You might notice some changes going on at Nelson Laboratories—changes we think enhance our brand, honor our heritage and make it easier for our clients to work with us. As you look at the changes you’ll notice we haven’t departed from our progressive traditions, we’ve just added to them.
You'll soon notice some great new changes to our reports that will make it easier for you to obtain the information you need and allow us to provide faster more efficient delivery.
A change has occurred in the new version of the AAMI/ISO standard on sterility testing, AAMI/ISO 11737-2, which may impact your current and future testing.
AAMI Working Group 2 on Radiation Sterilization just published a new Technical Information Report (TIR) 40:2009, entitled Sterilization of health care products – Radiation – Guidance on dose setting utilizing a Modified Method 2.
WASHINGTON, DC—March 10, 2010—On December 18, 2009, eleven Nelson Laboratories, Inc., Salt Lake City, UT, microbiologists were certified as Registrants of the National Registry of Certified Microbiologists (NRCM). To earn the NRCM credential, they first met rigorous educational and experiential eligibility requirements and then passed a comprehensive written examination.
Companies face risks when developing new medical devices—lost time, high expense and failure to pass standard safety tests. Nelson Laboratories (www.nelsonlabs.com) is providing six presentations to medical device makers attending the Medical Design and Manufacturing West Show (MD&M West) outlining how they can minimize risk and meet regulatory agencies expectations.