Ron Stull, CUI
Home medical devices can provide an excellent first line of defense when dealing with health and medical issues, and there is an increased need for at-home care for patients released from hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
The medical technologies used in nonclinical environments range in complexity from simple materials for administering first aid to sophisticated devices for delivering advanced treatment.
Complex at-home electrical medical devices must comply with the stringent IEC 60601-1 safety standards for medical patient protection. They must also adhere to additional requirem…