Safety requirements for medical devices

Safety requirements for medical devices

Safety requirements for medical devices have been shaped throughout the history of medical devices, gradually becoming more complex and complemented by new items. Medical device manufacturing is a fast-growing industry that offers increasingly sophisticated and innovative solutions based on unique technologies. As devices and equipment become more technologically sophisticated, the evaluation criteria that clinics and…

Australian Register Therapeutic Goods for Medical Devices

Australian Register Therapeutic Goods for Medical Devices

Therapeutic commodities are health-related items. Medical implants may be utilized to treat or prevent disease, change the body’s fluid balance, avoid or detect pregnancies, and replace or remodel parts and structures of the body. Healthcare equipment like stitches and band-aids are examples of therapeutic goods. Additional examples include antiseptics and blood products and supplementary and…

Make use of Usability. How to get it right… and wrong.

In the medical device world, Usability Engineering (IEC62366 The application of Usability Engineering or its 60601 counterpart IEC60601-1-6) is a required tool within the validation of a medical device. Regardless of if it’s, software, active, or IDV, Usability engineering helps us understand how the device (or system) react within a real-world application. It draws from the…