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A Primer on Engineering Design of Biomedical Devices By Carl Nelson
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This is an introductory textbook aimed at senior undergraduates and graduate students. It covers understanding and modeling the bio-environment, choosing biomaterials, and design methodology for... More > creating biomedical devices and products. The second edition incorporates numerous minor corrections, changes, and clarifications, as well as expanded content.< Less
Osteosynthesis Devices Market Size and Share Analysis Report, 2018 to 2024 By Sherry James
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The global osteosynthesis devices market size was valued at USD 5.5 billion in 2015. The market growth is driven by the rise in cases of osteoporosis in the growing elderly population worldwide.... More > Osteosynthesis devices in the form of specifically designed metal plates, screws, and nails are used to scientifically repair the bone through inter-fragmental compression and achieve fracture union.< Less
Engineering: Cool Women Who Design By Vicki V. May
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What types of robots will the future bring? How do biomedical devices help patients? In Engineering: Cool Women Who Design, readers ages 9 to 12 meet three women who are working hard in the... More > engineering field. Amy Kerdok designs medical and surgical devices. Anna Stork cofounded LuminAID Lab, a company that produces solar lighting products for the developing world and beyond. Elsa Garmire has designed many devices that use lasers and light. Engineering combines high-interest content with links to online primary sources and essential questions that further expand children’s knowledge and understanding of a topic they come in contact with every day. The Girls in Science series supply a bridge between girls’ interests and their potential futures by investigating careers and introducing women who have succeeded in science. Compelling stories of real-life engineers provide readers with role models that they can look toward as examples of how it can be done. Guided Reading Level: U< Less
Surgilum By Debbie Brown
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Surgilūm is a design and development company specializing in medical products. We are a company by surgeons, for surgeons specializing in first class medical device products. Our two products... More > include the RoboMarker and the Photon Speculum. Visit our website at www.surgilum.com for more information or call us at (910)-202-2202< Less
Quality Innovation: A QFD approach By Frede Jensen
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The book is for anyone developing quality and innovation. It presents a Quality Function Deployment (QFD) approach for the successful product and process design in manufacturing, service and any... More > other kind of private or public organisation. The book is organised into three parts, where the first gets concisely into QFD. The latter parts add depth and width to the approach, with an indispensable collection of associated design tools and strategy concepts. The appendix walks through three start-to-finish case studies. QFD provides a sound understanding of what should naturally occur in a development project. The team-based approach prioritises customer-centric quality and innovation requirements, within market and organisation reality. The defined requirements are systematically transformed into a corresponding quality-by-design product, where the degree of innovation is adjustable. The approach is adaptable, scalable and can be shorthanded to circumstances.< Less
College of Science and Engineering: The Institute of Technology Years (1935-2010) By Thomas J. Misa & Robert W. Seidel
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“I was fortunate in having an instructor at the University of Minnesota who was looking after me,” recalled one electrical engineering graduate of 1949. “When I said,... More > ‘What’s next?’ he said, ‘If I were you, I’d just go down the street here to Engineering Research Associates, and I’d think you’d like what they’re doing there’.” That was Seymour Cray, and his computer designs helped create a notable computer industry in the Twin Cities. Another Minnesota graduate, Earl Bakken (class of 1948), founded Medtronic and the core of a nationally renowned medical devices industry. For 75 years the Institute of Technology, now the College of Science and Engineering, has pioneered in research, innovation, and technology transfer to Minnesota and the world. The people behind this unique institution are revealed in this concise illustrated history, prepared by its own team of professional historians.< Less
College of Science and Engineering: The Institute of Technology Years (1935-2010) [soft2] By Thomas J. Misa & Robert W. Seidel
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“I was fortunate in having an instructor at the University of Minnesota who was looking after me,” recalled one electrical engineering graduate of 1949. “When I said,... More > ‘What’s next?’ he said, ‘If I were you, I’d just go down the street here to Engineering Research Associates, and I’d think you’d like what they’re doing there’.” That was Seymour Cray, and his computer designs helped create a notable computer industry in the Twin Cities. Another Minnesota graduate, Earl Bakken (class of 1948), founded Medtronic and the core of a nationally renowned medical devices industry. For 75 years the Institute of Technology, now the College of Science and Engineering, has pioneered in research, innovation, and technology transfer to Minnesota and the world. The people behind this unique institution are revealed in this concise illustrated history, prepared by its own team of professional historians.< Less

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