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by Stefanos Zenios,Josh Makower,Paul Yock,Todd J. Brinton,Uday N. Kumar,Lyn Denend,Thomas M. Krummel

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ISBN:
0521517427
Author:
Stefanos Zenios,Josh Makower,Paul Yock,Todd J. Brinton,Uday N. Kumar,Lyn Denend,Thomas M. Krummel
Category:
Engineering
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English
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (September 25, 2009)
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806 pages
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by Paul G. Yock (Author), Stefanos Zenios (Author), Josh Makower (Author), Todd J. Brinton (Author), Uday N. .this book on biodesign will be invaluable for any inventor or entrepreneur.

by Paul G. Kumar (Author), F. T. Jay Watkins (Author), Lyn Denend (Author), Thomas M. Krummel (Author), Christine Q. Kurihara (Author) & 6 more. ISBN-13: 978-1107087354 this book on biodesign will be invaluable for any inventor or entrepreneur.

Josh Makower is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of ExploraMed, a.Over the last 14 years, Dr. Krummel has pioneered the application of technology to simulation-based surgical training and surgical robotics.

Josh Makower is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of ExploraMed, a medical device incubator. Paul Yock is the Director of the Stanford Biodesign Program and the founding Co-Chair of the Department of Bioengineering at Stanford University.

Lyn Denend is the Associate Director for Curriculum of the Biodesign Program at Stanford University, responsible .

Lyn Denend is the Associate Director for Curriculum of the Biodesign Program at Stanford University, responsible for the development of written and multimedia curricular materials to support Biodesign courses and initiatives.

Recognize market opportunities, master the design process, and develop business acumen with this 'how-to' guide to medical technology innovation.

By Stefanos Zenios, Josh Makower, Paul Yock, Todd J Brinton, Uday N. Kumar, Lyn Denend, Thomas M.Biodesign is a handbook for medical device entrepreneurs based upon the key premise that innovation is a process and skill that can be learned

By Stefanos Zenios, Josh Makower, Paul Yock, Todd J Brinton, Uday N. Krummel. Biodesign is a handbook for medical device entrepreneurs based upon the key premise that innovation is a process and skill that can be learned. Furthermore, the key to medical device innovation is getting the clinical need in correct focus. This book will walk the student through the innovation process from how to properly define the clinical need all the way through getting the company funded and developing a quality product. Important topics like the FDA regulatory process, patents, ethics, quality and manufacturing are addressed.

This step-by-step guide to medical technology innovation, now in full color, has been rewritten to reflect recent .

This step-by-step guide to medical technology innovation, now in full color, has been rewritten to reflect recent trends of industry globalization and value-conscious healthcare.

9781107087354 -Biodesign Process Innovating Medical Technologies 2e Paul G. Yock. Christine Q. Kurihara, Todd J. Brinton, Paul G. Yock, Stefanos Zenios, Thomas M. Krummel, Josh Makower, F. Jay Watkins, Lyn Denend, Uday N. Kumar. Place of Publication.

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Stefanos Zenios, Josh Makower, Paul Yock, Todd J. Brinton, Uday N. Krummel and Christine Kurihara (ed. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2009, hardback, 778pp. Gerard Piel, once publisher of Scientific American magazine, said that it might be good if there were complaints about too few articles in a given field (Gerard Piel, private communication to R. (then a high-school senior) at a Phillips Andover Board of Trustees luncheon). This would mean that the magazine introduced readers to the full breadth of science

Recognize market opportunities, master the design process, and develop business acumen with this 'how-to' guide to medical technology innovation. A three-step, proven approach to the biodesign innovation process - identify, invent, implement - provides a practical formula for innovation. The experiences of hundreds of innovators and companies, in the form of case studies, quotes and practical advice, offer a realistic, action-orientated roadmap for successful biodesign innovation. Real-world examples, end-of-chapter projects, and Getting Started sections guide the reader through each of the key stages of the process and provide a template to create their own new medical devices. Addressing common medical, engineering, and business challenges to develop well-rounded expertise, this book is the complete package for any biodesign entrepreneur. The text is supported by valuable resources, including up-to-date industry changes: found at ebiodesign.org.
  • Eng.Men
It's very comprehensive and detailed in a well-structured presentation of the process of introducing a biomedical product or process into the market place. It's solidly based on the real-life experience of one of the authors, Josh Makower, a Successful serial entrepreneur. It also includes examples from the classroom at Stanford, where this book is used as the textbook for the senior design class. Important concepts are often illustrated with real cases from the field. Plenty of references help the readers dig deeper. It's not suitable for casual reading or for someone who just wants to get a quicky on selling an invention, but is excellent for entrepreneurs who are considering getting into the field and senior students who are training for an entrepreneurial career.
  • Shou
A little too formulaic for many of the processes, and then it will completely brush over some complex processes that probably need more information. All together, the best available textbook on how to go from need identification all the way to business concept and beyond. I'd highly recommend pairing this with The Startup Owners Manual and Business Model Generation. Both books are the go-to textbooks for startup generation at the moment.
  • Enone
This is the best printed resource for helping physicians and entrepreneurs invent, prove & commercialize new medical technologies. Creating medical innovations which make it all the way through clinical proof and as successful products are the greatest contributions we can have beyond our own hands. However, the process is complex and products are often commercial failures even when they are effective. This book helps to explain why.

I run Innovation Grand Rounds, a forum for medical innovation among MIT, Harvard Medical School, MGH and other teaching hospitals, hosted by the Center for Integration of Medicine & Innovative Technologies (CIMIT). My AccelMed blog also provides information and case studies on medical device invention & commercialization [...]
Kudos to the authors for compiling practical advice across the entire lifecycle, from validating the clinical need, to early prototyping, to navigating clinical & regulatory roadmaps. It will be a standard text for medical school and biomedical engineering programs focused on innovation.
  • Clandratha
This is a great text to give an overview of the entire medical device development with the unusual emphasis on identifying and defining unmet clinical needs. It has been a work in progress for many years and has been validated many times over. A must have for every medical device entrepreneur.
  • Celen
Excellent resource for students and professionals looking to develop medical devices.
  • WtePSeLNaGAyko
Incredibly insightful on many subjects. A great read with many dogeared pages on my desk.
  • Shem
This is the most comprehensive text I've found in the area of medical device development. I'm often approached by surgeons who are interested in inventing medical devices, and they often lack the business acumen and intellectual property knowledge to make the best decisions. Now I have a resource to direct them to so they protect their interests and drive their inventions to commercialization themselves, without having to rely on someone at a large corporation to give their invention a go/nogo.
This is a book that compiles the most up-to-date and relevant knowledge, gained by real experience, on how to innovate medical devices, by luminaries in the medical device field. This book will save you many multiples of the purchase price in its leading edge insights, and avoided trial-and-error. Ted Kucklick, author, The Medical Device R&D Handbook