Simulation Best Practices for Developing Medical Devices

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Jim Peters, Chief Simulation Engineer, PADT

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When it comes to wellbeing and life-saving operations, device failure is not an option. The medical device industry leverages simulation to develop disruptive innovation and deliver increasingly advanced treatments. Applying engineering simulation throughout the device development cycle and the regulatory approval process is the only cost-effective way to bring new treatments to patients faster, while meeting safety standards and satisfying time-to-market deadlines. Medical uses for simulation are as diverse as medical specialties. Companies are embracing in silico methods for everything from cardiovascular stents and pacemakers to custom 3D-printed orthopedic implants to smart wearables like insulin pumps. Join PADT's Chief Simulation Engineer and medical device expert Jim Peters for an in-depth look at challenges facing engineers working in this industry, Ansys capabilities that can provide solutions, and examples of outputs expected after implementing simulation. This presentation will focus on the following areas: - Self-expanding Stents - Blood Pumps - Spinal Implants - MRI Safety - Regulatory Compliance - And much more

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