Our work in area is unique in that we are able to complement ethnography studies by bring technology and instrumentation into simulated surgery settings (cadaver or animal) to improve quantification of biomechanical design inputs for device design.
Mechanism of Action Research & Tissue-Device Interaction
DII designs and implements complex mechanism of action research projects in a cost and time effective fashion to help clients develop novel Indications for Use (IFU’s) for labeling, as well shape marketing selling points for its clients to provide significant competitive advantage.DII has numerous success stories to its credit in this area of client services.
Program Technology Strategies
Corporations, VC firms, and startup companies hire DII to help their product development teams formulate design development plans that have a deep technology based mechanism of action component. We contribute as a third party expert in guiding the team in the product development planning process
Uterine artery tensile forces during hysterectomy
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