Newsletter | June 11, 2020

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E-Book: Package Inspection Considerations For Class III Medical Devices

Class III medical devices have a unique set of requirements and package characteristics that need a comprehensive approach to selecting the right inspection method. This e-book covers a variety of inspection methods and benefits and downfalls for each one.

Why Extruded Tubes May Be Your Best Medical Device Packaging Option

Protecting your valuable medical products is of the utmost importance, but it often comes with a hefty price tag and unforeseen challenges. Rigid extruded tubes (ExT) can offer an affordable, customizable, durable, reusable, and sterilizable packaging option for your medical product.

Guidance For Lab Washer Cleaning In Life Sciences

The principal concern for any scientist or technician working in the laboratory is that glassware, instruments, and equipment be free of interfering residues.

Cutting Production Costs Without Sacrificing Quality

Medtechs that have pursued foreign markets are having success in terms of both production costs and product quality. The key is finding the right partners to assist in the venture. This article discusses examples of medical device companies who have expanded their markets worldwide.

Managing Risk In Medical Connectors

This paper will help to educate designers and manufacturers of medical devices who integrate electrical connectors into their design on some recent changes made by the FDA and the implications of the new regulations.

Trimmer Capacitor Considerations In Practice

Trimmer capacitors are variable components used to calibrate RF circuits during manufacturing or servicing. These components allow for variable tuning—think oscillator frequency values or rise and fall times. Should values drift over the life of the device, trimmer capacitors can be recalibrated.

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