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Medical Electronics Overview Lei Mercado, Ph.D., PE, MBA Honeywell October 2009. Outline. Medical equipment / device overview Major market trends Important factors that could influence buying decisions Some top needs / challenges and implications. Medical Devices / Equipment Market.

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outline
Outline
  • Medical equipment / device overview
  • Major market trends
  • Important factors that could influence buying decisions
  • Some top needs / challenges and implications
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Medical Devices / Equipment Market

  • $140B medical equipment market
  • Growing at mid-to-high single digit rates
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Electronics Enable Medical Device Diagnostics/Therapy for the whole patient

  • Monitoring & diagnostics: Pressure & Glucose Sensors
  • Cardiac therapy – ICD/CRT
  • Diabetes therapy - Insulin Pumps
  • Neurological therapy – Stimulators and pumps for pain, Parkinson’s, Epilepsy
  • Spinal therapy – sensors
  • Gastro-Urology – GERD, UI
  • Obesity
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Major Market Trends

  • Social:
  • Aging population and co-morbidities
  • Demand and interest in disease management and evidence-based medicine
  • Technological:
  • Continued automation, simplification, and miniaturization
  • Convergence of drugs, devices, diagnostics, biologics
  • Advances in creating and connecting databases
  • Economic:
  • Industry growth and profitability
  • Continued manufacturer consolidations
  • Increased cost of bringing new products to market
  • Political:
  • Greater regulatory scrutiny (pre- and post-launch) at federal and state levels
  • Increasing percentage of GDP spent on healthcare
  • Increasing pressure for cost-containment
  • Industry:
  • Market driven by quality indicators

Source: MD&DI, January 2009 issue, A look into the future of medical devices

electronic components used in medical devices equipment
Electronic Components Used in Medical Devices / Equipment
  • Cables / Connectors
  • Capacitors
  • Electrodes
  • Electromagnetic Components: antennas, coils, transformers
  • Power supplies / Batteries
  • Resistors
  • RF and Microwave Components
  • Semiconductor components: ICs, IC packaging (memory, microcontrollers), Diodes, Transistors, PCB
  • Sensors / Transducers
  • Switches / Relays
  • Thermal Management

Image Sources: Wikipedia

important factors to consider
Important Factors to Consider
  • What does the medical device / equipment do?
    • Diagnostic
    • Disease treatment
    • Monitoring and disease management
    • Life sustaining
  • Where is the device / equipment used?
    • Implanted
    • Hospitals / OR / ER
    • Testing facilities
    • Clinics
    • Patients’ homes
    • Traveling
  • Who are you talking with?
    • Research scientists / Development engineers
    • Quality
    • Operations / Purchasing / SCM / Manufacturing engineers
    • Regulatory, clinical, legal, reimbursement
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Component availability throughout product life cycle

  • Financial stability of the suppliers
  • No unplanned obsolescence
  • Cost pressure
  • Cost competitiveness
  • Recalls, MDRs, liability
  • Reduce medical errors / liability
  • Quality & reliability are essential
  • Increased automation
  • Device self diagnostics and records
  • Miniaturization
  • Increased battery longevity
  • Smaller size and higher integration
  • Reduced power consumption
  • Globalization
  • Global support & competitiveness
  • Data security and patient privacy
  • Freedom and mobility for patients
  • Encryption and data management
  • Wireless, data storage / processing

Top Needs and Challenges

Top Customer Needs/Challenges

Implications