No matter what the challenge is, the design process can make a difference

The design process is what allowed the far-flung team of technologists, healthcare professionals, MIT professors and students to design a ventilator and commence manufacturing within 30 days. The design challenges were immense: The new ventilators needed to be manufactured quickly, use a fraction of the 1,000-plus parts that typically go into such machines and be […]

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Essential v. Non-Essential Surgeries

Our friends at global investment bank Canaccord Genuity report the following statistics on surgeries and visits based from late March surveys:   – Orthopedic/spine surgeons:  a 58% average decline in practice volumes in March and an anticipated 77% average decline in April. – Plastic/aesthetic surgeons:  a 68% decline in practice volumes in March and an […]

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Models Join The Fight Against COVID-19

It sounds like a cheap shot to say, “They call Pulse Medical Demonstration Models,” but in fact they do.  With sales and training meetings being cancelled around the world we’re getting calls to develop medical demonstration models so that business can continue to make forward progress, even if it’s not business as usual.   Hands-on […]

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The Inanimate Object vs The Inanimate Salesforce

  The object on the left you can put on shelf.  The object on the right you can put in front of a patient or a physician. The one on left the will provoke reflection.   The one on the right will enable physicians to understand the impacts and advantages of surgical procedures and or […]

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Medical Demonstration Models Raise The Bar On Clinical Training

Helping medical professionals develop their clinical skills is hard.  Medical device training models make it easier, less expensive, and more effective.     A client at a global med-tech company, someone in the trenches of device marketing and education, recently wrote a recommendation on LinkedIn for Pulse Medical Demonstration Models and highlighted the key features […]

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You can mend a broken heart

But it requires specialized training that is challenging under the best of circumstances. The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery cites a shrinking applicant pool, high attrition rates, an aging thoracic surgery workforce and resident workweeks greater than 80 hours as significant challenges to surgical training. New, potentially life-saving devices can get stopped at the […]

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