With global aging populations putting pressure on healthcare systems and a rise in chronic diseases increasing demand for at home healthcare, the medical device market is set to continue growing. This growth will be more noticeable as the market rebounds from a slowdown during the COVID pandemic. Pressure is therefore on designers and manufacturers to bring medical devices to market even more quickly to meet this need.
Pumps play an integral role in medical devices, but there are so many different pumps, what should designers prioritize when selecting the best pump for their device?
In this 45-minute Webinar, experts share their knowledge and experience of the most important considerations for choosing pumps for medical applications and accelerating time to market.
- The advantages of peristaltic technology
- How customization can improve functionality
- Why you should work with a pump expert from the start of the design process
- Quality assurance and regulatory compliance
An audience Q&A follows the technical presentation.
Susanna Hellgren, Manager Director, Alitea, Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
Susanna Hellgren is the Managing Director at Alitea, part of Watson-Marlow in Sweden, leading the Stockholm supply site. Susanna has more than 20 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry with extensive business knowledge, including manufacturing excellence in the supply chain, launching new products, and leadership in large organizations. Her expertise uses leadership, manufacturing and supply excellence, and a great passion for understanding customer needs and collaborating across the business to bring products to market. She is a Chemical Engineer from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and has a post degree in supply chain professionalism from Warwick University in the U.K.
Rodd Turnquist, National Sales Manager U.S., OEM Division, Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
Rodd Turnquist is the National Sales Manager for the OEM Life Sciences division. He has more than 25 years’ experience in technical sales and sales management roles, focusing on the medical device and biopharmaceutical sector. His expertise uses knowledge of pumps, drive systems, and custom engineered products to help customers bring products to market as well as the regulatory services and supply chain that supports production. He holds a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Niklas Öberg, OEM Engineering Manager, Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
Niklas Öberg is the OEM Sales Support Manager at Watson-Marlow. He has extensive experience in customer adoptions, engineering, project management, and business development. Before joining Watson-Marlow, he worked as an engineering manager responsible for air assembly tools. Niklas has more than 25 years’ experience in research and development in a field ranging from mining drill rigs, high-speed presses, and special tightening solutions for the motor vehicle industry. He holds a master of science degree in mechanical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
Sherrie Trigg, Editor, SAE Media Group