From prototype to patient life: connecting functional attributes with emotional benefits

This paper explores personal medical devices, such as insulin pens, inhalers and auto-injectors, and the obstacles they need to overcome in order to be successfully implemented.

Personal medical devices, such as auto-injectors for biologics, insulin pens and inhalers, are engineered to allow patients to autonomously deliver their own care. Given their high level of patient involvement, if they are to be successful, these dev

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