Exploring Robust Testing Methods of Medical Device Packaging, Reviewing Updates and Impact of ISO 11607 and EU MDR, Developing Confident Sampling Plans that Meet FDA Expectations, while Incorporating End User Feedback for Medical Device Packaging Design
As medical devices have become increasingly complex, the intricacies of creating secure and compliant packaging has concurrently progressed in order to ensure that the device is not only protected from external contaminants, but secures the devices overall quality while in the supply chain. This can be a hurdle for packaging engineers since inclusive and effective packaging does not always equate an easy to open package, additionally, recent updates to ISO 11607 and the EU MDR present complex testing and operational challenges for medical device packaging engineers. Packaging engineers seek innovative packing materials and out-of-the-box solutions to reduce cost and the amount of packaging, while also ensuring the safety of a medical device. Building on conference knowledge share and success of this annual conference, the 2019 program will showcase industry experts within packaging operations, who as presenters will share experiences and knowledge that will be of great benefit to all attending delegates. Industry leaders will address a range of topics from highlighting sample size considerations, case studies showcasing best practices in a variety of different testing methods and regulatory updates from AAMI, ASTM and the FDA.
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