This is the last in a 3-part blog series on medical device design control. In the first post we talked about the basics
followed by design inputs and outputs
. We’ve also combined all three posts into one easy-to-read PDF, plus added some extras. Download it here.
Congratulations. You’ve created all of your design inputs, defined the outputs, and conducted design verification. Your design is complete and you are ready for production. Now it’s time to make sure those design outputs are correctly translated into written production specifications.… » Read more
Earlier (in a previous post) we addressed the importance and necessity of design control planning. Now let’s talk about the specific design inputs that need to be defined and tracked.… » Read more
Coding changes. Materials substitution. Design refinements. UX improvements. Manufacturing changes.
Medical devices, like all products and software, are constantly evolving. Yet, due to the nature of medical devices and their impact on personal health and safety, the entire product life cycle of a device must be carefully documented.… » Read more