developments in medical plastics, such as autoregulated volume-correction to achieve zero defect production or the development of ‘intelligent’ single use plastic products, and methods for sterile manufacturing which reduce the need for subsequent sterilization processes. Finally, as medical devices get smaller, the book discusses the challenges posed by miniaturization for injection molders, how to respond to these challenges, and the rapidly advancing prototyping technologies. Provides a roadmap to the emerging technologies for polymers in the medical device industry, including coverage of ‘intelligent’ single use products, personalized medical devices, and the integration of manufacturing steps to improve workflows Helps engineers in the biomedical and medical devices industries to navigate and anticipate the special requirements of this field with relation to biocompatibility, sterilization methods, and government regulations Presents tactics readers can use to take advantage of rapid prototyping technologies, such as 3D printing, to reduce defects in production and develop products that enable entirely new treatment possibilities

The Design and Manufacture of Medical Devices

Author: J Paulo Davim
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1908818182
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Medical devices play an important role in the field of medical and health technology, and encompass a wide range of health care products. Directive 2007/47/EC defines a medical device as any instrument, apparatus, appliance, software, material or other article, whether used alone or in combination, including the software intended by its manufacturer to be used specifically for diagnostic and/or therapeutic purposes and necessary for its proper application, intended by the manufacturer to be used for human beings. The design and manufacture of medical devices brings together a range of articles and case studies dealing with medical device R&D. Chapters in the book cover materials used in medical implants, such as Titanium Oxide, polyurethane, and advanced polymers; devices for specific applications such as spinal and craniofacial implants, and other issues related to medical devices, such as precision machining and integrated telemedicine systems. Contains articles on a diverse range of subjects within the field, with internationally renowned specialists discussing each medical device Offers a practical approach to recent developments in the design and manufacture of medical devices Presents a topic that is the focus of research in many important universities and centres of research worldwide

Bio Materials and Prototyping Applications in Medicine

Author: Paulo Jorge Bártolo
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780387476834
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Rapid prototyping is used to design and develop medical devices and instrumentation. This book details research in rapid prototyping of bio-materials for medical applications. It provides a wide variety of examples of medical applications using rapid prototyping, including tissue engineering, dental applications, and bone replacement. Coverage also discusses the emergence of computer aided design in the development of prosthetic devices.

Medical Modelling

Author: Richard Bibb
Publisher: Woodhead Publishing
ISBN: 1782423133
Format: PDF
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Medical modelling and the principles of medical imaging, Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Rapid Prototyping (also known as Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing) are important techniques relating to various disciplines - from biomaterials engineering to surgery. Building on the success of the first edition, Medical Modelling: The application of Advanced Design and Rapid Prototyping techniques in medicine provides readers with a revised edition of the original text, along with key information on innovative imaging techniques, Rapid Prototyping technologies and case studies. Following an overview of medical imaging for Rapid Prototyping, the book goes on to discuss working with medical scan data and techniques for Rapid Prototyping. In this second edition there is an extensive section of peer-reviewed case studies, describing the practical applications of advanced design technologies in surgical, prosthetic, orthotic, dental and research applications. Covers the steps towards rapid prototyping, from conception (modelling) to manufacture (manufacture) Includes a comprehensive case studies section on the practical application of computer-aided design (CAD) and rapid prototyping (RP) Provides an insight into medical imaging for rapid prototyping and working with medical scan data

The Medical Device R D Handbook

Author: Theodore R. Kucklick
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420038354
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The Medical Device R&D Handbook presents a wealth of information for the hands-on design and building of medical devices. Detailed information on such diverse topics as catheter building, prototyping, materials, processes, regulatory issues, and much more are available in this convenient handbook for the first time. The Medical Device R&D Handbook also includes exclusive interviews with pioneers and leaders in the medical device industry, offering an insider's perspective on issues that are critical to the medical device entrepreneur. Highlights Include... An Introduction to Medical Plastics Catheter Forming Equipment and Operations Basics of Catheter Construction Basics of Medical Needles Rapid Prototyping for Medical Devices Reverse Engineering for Medical Devices Using Medical Illustration in Product Development Introduction to Pre-Clinical Studies Introduction to Regulatory Affairs Assessing Biocompatibility Exclusive Interviews with Key Industry Leaders ...And More This practical handbook is a unique, insightful guide that helps you design, test, and successfully introduce new medical devices to the marketplace.

Biodesign

Author: Stefanos Zenios
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521517427
Format: PDF
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Recognize market opportunities, master the design process, and develop business acumen with this 'how-to' guide to medical technology innovation. Outlining a systematic, proven approach for innovation - identify, invent, implement - and integrating medical, engineering, and business challenges with real-world case studies, this book provides a practical guide for students and professionals.

Class 1 Devices

Author: Peter J Ogrodnik
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128007966
Format: PDF, ePub
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The Case Studies in Medical Devices Design series consists of practical, applied case studies relating to medical device design in industry. These titles complement Ogrodnik’s Medical Device Design and will assist engineers with applying the theory in practice. The case studies presented directly relate to Class I, Class IIa, Class IIb and Class III medical devices. Designers and companies who wish to extend their knowledge in a specific discipline related to their respective class of operation will find any or all of these titles a great addition to their library. Class 1 Devices is a companion text to Medical Devices Design: Innovation from Concept to Market. The intention of this book, and its sister books in the series, is to support the concepts presented in Medical Devices Design through case studies. In the context of this book the case studies consider Class I (EU) and 510(k) exempt (FDA) . This book covers classifications, the conceptual and embodiment phase, plus design from idea to PDS. These titles will assist anyone who is working in the medical devices industry or who is studying biomedical subject areas to design a successful medical device and avoid repeating past mistakes. Written by an experienced medical device engineer and entrepreneur, with real world experience of developing and commercializing medical products. Joins up theory and practice in an accessible style.

Methods in Research and Development of Biomedical Devices

Author: Kelvin K L Wong
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814436119
Format: PDF, ePub
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This book presents a road map for applying the stages in conceptualization, evaluation, and testing of biomedical devices in a systematic order of approach, leading to solutions for medical problems within a well-deserved safety limit. The issues discussed will pave the way for understanding the preliminary concepts used in modern biomedical device engineering, which include medical imaging, computational fluid dynamics, finite element analysis, particle image velocimetry, and rapid prototyping. This book would undoubtedly be of use to biomedical engineers, medical doctors, radiologists, and any other professionals related to the research and development of devices for health care. Contents:IntroductionOverview of Biomedical TechnologiesConceptualisation and Medical Image-Based ModellingMedical Imaging and VisualisationTreatment of AneurysmsEndovascular Stent GraftsNasal Drug DeliveryBiomedical MEMS MicropumpEngineering and Production Management for Biomedical Devices Readership: Engineers, doctors and students in the biomedical and biomechanical engineering, and radiology fields. Keywords:Biomedical Device;Design Realisation;Biomechanics;Computational Fluid Dynamics;Scientific ManagementKey Features:We outline the development of a biomedical device or a medical-assisting mechanism, which involves the system integration of various modelling, evaluation, or testing components to lead to the successful examination of a product that meets the medical application safety thresholdThe system of analysing the testing and development of biomedical devices is also presented. It exists to facilitate a smooth flow of implementations that evaluate medical implants and mechanisms in order to meet the desired reliability and safety levels. The introduction of advanced modelling and testing procedures for the accurate evaluation of devices, as well as the capability of the system to identify and quantify flow behaviour through it can result in clinically safe designs and give medical experts a leading edge in saving patientsWe focus on the characteristics of modelling and evaluation of heart valve implants, stents, stent grafts, and drug delivery mechanisms to illustrate the instruments used in testing these cardiac or respiratory flow-related biomedical applicationsWe introduce the fundamental concepts of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element analysis (FEA) with applications onto some selected biomedical devices as well as highlight the nature of their applications and impact to the medical industryComputational tools such as computer-aided design (CAD) software and numerical solvers for CFD, as well as flow visualisation packages, which are mainly used in simulation, visualisation, and verification stages of the development are listed in appendicesThis book contributes the framework behind the implementation of biomedical devices and applications in the systematic format, and describes the key instruments used in their development. Experimental and clinical verification listed in detail here will complement the existing computational results based on the device performance and vice versaReviews: “The book is an extremely valuable interdisciplinary addition to practical knowledge in the field of treatment of aneurysms, stent grafts, nasal drug delivery and biomedical micropump. Therefore it is a very important book for both engineers and students, PhD students or physicians who want to expand their range of knowledge in these areas … This is an interesting book in the field of biomedical devices, containing many practical examples. The individual chapters are presented in a clear and lucid manner, which undoubtedly expands the group of potential readers to a great extent.” BioMedical Engineering OnLine