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Technical Workshops at OrthoTec 2013 Focus on Risk Management Throughout Medical Device Lifecycle and Robust Material Selection Process Development
Date:4/22/2013

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Workshop 2: Establishing a Robust Materials Selection Process

June 4, 2013 from 1:00PM - 4:00PM (Grace College in Warsaw, IN)

This 3-hour workshop covers all the basics of material selection from both a tactical and strategic perspective. Design and regulatory considerations will be discussed during the workshop with an emphasis on feasibility and required testing as well as associated costs and timeframes. The workshop will cover the resources available to assist with material selection and provide examples of utilizing a risk based approach for determining which material would be best for a device and its intended use. This is an interactive workshop giving you the opportunity to experience firsthand the considerations and challenges associated with material selection.

  • Part 1: Overview of ISO 10993 & ASM Database
  • Part 2: Materials Selection Considerations
  • Part 3: Interactive Case Studies

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Both workshops will be led by Scott Durlacher , Director of Compliance and his team at Anson Group.  Mr. Durlacher has over 18 years of diverse industry and consulting experience, including leadership positions in regulatory affairs, quality assurance, research and development, and operations in medical device, biotech, and biologics organizations.  To view Mr. Durlacher's biography, click here.

The OrthoTec Conference and Exhibition is the annual industry gathering for orthopaedic technologists and business leaders at the "Orthopaedic Capital of the World" - Warsaw, Indiana
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