Develop innovative and durable implants that conform with a patient’s physiology and that comply with MRI compatibility requirements.
Modeling and simulation are proven ways to address the high and unsustainable costs and time required for design and regulatory approval of increasingly complex healthcare solutions. This in silico approach maximizes patient safety while making healthcare more affordable.
With a patient’s well-being and even life at stake, product failure is not an option. Realizing the benefits of in silico medicine by applying engineering simulation throughout development and the regulatory approval process, accelerates innovation, reduces cost and shortens time to market while meeting safety standards and product deadlines.
The adoption of in silico methods is pervasive across all healthcare sectors. Engineering simulation is used during discovery and ideation, invention and prototyping, pre-clinical, clinical, and regulatory decision-making.
For modern connected devices, such as wearable insulin pumps, in silico methods help designers optimize catheters, needles, embedded software and insulin absorption.
Modeling and simulation have also been adopted to optimize orthopedic and cardiovascular implants, respiratory devices, hospital equipment and drug manufacturing and delivery.