Integrating Novel Materials to Improve Medical Device Performance

On Demand Available until November 3, 2017

Today’s implantables are highly engineered assemblies with multiple complex elements that require innovative materials and sophisticated manufacturing. The development and use of new and novel materials and processes has enabled advances in both medical device performance and patient safety. Whether it’s a lighter material, a smoother surface, or a process that can be made automated and repeatable, advanced technologies such as scratch-free surfaces or specialized coatings for stimulation can help you extend or improve the life of your implantable device.

Register for this Webinar and you will learn about:


• Custom-developed materials for medical device implants
• Super-finished and engineered surfaces for medical implants
• Additive manufacturing and personalized medical implants


Speakers:


Andrew Fisk, PhD., Director of Technology and Innovation, Pulse Technologies

Andrew is Director of Technology and Innovation, responsible for research and development of new technologies and new capabilities. His academic background is in materials and materials processing and his breadth of experience ranges from gas turbine engines to solid oxide fuel cells. Prior to Pulse, he served as a Sr. Research Scientist designing next generation technologies for active implantable medical devices and has significant experience in six sigma, lean manufacturing and process validations.





Bob Madigan, Director, Global Sales and Marketing, Pulse Technologies

Bob is Director of Global Sales and Marketing. Combining his mechanical engineering education, technology and genuine love for helping people, Bob has lead Pulse’s growth into new markets and geographies. With an eye for emerging technologies the team has supported customer in new medical spaces like catheter based blood pumps, mitral and tricuspid valve implants and medical diagnostics.

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