From Clinical Innovation to the Market

Choices of a StartUp to Navigate the current Regulations

Fitting a promising innovative technology into solving a relevant clinical problem requires many critical choices to consider early on.

Based on a real-world example in measuring cardiac output in heart patients, Arthur Bouwman, cardio-anaesthesiologist and co-founder of a medical device start-up, and Claus Schaffrath, partner at a medical device consultancy, describe clinical and regulatory choices, and their consequences for bringing a medical device to the market.

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