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MWHTA Quarterly Meeting: Oct 2016 Is the Medical Device Really Ready to Go Back to the Clinical Department?

  • 20 Oct 2016
  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Jordan Valley Medical Center West Valley Campus 3460 S 4155 W Salt Lake City, Utah 84120


  • For registrations in the Boise Metropolitan Area
  • For registrations in the Salt Lake Metropolitan Area
  • ICIS Members who live and work further than 50 miles from Salt Lake City, Utah or from Boise, Idaho may request a login to remotely attend this presentation.

    All members and their guests are welcome to register.

Registration is closed

Is the Medical Device Really Ready to Go Back to the Clinical Department?


 Untangling the difference between medical device accuracy specifications and medical device manufacturer testing requirements.

 Translating the test equipment specifications as it relates to the medical device- uncertainty of the test equipment

 Comparing the minimum requirements of the medical device to the translated specifications of the test equipment to be used.

 Choosing a test device that meets the manufacturer requirements and ensures that the medical device is ready to be returned to the clinical department

 Potential Test setup errors that can also impact medical device readiness.

By Pronk Technologies with presenter Julio Castro 

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