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Learn about how analytical and mechanical characterization enables the development, manufacture and failure analysis of medical devices. Medical devices are categorized as electrically driven devices used for patient monitoring or polymer-based implantable devices or supply delivery items (such as bags or tubes). Analytical insight is critical for efficient raw material qualification, reverse engineering, residue identification and material failure analysis in devices created for this high performance segment.
This webinar defines classes of medical devices and provide illustrative examples which show how analytical and mechanical testing and problem-solving play key roles from initial product development through manufacturing and field failure. Join Paula McDaniel, PhD, Director of Business Development for Intertek Chemical & Pharmaceuticals Advanced Materials testing, for a review of the role analytical and mechanical testing can provide developers in this arena.
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