Turn-key System Design from Initial Concept through Volume Manufacturing
Our best in class Human Factors services help you optimize the usability and use-safety of your products and maintain compliance with latest US and OUS standards and guidance.
Design and Development
From early concept development and ideation, through detailed design and prototyping, developing custom engineered instruments and consumables is Tensentric’s core competency.
Tensentric can carry our designs into manufacturing of finished products. In our dedicated manufacturing faciltiy, we focus on high level assembly of highly complex systems during NPI and ramp-to-volume.
Focused on Clients Working to Improve Clinical Outcomes
As medical device consumables become more complex, so does manufacturing them. Sterilization is becoming an increasing concern in the industry. To ensure the proper sterilization is in place, there are four key considerations during development: Balance of device functionality and bioburden elimination: Different sterilization methods have different degradation effects on materials making it important to […]
Medical devices and IVD systems are developed with the purpose of assisting health care providers diagnose and treat patients to overcome sickness or disease to, in the end, improve their quality of life. Therefore, it is essential that medical devices and IVD systems be designed as safe and effective for the intended users, uses and […]
Are you ready for the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments waiver? With the large market for laboratory devices growing fast, the benefits of designing for the waiver are even more important for better and faster patient care. For manufacturers, it vastly broadens the potential market to include non-lab and non-hospital clinics, urgent care centers, medical facilities […]
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