In order to provide information on biocompatibility, many questions must be answered:

  • What does the surface of the medical device look like?
  • How do the production processes affect the surface?
  • Which auxiliary and operating materials are used?
  • Which ones become part of the surface and can no longer be removed?
  • Which starting materials are toxicologically questionable (CMR substances), but the products are not?
  • How do the process parameters have to be or be monitored?

Topic overview

  • Basic, auxiliary and operating materials
  • Reactions in the production process including process parameters and toxicity
  • Estimation of the type and quantity of toxicologically questionable material components
  • Process validation and monitoring (risk-based approach)
  • Analytical options for characterizing the surface
  • Cleaning processes that are specifically tailored to the expected contamination
  • Laser marking and packaging

target group

All employees in medical technology in production, quality management and/or development.

Prior knowledge

Not required.

Funding opportunity

ESF funding is possible. Further information can be viewed here .

Early bird discount

If you register up to 3 weeks before the start of the seminar, you will receive an early bird discount of 10 percent.

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