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kBLASTER Launches a Revolution in 510(k) Predicate Searching(September 24, 2012)
Portland, OR (PRWEB) September 24, 2012
kBLASTER launched a revolutionary search engine that polls the entire contents of all available 510(k) Food and Drug Administration summaries. That makes kBLASTER the best existing tool for performing primary predicate searches quickly and with precision, which ultimately saves time and money during the 510(k) clearance process.
Successful clearance of 510(k) applications hinges on the quality of predicate selection, and kBLASTER is the right tool for the job. This custom-built search engine was designed to thoroughly search 510(k) summary data, which means no more tedious, time consuming line-by-line readings of summary documents. kBLASTER meets the needs of a variety of medical device professionals searching for predicate matches, from regulatory consultants/executives and founders of early-stage companies to legal partners and investors engaged in due diligence.
kBLASTER represents a whole new era of predicate search capability, said Eric Eggers, Founder and CEO of kBLASTER. After a long career mining the 510(k) body of data with the available tools, I realized there had to be a better way. Thats when I teamed up with web developer professionals to build kBLASTER from the ground up. The goal was to create an elegant, simple user interface that had powerful functionalitya truly searchable database. I think we knocked it out of the park on both fronts.
Harness the power of kBLASTER to identify the best primary predicate for your Class II medical device application and further your goal of substantial equivalence. Stop searching and start kBLASTING!
To learn more about kBLASTER, please visit http://www.kblaster.com
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