Visit Nelson Laboratories at OMTEC 2014

Nelson Laboratories will be exhibiting at the OMTEC 2014 show, June 11-12, 2014, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Burst-TestCenter (Chicago) in booth #812.

Presentation: Sterile Barrier Packaging: Common Causes of Failures and How to Correct Them 

During the two-day conference and showcase Wendy Mach, Packaging Section Leader at Nelson Laboratories, will be presenting in the Knowledge Center on Sterile Barrier Packaging: Common Causes of Failures and How to Correct Them on Wednesday June 11th from 1:30- 3:30 pm.

This presentation will provide a brief overview of the types of tests that are available to validate a Sterile Barrier System. Though it is not expected, failures can happen while performing these tests. The presentation will take a look at common failures within these tests, provide some understanding behind why they happen, and suggest ways to correct and avoid them.

Nelson Laboratories will have technical representatives available in their booth ready to assist orthopedic device manufacturers with any questions about testing their devices and packaging.

Discussions may include:

– Validating the manufacturing residue cleanliness for orthopedic devices
– Biocompatibility testing for medical devices
– Reusable device sterilization and cleaning validations for medical devices
– Packaging validations
– Lot release testing
– And more

Don’t forget to stop by booth #812 to speak with Nelson representatives.


Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
5555 North River Road, Chicago, IL 60018
Booth #812

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