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TGA presentation: TERMIS-AP + ABMC7 2019 Congress, 14-17 October 2019
Safety first! How a risk based, life-cycle approach to medical device design improves patient safety
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- Presented by: Dr Kelly Tsang, Assistant Director, Devices Conformity Assessment Section, Medical Devices Branch, Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)
- Presented at: TERMIS + ABMC7 2019
- Presentation date: 16 October 2019
- Presentation summary: Despite changes and updates in the compelxity and technologies in medical devices and the way they are utilised in healthcare, the principles of good risk management and design practices can be applied to ensure devices and designed for safety and to meet regulatory requirements.