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Interventional, catheter-based and endoscopic procedures have become standard of care in much of medicine, but these fields continue to represent two of the strongest spaces for medical technology innovation. Some of the most critical devices used in these procedures must transmit energy and data across narrow gauge cable assemblies which must be designed and manufactured to exacting specifications. As manufacturers look to reduce the size of these devices to make them less invasive for patients and easier to use for providers and bring them successfully to market, they face technical and manufacturability challenges related to tighter tolerances that cannot be ignored. But what are the best practices you should consider when faced with these same problems?
The key questions we will be discussing are:
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