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Join Us @ RAPS Regulatory Convergence Discuss Wearable Devices 26 Oct ’15

Join Us at RAPS Regulatory Convergence Conference on Monday October 26, 2015 to Discuss Wearbale Devices Topic: “Wearable Devices: How to Make Them Safe and Adhere to Regulations” Presenters: Leo Eisner & Mary Weick-Brady of Eisner Safety Consultants and Bakul Patel of OC, CDRH, FDA Session Leader: Seth Goldenberg, PhD, director, Global Regulatory Strategy, NAMSA When: October 26, 2015 […]

Welcome Mary Weick-Brady to Eisner Safety Consultants

I am thrilled to announce our latest addition to the Eisner Safety Consultants team Mary Weick-Brady recently joined our team and will help us support a growing need for the Wearable Medical Devices and the Home Use Medical Markets. Ms. Weick-Brady comes with tremendous experience in the Home Use space and with respect to patient labeling and will be a […]

Standards Reconnaissance Subscription Service Coming Soon

Does your Medical Device Regulator or your Quality System require that you maintain a list of applicable standards to meet these requirements for your product lines?  How much time does it take to put this list together and how much effort does it take to keep the list updated? If this is a struggle for […]

FDA Updates Guidance on Device Classes Exemptions from Premarket Notifications Requirements

This post covers 8 product codes added & updates made to the guidance on Device Classes Exemptions from Premarket Notifications Requirements On Aug 14, 2015 FDA updated the Final Guidance Document titled “Intent to Exempt Certain Unclassified, Class II, and Class I Reserved Medical Devices from Premarket Notification Requirements”.  It was originally issued as a […]

Scrip Regulatory Affairs Article on IEC 60601-1 for US & Canada

11 June 2015 – Scrip Regulatory Affairs – Article written by Leo Eisner titled “Everything you needed to know about who’s doing what where with IEC 60601-1 – Part 1” Article discusses how the standard (IEC 60601-1 3rd ed. or ed. 3.1) is being used by Regulatory & Standards Organizations for the USA and Canada. […]