Newsletter | June 3, 2021

06.03.21 -- The One Trait A Medtech QA/RA Professional Can't Succeed Without

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How Medical Devices Are Making Big Strides In Miniaturization

In this paper, Lindsay Mann, director of marketing for MTD Micro Molding, tells MD+DI that about 25 percent of the micro medical device components they produce are for miniaturized devices. This article also gives an update on miniaturization, including recent advancements in materials and manufacturing.

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.

Why Use A Medical-Grade Silicone For Your Component?

Using medical-grade silicone offers a number of benefits for medical components, including meeting FDA regulations, superior gas permeability, excellent bonding and overmolding capabilities, as well as high flexibility and tear resistance. 

Moisture And Oxygen Risk In The Medical Device Industry

The majority of medical device packaging is porous in nature. Some medical devices require a different layer of defense protecting against oxygen or moisture ingress. Any time a foil barrier comes into play with a high-risk application, detection of microleaks is absolutely critical to assuring the shelf-life of the products.

When Reliability Is Paramount: Selecting Capacitors For Life-Critical Applications

This white paper explores regulation, testing procedures, and supplier considerations to assist in choosing the best components for each medical application. 

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