Biomedical device innovation methodology: applications in biophotonics.

  title={Biomedical device innovation methodology: applications in biophotonics.},
  author={Daniel M Beswick and Arjun Kaushik and Dylan Beinart and Sarah McGarry and Ming Khoon Yew and Brendan Kennedy and Peter Luke Santa Maria},
  journal={Journal of biomedical optics},
  volume={23 2},
The process of medical device innovation involves an iterative method that focuses on designing innovative, device-oriented solutions that address unmet clinical needs. This process has been applied to the field of biophotonics with many notable successes. Device innovation begins with identifying an unmet clinical need and evaluating this need through a variety of lenses, including currently existing solutions for the need, stakeholders who are interested in the need, and the market that will… CONTINUE READING
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