This is the first part of a three-part series focused on the changes between ISO 13845:2003 and ISO 13485:2016. The second and third parts of this series will be featured in upcoming issues of Today’s Medical Developments.
Medical grade metals may be difficult to cut, but given the right tooling and cutting fluid, productive machining is within reach.
As medical technology continues to advance and bring life-saving products to market, it requires materials and technologies to meet these demanding applications.
As regulatory bodies enforce more rigorous requirements for post-market surveillance, manufacturers must understand and properly implement them.