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Medical Device Design


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NK Labs has designed early-stage concept prototypes for new, innovative medical devices. We have experience in wearable medical sensors, medical imaging, surgical tools, and implants. Our prototypes are typically used for preclinical studies, to prove out basic technical feasibility for a new concept. We have clinician contacts at Harvard Medical School, The Brigham, MGH, Boston Children’s Hospital, Mass Eye & Ear, and MD Anderson, as well as other medical research hospitals.



  • Wearable and wireless medical sensors

  • Medical imaging

  • Magnet design

  • Radiation physics

  • Mobile healthcare

  • Transmission of power and data through the skin

  • Mechanical surgical tools, handheld surgical devices

  • Catheters

  • Hermetically sealed electrical enclosures/capsules (laser welding, feed thru, etc)

  • Bio-compatible insulators, conductors, and other implantable materials

  • Parylene-C and silicone coatings, biocompatible epoxy headers

  • Alumina and zirconia ceramic insulators, Pt/Ir contacts

  • Implantable connectors

  • Osseointegration

  • Neurostimulation electrodes

  • Blood and saline flow in small channels (including CFD)

  • Peristaltic pumps and valves

We can help with your project.

surgical device

Surgeons using a mechanical surgical tool designed by NK Labs Engineer, Ira Spool.


Additional Information

NK Labs offers electrical, mechanical, and software engineering servicess and can serve as a one-stop shop for any technical project.

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