Medical Device Prototyping
One of the medical device development tools that supports the iterative nature of the process is medical device prototyping. A prototype is a version of your medical device that allows you to review and investigate the design. The question you’re answering defines what medical device prototyping is needed and how much effort medical device prototype development requires.
In medical device prototyping it is important to always use the simplest version of the product with which the most can be learned. During the early stages of the medical device development process, you might learn more from a sketch that allows users to envision the product than from a physical prototype for mechanical evaluation. However, when nearing the finale of your medical device development timelines, the more closely your medical device prototype resembles the final product, the more you learn about it.
Whatever stage of the medical device design process, BAAT understands what questions need answering, and how to use medical prototype development to answer them effectively.