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Monday, August 2, 2010


Guidelines for Failure Modes and Effects Analysis for Medical Devices

Challenged by stringent regulations, vigorous competition, and liability lawsuits, medical device manufactures must develop safe, reliable, and cost-effective products, and managing and reducing risk is a vital element of reaching that goal. A practical guide to achieving corporate consistency while dramatically cutting the time required for studies, Guidelines for Failure Modes and Effects Analysis for Medical Devices focuses on Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and its application throughout the life cycle of a medical device. It outlines the major U.S. and E.U. standards and regulations and provides a detailed yet easy-to-read overview of risk management and risk analysis methodologies, common FMEA pitfalls, and FMECA-Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis. Discover how the FMEA methodology can help your company achieve a more cost-effective manufacturing process by improving the quality and reliability of your products. This new FMEA manual from the experts at Dyadem is the ultimate resource for you and your colleagues to learn more about Failure Modes and Effects Analysis and then teach others at your facility. This comprehensive manual is sure to become a standard reference for engineering professionals.

Guidelines for Process Hazards Analysis (PHA, HAZOP), Hazards Identification, and Risk Analysis

This unique manual is a comprehensive, easy-to-read overview of hazards analysis as it applies to the process and allied industries. The book begins by building a background in the technical definition of risk, past industrial incidents and their impacts, ensuing legislation, and the language and terms of the risk field. It addresses the different types of structured analytical techniques for conducting Process Hazards Analyses (PHA), provides a "What If" checklist, and shows how to organize and set up PHA sessions. Other topics include layout and siting considerations, Failure Modes and Effect Analysis (FMEA), human factors, loss of containment, and PHA team leadership issues.

Practical Design Control Implementation for Medical Devices

Bringing together, for the first time, the concepts of design control and reliability engineering, Practical Design Control Implementation helps you face the challenge of designing and developing products that comply with regulatory requirements and fulfill customer expectations. Written with all levels of management and technical personnel in mind, the authors demonstrate how successful design control implementation can result in fewer customer complaints and medical device reports, more satisfied customers, and faster time-to-market. Part One focuses on the practical aspects of design control implementation for medical devices. The fundamental concepts of design control are not new. What is new is the adoption by the FDA of these principles and their consequent enforcement. Also new to the medical device industry are the different technical concepts, tools, and techniques necessary to implement design control. In this section, each chapter provides practical advice and insight on the required FDA design control elements. Part Two explores the reliability of medical devices and how design control can influence that reliability. The book presents easy to understand examples of typical product design and development phases with the corresponding reliability and risk analysis tools such as failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA), hazard analysis, reliability planning, reliability prediction, design verification, and validation. The authors discuss the inter-relatedness of reliability engineering and design control and apply the concept to medical device design. Providing common sense explanations and guidance, Practical Design Control Implementation helps readers successfully execute design control and reliability engineering procedures that not only meet the FDA guidelines but also meet or exceed customer expectations.



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