Medical Devices

Over the last several years, the term “medical device” has evolved from a term typically used to describe a surgical implant or a pacemaker to a term now commonly used to describe household products like smart watches and even extraordinary concepts like an artificial retina for restoring vision to the blind. In an industry dominated by a handful of giant companies but evolved by thousands of small companies, we at FIG. 1 are well-positioned to provide value regardless of whether you are a Fortune 100 company or an inventor working on a prototype in your garage. Our professionals have medical device industry experience, including executive and management experience, and we have collective technical degrees in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, chemistry/biochemistry, biomedical engineering, molecular biosciences and biotechnology, and biological engineering.

Examples of our experience in medical devices include the following:

  • Radio frequency (RF) medical electrical systems and accessories
  • Medical imaging both in vivo and in vitro
  • Surgical implants – orthopedic, cardiac, ENT, spinal, neurological, ophthalmic, etc.
  • Wireless implant charging
  • Non-invasive physiological measuring – using mobile phones, smart watches, Internet of Things, etc.
  • Non-invasive assays for cancer and other life-threatening conditions and diseases
  • Medical lasers for ablation, therapy, and medical imaging
  • Surgical instrumentation
  • Minimally-invasive assays
  • Ultrasonic frequency (UF) medical electrical systems and accessories
  • Nanobiotechnology as a diagnostic and/or therapy
  • Devices and methods for genetic testing
  • Personalized medicine
  • Nanobiotechnology as an assay