Medical Device Validation.
Inform yourself about the requirements for effective, efficient and compliant Validation.… manufacturing validation, validation in design and development, validation life cycle, validation quality assurance, medical device software, good manufacturing practice, risk driven validation, device classification, FDA CFR & EU Device Directive requirements, …
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- Validation requirements from product design, through manufacturing and end use.
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Introduction to regulatory requirements and international standards.The key US and European regulations related to Medical Devices. Expectations for requirements such as the FDA’s 21 CFR Part 820. Basic Principles, Concepts, Terms & Definitions related to Validation.
How to implement Medical Device Process ValidationGuidance and areas of focus. Implementation of Production & Process Controls. When do you need to Validate a process (versus Verification). Examples of processes that should be Validated. Examples of processes that may be Verified. How do I know if a process cannot be fully Verified?
Software Validation for Medical Device products and processesGuidance for Software Validations. Categories of Software. The Software Life Cycle. User Requirements Specification. Software Design Specifications. Integration and Acceptance Test Specifications. Verifying Test Steps, Expected Outputs and Evaluation Criteria. Extent of software validation to be performed.
Implementation of a compliant Medical Device design and development processQuality System Requirements for Design Controls. Design Input & Output, Expectations, Regulations & Examples. Rationale for Design Control Requirements. The Process of Design Control. Design and Development Planning. Design Input types, sources, considerations, etc.. Design Output expectations. Performing Design Reviews. Creating and maintaining the Design History File.
The Life Cycle Approach to ValidationImplementing a Life Cycle Approach. Installation Qualification (I.Q.). Operation Qualification (O.Q.). Pre-Validation Study (PVS). Performance Qualification (P.Q.).
Implementing an on-going revalidation processRevalidation and Change Control. Review and evaluation of revalidation. Significance of “where appropriate” in revalidation.
Creating a comprehensive Validation Master Plan (VMP)The Validation Master Plan (VMP) development process. Why is a VMP necessary? Who prepares and approves the plan? How do you prepare & assemble a plan? Elements of a Validation Master Plan. Implementation of the VMP.
How to perform a Validation Gap AnalysisThe role of gap analysis. How to plan and develop a gap analysis to assess compliance. Typical assessment Tools and Techniques. Determining the methodology to use. Preparing for issues that may be found. Applying risk-based re-mediation.
How to classify a Medical DeviceWhy classify medical devices. Explanation of the classification of Medical Devices per the US FDA and per the European Medical Devices Directives.
Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP’s)Principles of current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP). The concept of a device being “fit for intended purpose”. The FDA Quality System Regulations (QSR’s) explained.
The key validation related components of an effective Quality Management System… Documentation. Determining the necessity for documentation. Review of the various types of documentation. Implementing and maintaining compliant Standard Operating Procedures. Understanding the fundamental documentation rules. Maintaining a controlled documentation process.
How to identify the need for Validation based on identifying and quantifying RiskWhy use a risk based approach? Considerations of the ISO standard to Risk Management, i.e. EN ISO 14971. What are the various Risk Assessment Tools and Techniques. The suitability of the various techniques to assessing risk.
Planning, documentation and reporting validation protocols.Qualification Report content. Protocol Report summary. Data Analysis summary. Exception statements.
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