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Webinar on Medical Devices Designing with Cleanliness in Mind

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Website https://compliancetrainings.com/product/medical-devices-designing-with-cleanliness-in-mind-9/ | Edit Freely

Category Clinical & Laboratory, FDA Compliance, Food, Drugs & Biologics, Information Technology, Medical Devices

Deadline: January 31, 2017 | Date: January 31, 2017

Venue/Country: Online, Canada

Updated: 2016-12-19 22:33:41 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Cleanliness is a hot topic in the medical device industry. The FDA expects medical device companies to validate the cleanliness of their devices. One of the best ways to achieve a clean device is by designing it with cleanliness in mind.

This 60 minutes webinar will provide in-depth and valuable guidance to medical device manufacturers on design considerations for both single-use and re-usable devices. There are certain design elements that are more difficult to clean and should be avoided whenever possible. With the “right” design, both the manufacturing and cleaning processes can be simplified.

Areas Covered in the Session :

Design Requirements

Single-Use Design Considerations

Re-usable Design Considerations

Design Elements to Avoid/Minimize

Simplifying the Manufacturing Process

Simplifying the Cleaning Process

Who Will Benefit:

QA/QC managers and personnel

Validation managers and personnel

R&D and Engineering

Manufacturers of Implantable Medical Devices

Manufacturers of Single-Use Medical Devices

Manufacturers of Reprocessed/Reusable Medical Devices


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