This glossary includes some of the most commonly used terms in medical device risk management.
This article provides readers with information on what benefit-risk analysis is, how to evaluate the benefits and risks of a medical device, and what guidance documentation to use.
This article provides electrical and electronic equipment manufacturers with a list of all documentation requirements for performing EMC testing.
This article explains what EMC testing is and provides readers with information on the different types of EMC tests electrical products must pass.
Learn here what a routine test is, how to perform it and what standards to use. Get also a free template of a test record sheet for recording test results.
There are several safety standards that address medical device safety. Some of them are ISO 14971, IEC 60601-1, IEC 62366 and ISO 10993-1. This article focuses on ISO 14971, a widely recognized risk management standard for medical devices.
Read this article to learn about the different types of power sources components, which are the most important part of any electrical product.
A MOP is a physical part, system or instruction that can help reduce the likelihood of unacceptable risks. Learn here about the different means of protection associated with several hazard types.
This article provides manufacturers with a list of IEC standards for product basic safety and EMC testing that are applicable for different categories of electrical products.
Are you an electrical engineer? If so, read this article to get some tips on how to use fuses in the electrical products.