If a drug delivery device fails a design verification test, the consequences can be far-reaching. For example, if the volume of drug being delivered does not meet the specifications, it could put patients at risk, as they would receive insufficient medication. If the device does not work as intended and the root cause of the problem is unknown, everything has to be put on hold. If commercialization was imminent, that means lost revenue for the pharma company. And it could mean delays in receiving a particular drug for patients.
In this article, explore how to eliminate design verification failure for your next device.