The Medical Device Innovation Initiative Unveils Brain Controlled Prosthetic Limb
By Live Dr - Thu Feb 10, 3:46 pm
Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) and Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) in U.S.A works with a mission that Americans gotta use the advanced harm-free Medical Devices. These Medical Devices which pass through the clutches of FDA are welcomed by the Millions of American patients whose sufferings reduced ,treat previously untreatable conditions, extend lives, and improve public health by the use of it. CDRH makes the move towards making new medical technologies and updating the existing technologies in a easy and a safer way.Also handles the bugs,errors and basic fixes like the cost of the Product related to the Medical Devices.
The Medical Device Innovation Initiative proposes actions CDRH could take to help accelerate and reduce the cost of development and regulatory evaluation of innovative medical devices safely and based on sound science. These actions include:
- Facilitate the development and regulatory evaluation of innovative medical devices;
- Strengthen the U.S. research infrastructure and promote high-quality regulatory science; and
- Prepare for and respond to transformative innovative technologies and scientific breakthroughs.
The links below provide more information on the Medical Device Innovation Initiative. CDRH is seeking public comment on the proposals contained in this report through an open public docket and will be hosting a public meeting to solicit stakeholder feedback at our White Oak, Maryland, campus on March 15, 2011.
The Medical Device Innovation Initiative Unveils Brain Controlled Prosthetic Limb developed by Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics