This presentation will discuss novel biocompatible coatings that have been developed by BioInteractions Ltd. Dr. Alan Rhodes, Scientist, BioInteractions Ltd
In this discussion, the four key benefits of automating catheter manufacturing processes will be exposed, as well as the surprising benefits of integrating medical device manufacturing systems. Paul Ogden, Director of Sales, ASG Medical Systems
Cleaning and Disinfection Validations: Demonstrating the Effective Reprocessing of Reusable Devices Sharon A. Malia, Department Head of Microbiology, Toxikon Corp.
New types of polymers with unique properties to serve as matrices for delivering drugs from the surfaces of medical devices or from injectable microspheres. Dr. Nathan Lockwood, Manager of Materials Research and Development at SurModics, Inc
A technical view as it relates to selecting color for use in medical devices, guidance on current regulations, plastic formula selection, color control and change management. Mike Chappell, is the Color and Additive Marketing Specialist, RTP Company
To educate the target audience on the effectiveness of using antimicrobial agents in plastics materials to reduce and/or eliminate hospital acquire infections. Phil Dix, Medical Marketing and Developement Manager, LTL Color Compounders, Inc.
Companies must look to technology to survive and prosper in the coming post-recessionary era, which has been labeled, the "new normal" economy. Profits will be more difficult to achieve, forcing companies to turn to technology to lean their operations in order to enhance their competitive positions. Customers will also be wanting to do business with organizations that employ "green" practices. The right software choice can facilitate both "lean" and "green". Harold Katz, Marketing and Technology Enabling Manager, Syspro
How the continued shrinking of electronic components and processes for fabricating and populating flexible circuit boards enable smaller, smarter devices. Randal Chinnock, Founder/CEO of Optimum Technologies, Inc.
Silicone has shown how its chemical stability, physical strengths, and bioinertness have made it a valuable candidate for long term implant applications. Presentation expands upon the future of fillers for silicones utilized in long term implants. Robert Umland, National Sales Manager for NuSil Technology