Effectual design features, state-of-the-art technologies and advanced manufacturing techniques have revolutionized vascular access design over the past few years. These advances contribute to substantial cost efficiencies and safer devices that could help your medical device company avoid life threatening mistakes. Participants in this webinar will hear the “Plastics Experts” share the design, manufacturing and assembly techniques that should be considered for your future product design and launch initiatives.
Catheter Design Webinar – Designing Vascular Access Catheters-Avoiding Costly and Life Threatening Mistakes.
Participants in this webinar will hear the “Plastics Experts” share the design, manufacturing and assembly techniques that should be considered for your future product design and launch initiatives.
Attend this webinar and learn:
- Hear experts share key learnings on how best to design a robust catheter system
- Walk away with a better understanding of the latest bonding techniques and when to employ each
- Learn how to become a tip-forming expert
- Understand what to look for in a vascular access/catheter designer and manufacturer
- Learn how sheath and tube strength doesn’t have to be sacrificed for the goal of thinner tube thickness
Vice President – Product Development
Since 1992, Eric has been involved in the design and development of medical devices. His extensive experience includes R&D, product design and development responsibilities in the areas of artificial organs, obstetrics & gynecology, neonatal ventilation and vascular access devices. Eric joined MEDRON (www.medroninc.com) in 1997 and is responsible for product/process design and validation. He holds both a BS & MS in Mechanical Engineering. In 2016, Eric became Vice President – Product Development for MEDRON which is owned and operated by Flexan.
Western Region Business Development Manager
Darren is the Western Region Business Development Manager for Flexan (www.flexan.com). He is a Business Development and Sales Executive with over 15 years of experience in silicone and thermoplastic molding, extrusion and assembly. His focus is on working with engineering groups from medical device OEMs to develop fully assembled catheter delivery systems and implantable components for class III medical devices. Flexan currently produces components and assemblies for many of the top 30 medical device OEMs.