It’s fundamental that our approach to designing effective low volume irrigation solutions supports those healthcare professionals prescribing and teaching the system. But importantly is centred around those that use it.
We set out to create an effective low volume irrigation system with features designed to make it easier to use. It was also essential to make it as discreet as possible. Here’s what healthcare professionals said.
We set out to create an effective low volume irrigation system with features designed to make it easier to use. It was also important to make it as discreet as possible.
agree the cone lubricant was sufficient for insertion
Post market surveillance (PMS) of a product with a healthcare professional (HCP) is central to appraising the components of a product. In addition, it is fundamental to quantify the ease with which an HCP can deliver the educational content and technique of a product to a patient. This in turn ensures that the HCP and MacGregor Healthcare are working and succeeding together by providing high quality benchmarked information. Furthermore, this assists to reinforce claims made at the product launch.
The purpose of this post market evaluation of the Qufora IrriSedo MiniGo/ GoFlex with healthcare professionals (HCP) is to ensure the product meets with the fundamentals of the ‘Clinical Evaluation Report’ and follows the guidelines of Articles 83, 84 and 85 in MDR 2017/745 (Appendix 3). Additionally, PMS can also assist in identifying areas for development and ultimately provide an important basis for product quality improvement. This gives an insight into the needs of the patient and the HCP, which is aligned to the MacGregor Healthcare mission, vision, and values.
Post market surveillance (PMS) of both Qufora IrriSedo MiniGo and MiniGo Flex was undertaken with patients who use them for irrigation. The survey focussed on evaluating the packaging, the performance of the soft pump and cone /cone flex and the flip lid. The overall performance in terms of ease of use (assembling and learning how to use) was also appraised.