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University of Texas

In the Orthopedic Medical Device Design course, 36 students working in teams designed and developed their own spinal implant. Students were guided throughout the 15-week course by Watershed engineers, surgeons and guest lecturers who offered real-world knowledge on the principles required to successfully design orthopedic medical devices and achieving FDA approvals for their implementation.

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The Orthopedic Medical Device Design course incorporates medical device design with proficiencies of working within healthcare requirements and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) compliance. During the course, students utilize traditional manufacturing methods, with a basic introduction to quality control, and adapt them to more advanced manufacturing methods such as additive manufacturing and 3D printing to make life-improving orthopedic devices.

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