PLEASE NOTE, This webinar will only be presented in Chinese
Presented by Trinseo, live on Wednesday, 26 July from 3:00 – 4:00pm (Beijing Time)
Join us as we discuss the importance of medical grade plastic material compliance in end-product safety.
Medical devices are required to be compliant to a series of stringent regulations and selecting the right plastic material is the first step to achieving product safety. In this webinar, we will provide an overview of quality control systems and medical material production and introduce why they are essential for end-product safety. In addition, the following manufacturing systems will be discussed:
– ISO 13485
– ISO 10993 (USP VI)
Join us for insights into how you can improve your chances of medical device application compliance by selecting the appropriate materials upfront. Lastly, hear about the materials that have been developed to satisfy customer needs.
盛禧奥将于7月26日下午3:00 – 4:00（北京时间）进行即时网络研讨会，探讨医疗级塑料的合规性对终端产品安全起到的关键作用。
– ISO 13485
– ISO 10993（USP VI）
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Medical Device Safety Starts with Stringent Material Compliance 医疗产品安全来自严格的材料法规管理
Senior Performance Plastics Development Engineer
Having worked in the plastics industry for over 10 years now, Amy has a thorough understanding of the regulatory requirements for medical devices, and the correlation between raw material and medical devices.
Amy’s current role at Trinseo is product development and customer communication on medical plastics for local medical devices manufacturers in the Asia Pacific region. These medical devices include fluid/drug delivery, surgical devices, renal care, monitoring equipment, as well as portable devices and diabetes management. She is a member of the project team on Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) and she also supports material formulation design at Trinseo to meet biocompatibility and safety regulations. She has been working with a number of key medical device manufacturers in China by recommending plastic grades that meet their specific regulatory needs.
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