Application of Usability Engineering for legacy medical devices

| January 16, 2017

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Nowadays, the interaction between people and medical devices are comparatively increasing and devices may be used for the purpose of observation or to treat the patients. It is important that we understand the relationship between human and machine, which plays a critical role in the Usability of medical devices.

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