Design, Development of an Automated Hipot and Continuity tester for Novel Catheter

A novel medical device is designed and built by the partner organization. The medical device must go under certain safety tests during the manufacturing process, which are currently performed manually. However, manual tests are too time consuming due to the special structure of the device. On the other hand, the device is now being approved to be used in in Europe and will start a controlled Clinical study in the USA under a PMA filling. Because of this, the partner organization wants the intern to undertake a research project whose objective is to decrees the testing time of the device. The main benefit to the company is that the total production time is going to be decreased, enabling the company to make the supply meet the high demand in the future.

Faculty Supervisor:

Dennis Giannacopoulos


Amir Akbari


Agile MV


Engineering - computer / electrical


Professional, scientific and technical services


McGill University



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