Medical Device Sterilization Process
LIVE WEBINAR 22 February 2017
Duration: 50 min. + 10 min. Questions Time.
The course is aimed at staff of Quality Assurance, Regulatory and Research and Development of biomedical companies manufacturing of sterile medical devices, their suppliers and subcontractors.
The course includes a theoretical introduction to the concept of sterilization and a description of the main sterilization methods used currently; also are provided background informationof the validation of the packaging for the maintenance of sterility over time.
This live webinar course will provide guidance on medical device sterilization processes. In Particular will discuss the following points:
LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE (Requires basic knowledge about medical device).
AVAILABLE ALSO ON DEMAND:
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Why You Should Attend:
“Sterilization means the use of a physical or chemical procedure to destroy all microbial life, including highly resistant bacterial endospores.”
While discussing this topic, it becomes important to distinguish between sterilization and disinfection. Sterilization results in destruction of all forms of microbial life, while disinfection results in destruction of specific pathogenic microorganisms. Because disinfection is faster and less expensive, some hospitals substitute highlevel disinfection for sterilization of medical instruments. An object should be disinfected or sterilized depending on its intended use.
Bacterial spores are the most resistant of all living organisms because their capability to withstand destructive agents.
Although the chemical or physical process used to destroy all pathogenic microorganisms including spores is not absolute, when all parameters of the sterilization process have been met, instruments, supplies and equipment are thought to be sterile.
Critical objects (those that enter sterile tissues or the vascular system or through which blood flows, such as implanted medical devices) require sterilization before use. Items that touch mucous membranes or nonintact skin, like endoscopes, respiratory therapy equipment, and diaphragms, require high-level disinfection.
Sterilization falls into the following three categories:
• High temperature/pressure sterilization (autoclave)
• Chemical sterilization
• Radiation sterilization .
Who Will Benefit:
- Sterility Assurance
- Quality Control
- Quality Manager
- Quality Engineer
- Regulatory Affairs specialist
- R&D Engineer
- Pharmaceutical Engineer
- Validation Engineer
- Process Engineer
Students must view the entire program and successfully pass an online, multiple choice final assessment with >80% passing grade.Certificate will be printable in PDF format immediately after satisfying requirements.
Online Training Programs Includes:
- Answer to questions submitted during the webinar.
- An online final assessment with multiple choice questions.
- A Certificate of Completion.
Live Course Presented and Commented by:
Alice Ravizza is a Biomedical Engineer, graduated at Politecnico di Milano. She has great and extensive experience in R&D and QA / RA in the biomedical field. She is specialized in supporting Medical Device companies in building up and improve Quality System Management and assure Compliance through all the internal processs. She assist companies during the registration process for CE Mark making sure all the technical documentation is compliant to applicable standards and regulations. She is aswell an experienced Trainer and Lecturer.
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