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By Tomaz Jarm, Peter Kramar, Anze Zupanic

Biomedical engineering brings jointly vibrant minds from various disciplines, starting from engineering, physics, and desktop technological know-how to biology and medication. This booklet includes the complaints of the eleventh Mediterranean convention on clinical and organic Engineering and Computing, MEDICON 2007, held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, June 2007. It gains correct, up to date study within the area.

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I. INTRODUCTION This analysis intends to illustrate how it is possible, starting from a scientific discovery, a proof of principle or a simple idea matured in the academic field, to successfully create and market an industrial product. Basis of such analysis is the hands-on experience gained by the IGEA company, that for over twenty-five years has been designing, manufacturing and marketing electromedical devices. The decision processes described below are used during the development of our products; as an example the focus will be on the experience collected for the development of Cliniporator.

Such solutions may involve the R&D process (updating the product), the manufacturing process and/or the promotional strategy. Any change to product needs to be approved by the Marketing and Sale Department before it is implemented in Products for sale. XIV. CONCLUSIONS The development of a product to be used to treat patients, a biomedical device, is certainly a long and costly process that involves all strategic functions of a company from the very onset of the project. The target and the potential diffusion of the new product have to be clearly identified since the beginning of the process.

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