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December 16, 2015
Company:.WalkMed Infusion, LLC.Date of Enforcement Report 12/16/2015 Class lI: PRODUCT WalkMed Infusion Triton Infusion Pump (model 300000). Packaged in a single pump box. Four pump boxes are place in an over-shipper for distribution. Recall Number Z-0369-2016 REASON WalkMed Infusion is conducting a field action on the Triton Infusion Pumps (model numbers 300000 and 400000) because...
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Company:.Visicu, Inc.Date of Enforcement Report 12/16/2015 Class lI: PRODUCT The eCareManager system. Software intended for use in data collection, storage and clinical information management with independent bedside devices, and ancillary systems that are connected either directly or through networks. For use in a hospital environment. eCareManager allows clinicians to generate a PDF display of an...
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Company: Philips Medical System12/1610/28Class lI: PRODUCT Philips IntelliVue Information Center iX (release A.00, A.01, and A.02) are impacted by this issue: 866023 IntelliVue Info Center iX 866024 PIIC iX Upgrade 866117 PIIC Classic Upgrade The intended use of the Information Center Software is to display physiologic waves, parameters, and trends, format data for strip chart...
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Company: GE Medical Systems, LLC.Date of Enforcement Report 12/16/2015 Class lI: PRODUCT GE Healthcare, Revolution CT Scanners. Revolution CT- The system is intended for head, whole body, cardiac and vascular X-ray Computed Tomography applications. The system is intended to produce cross-sectional images of the body by computer reconstruction of x-ray transmission projection data from the...
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62304 Software Training Course – February 23-25, 2021

IEC 62304 and Emerging Standards and FDA Expectations for Medical Device and Health IT Software – Virtual

This very popular 3-day course provides a clear understanding of applying IEC 62304 standard for medical device software and much more. The course compares and contrasts 62304 with FDA expectations and discusses approaches for alignment. In addition, participants will learn of other relevant standards and technical reports pertinent to medical device software, HealthIT, medical mobile apps, and Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) products (e.g., 82304, 80002-1, 14971, 80001-2-x, 62366).

Participants will gain practical advice and pragmatic experience with all types of medical software. Participants will leave with a clear understanding of how to effectively and efficiently integrate 62304 compliance into their software development lifecycle (SDLC).

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