Together, we are Integer™, one of the largest medical device outsource manufacturers in the world. Integer represents the union of Greatbatch™ Inc, Lake Region™ Medical and Electrochem™. We offer comprehensive products and services in medical device outsourcing plus a new dimension in our power solutions capabilities.
The products we manufacture power roughly 100 unique medical devices that touch millions of patients each year. As your collaborative partner and ISO 13485 certified and FDA registered power expert, Integer can navigate the complex chemistries, technologies and supply chain required for an optimized, robust and reliable power solution.
Cardiac Rhythm Management (CRM) & Neuromodulation's product category offers a comprehensive breadth of technologies and capabilities. Our complete spectrum of design, development and manufacturing expertise ensures that our customer receives superior quality in an efficient, cost-effective and repeatable manner.
Cardio & Vascular offers a full range of products and services from our global facilities for the development of diagnostic and interventional cardiac and endovascular devices. Our comprehensive design and development services produce components, subassemblies and finished devices for a range of cardiac and endovascular procedures.
Our superior power solutions enable the success and advancement of our customers’ critical non-medical applications. Whether our custom battery packs are used to monitor potential environmental catastrophes, support troops on the battle field or explore geologic formations below the earth’s surface, one thing is constant - failure is not an option.
Our broad capabilities allow you to focus essential resources on core products, while we manage each step of the product continuum. Partnering with Integer™ equals reliable engineering, superior manufacturing quality, advanced clinical expertise and vertically integrated supply chain that lead to finished medical and non-medical solutions.
Posted on 10/2018
Medtech Feature Story
Integer’s Paul McCormick writes in Medical Design & Outsourcing‘s Medical Device Handbook about how outsourcing complex electrophysiology (EP) electrode assemblies allows device manufacturers to maintain their focus on high-value initiatives.
“Automated electrode welding processes have become a more effective way to produce higher electrode densities,” says Paul. “Compared to manual resistance welding, automated laser welding can provide higher-quality electrode and wire assemblies and greater precision and manufacturing efficiency, delivering more reliable EP catheter performance.
“The automated laser welding process also boosts manufacturing efficiency. In development, it strengthens reliability by minimizing the number of variables to investigate, evaluate and troubleshoot during the design process. Automated quality control also minimizes the potential for waste and product failures downstream in the supply chain – in the testing of spline assemblies or finished EP mapping catheters – where the cost of repairing poor quality is greater.”
Paul is a senior research and development engineer for Cardio & Vascular’s (C&V) R&D team.
Read the full story on How automated laser welding outperforms conventional welding
Posted on 03/2016
In a recent story on Cardiac Rhythm Management technologies, Medical Product Outsourcing spoke to se
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