Considering Human Factors And Training In Medical Device Design

The patient has become the end user when it comes to many types of medical technology, and that trend is likely to continue with the rise of mobile health (mHealth), remote patient monitoring, and other healthcare industry drivers. As a result, the human factor is becoming increasingly important in the design of next-generation medical [...]

Multisensory Training and Smart Devices for Improving Pulmonary Drug Delivery

In this article, Craig Baker, Executive Vice-President, Noble, highlights the importance of device training in the effective treatment of diseases for which inhaler-delivered therapeutics are prescribed. He outlines recent advances in training techniques and the emergence of smart devices with training and error reporting functionality built in. 

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