The environmental trade-offs of medical device technology

24 Nov 2021 1min read

Medical devices are becoming increasingly complex, with connected sensors and integrated electronics offering a host of added benefits for data collection and patient adherence. However, as device complexity increases, so too does the carbon footprint of their production.

In an article for International Pharmaceutical Industry (IPI), Brennan Miles, Managing Consultant – Drug Delivery, explores how Life Cycle Assessment can be used to assess the environmental trade-offs of adding connectivity to your medical device.

Read the full article in IPI here: Assessing the environmental trade-offs of medical device technology.

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