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Are You Gambling With Medical Device Compliance?

8 Reasons To Ditch Paper Device History Records What is the probability thousands of handwritten records created by production employees are error free? That’s the gamble OEMs make when they accept handwritten device history records (DHRs) from their contract manufacturing...

Understanding Silicone Molding for Implantable Medical Devices

Medical device manufacturers rely on the biocompatibility of silicone for a wide range of devices that come in contact with the body, ranging from long-term orthopedic surgical implants and cardiovascular devices to one-time-use devices. This article provides guidance to medical...

Temperature Extremes for Molded Rubber Applications

From the blazing heat of the deserts, where temperatures exceed +115F, to the frigid polar ice caps, where lows dip to –80F, molded rubber applications have to perform regardless of the weather. Even greater temperature extremes are found in the...