Orthopaedic Technology Innovation: A Step-by-Step Guide from Concept to Commercialization

Publication Year: 2019

Edition: 1st Ed.

Authors/Editor: Eltorai, Adam; Zdeblick, Thomas A.; Weiss, Arnold-Peter C.

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW)

ISBN: 978-1-49-638436-2

Request Info

Description

Have an idea for a new tool or instrument? This a great resource to use to bring your invention ideas to the bedside!

Written for clinicians, researchers, students, and entrepreneurs, this concise yet comprehensive review presents a clear process to identify, invent, and implement new technology solutions that aid in effective and safe practice in orthopedic surgery.

Key Features:

  • Includes practical advice on how to scope and scale markets, develop ideas within institutions, create business plans, and identify business partners.
  • Written by a team of medical, engineering, and business experts, including executives from the equipment industry.
  • Reflects the medical device industry’s increased globalization and focus on value-conscious healthcare.
  • Features stories of technological developments that have shaped modern orthopaedic surgery practice.
  • Reviews and evaluates emerging technologies, including reasons for success, reasons for failure, and lessons that can be applied to new solutions.

Details

Platform: Ovid
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW)
Product Type: Book
Author/Editor: Eltorai, Adam; Zdeblick, Thomas A.; Weiss, Arnold-Peter C.
ISBN: 978-1-49-638436-2
Specialty:
Biomedical Engineering
Clinical Laboratory Science & Medical Technology
Imaging Technology
Mechanical Engineering & Machines
Orthopedics
Radiology
Language: English
Edition: 1st Ed.
Pages: 351
Year: 2019

Collections

Orthopaedic Technology Innovation: A Step-by-Step Guide from Concept to Commercialization

Resources of the Month

Visible Body Anatomy & Physiology®

Test Drive

Ovid Emcare

 

Test Drive

Professional Case Management


 

Test Drive

Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal

Gideon

Test Drive

Loading