As energy-driven devices continue to push the envelope, engineers are being asked to do more and more. 

Whether the challenge is incorporating a camera onto a catheter for better visualization during a procedure or finding ways to lower the cost of the whole device while maintaining or increasing performance, engineers have tackled it head on to create the superior medical devices currently being used today. 

However, these challenges and increasing demands have uncovered a need for a new way of approaching the energy-driven medical device development process—a process that considers every piece of the device during design and development. 

In this eBook, we discuss the challenges energy-driven device engineers face during the development process and how they can be overcome with a new approach.