Navigation Links
Nelson Laboratories to Offer Free Biocompatibility Consultations During BIOMEDevice San Jose
Date:11/19/2013

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Nelson Laboratories (www.nelsonlabs.com) will offer free biocompatibility consultations in its booth (#321) during BIOMEDevice in San Jose, CA Dec. 4-5, 2013 with expert Thor Rollins, biocompatibility specialist. Those interested in a consultation should register at Marketing@NelsonLabs.com.

(Logo:  http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120727/LA47745LOGO)

Rollins will also present, "Selection, Testing and Validation of Medical Devices According to ISO 10993," from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Dec. 5. The presentation is free, but participants should register at http://www.canontradeshows.com/expo/biomed13/conf_Nelson_form.html

"During the presentation, we will discuss materials that can have an impact on test results, which specific tests to use, and how to confirm test results," said Rollins. "For those who want to dig a little deeper, we will also be conducting free biocompatibility consultations."

During the consultations, participants can go over any biocompatibility topic they wish with Rollins. Some suggested topics may include:

  • Setting up a biocompatibility test plan
  • What happens if you fail a biocompatibility test
  • Materials characterization testing
  • ISO updates/changes
  • Materials justifications

Rollins' presentation will cover:

ISO 10933 Test Requirements and how Materials Could Impact Biocompatibility Testing:

  • An overview of the most common biocompatibility tests and what materials could impact the results
  • How FDA and other regulatory agencies will interpret your results or test selection
  • How the new FA Draft Guidance might impact your future testing
  • How to categorize you device according to ISO 10993

Materials Characterization for Medical Devices per ISO 10993-17,18:

  • The correct way to extract your device to look for extractables and leachables
  • What tests to run to identify and quantify the compounds
  • How to determine the potential toxicological impact of the compounds

What To Do If You Fail A Compatibility Test:

  • How to confirm the result
  • How to trouble shoot and ways to improve you device
  • How to justify a failure

About Nelson Laboratories

Nelson Laboratories is a leading provider of full, life-cycle microbiology testing services. We are known for exceptional quality, but we look beyond the testing process and partner with you to achieve your long-term business goals. It's what we call The Science of Success™. Learn how we can help move your products to market quickly and safely. Visit www.nelsonlabs.com.

Contact:
Cory Maloy
Snapp Conner PR
801-319-7900
cory@snappconner.com


'/>"/>
SOURCE Nelson Laboratories
Copyright©2012 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Related biology news :

1. 2012 ACMG Foundation/Signature Genomic Laboratories Travel Award winner announced
2. Millennium Laboratories Launches New Assay to Detect Use of Kratom
3. FDA Grants Meridian Laboratories Pre-Ind Meeting for Captisol-Enabled Docetaxel in the Treatment of Cancer
4. The Human Frontier Science Program selects new heads of start-up laboratories
5. Shared Medical Resources, LLC files suit against Histologics, LLC, Womens Health Laboratories and Avero Diagnostics for Willful Patent Infringement
6. New report reviews science and engineering quality at national security laboratories
7. IU biologists offer clearer picture of how protein machine systems tweak gene expression
8. LABS, Inc. Launches Suite of Next-Generation Test Offerings; Focuses on Expanding Complex Biologic Testing Portfolio in 2012
9. Discovery offers insight into treating viral stomach flu
10. Genetic abnormality offers diagnostic hope for childrens cancer
11. M2SYS Technology Partners with Hitachi to Offer Innovative Biometric Finger Vein Scanner to US Market
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:2/8/2017)... Inc. (NASDAQ: AWRE ), a leading supplier of ... quarter and year ended December 31, 2016. ... compared to $6.9 million in the same quarter last year. ... million compared to $2.6 million in the fourth quarter of ... $0.5 million, or $0.02 per diluted share, which compares to ...
(Date:2/7/2017)... , Feb. 7, 2017   MedNet Solutions ... the entire spectrum of clinical research, is pleased to ... , its innovative, highly flexible and award winning ... customers. iMedNet is a proven Software-as-a-Service ... Electronic Data Capture (EDC), but also delivers an entire ...
(Date:2/3/2017)... 3, 2017  Texas Biomedical Research Institute announced that its ... Schlesinger as the Institute,s new President and CEO. Dr. ... 31, 2017. He is currently the Chair of the Department ... for Microbial Interface Biology at Ohio State University. ... President and CEO of Texas Biomed," said Dr. James ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):
(Date:2/23/2017)... 23, 2017  MIODx announced today that it ... immunotherapy technologies from the University of California, San ... to monitor a patient for response to immune ... The second license extends the technology with a ... to have an immune-related adverse event (IRAE) from ...
(Date:2/23/2017)... upscale Capitol Hill neighborhood, with its swanky shops, parks and cafés, ... treatment salon to set up shop. But there,s Hair ... bistro on E Madison Ave, and CEO Maria Botham ... clinic, we pride ourselves on being a destination for parents ... stigma associated with lice. Everyone can get lice – it ...
(Date:2/23/2017)... ... February 23, 2017 , ... Brain Sentinel, ... begin marketing the SPEAC® System, the Brain Sentinel® Seizure Monitoring and Alerting System. ... healthcare facilities during periods of rest. A lightweight, non-invasive monitor is placed on ...
(Date:2/23/2017)... ... 23, 2017 , ... David Nolte, PhD accepted Purdue University’s ... Purdue Research Park of West Lafayette, Indiana. , The top commercialization award ... and success with, commercializing discoveries from Purdue research. “This award is truly an ...
Breaking Biology Technology: