Nelson Laboratories On Demand Webinar: The Power of Chemical Characterization to Assess Changes in Your Medical Device

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“Every change will have a different biocompatibility impact depending on the type of variable being introduced or taken away from the medical device.”
– Alexa Tatarian, Nelson Laboratories, Inc. Study Director

Join Nelson Laboratories’ biocompatibility expert Thor Rollins and Study Director Alexa Tatarian for on demand webinar The Power of Chemical Characterization to Assess Changes in Your Medical Device. While initial instinct may compel device manufactures to perform a costly re-test when alterations are made, this webinar highlights chemical characterization, a cost effective limited scope alternative for evaluating the impact of change on the overall biocompatibility of a medical device.  If you are a medical device manufacturer, don’t miss the opportunity to learn more about chemical characterization.

Webinar highlights:

  • Typical changes manufacturers encounter
  • Evaluating the impact of the change in relation to patient safety
  • Testing options available to evaluate changes
  • Case studies

Medical device manufacturers will walk away from this webinar with a better understanding of the opportunity to use chemical characterization to evaluate changes that may occur in their medical device from time to time. Attendees will also be reminded that any change no matter how major or minor requires testing, but that testing can be customized to account for the type of change because not all changes require the same level of testing. WATCH NOW!

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