AAMI News September 2015, Volume 50, Issue 9
Responding to contamination and infection concerns, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has released new recommendations on how to enhance the reprocessing of a complex type of endoscope.
Skilled biomedical equipment technicians are crucial to advancing healthcare in low-resource countries, according to a new report, which calls on a wide variety of stakeholders to come together to support the development of “scalable, replicable, and sustainable” training models for such professionals.
Federal regulators, executives from major medical device companies, and other experts will be on hand at the September 29-30, 2015 AAMI/FDA Summit on Risk Management.
An influential accreditation board has selected AAMI as its lead member society for bioengineering technology and similarly named programs, such as those for biomedical equipment technicians (BMETs).
- News in Brief
- A Need to Graduate from 'Smart' to 'Intelligent' with Infusion Safety
- South Koreans Learn about Crucial Standard
- Focus on Industry
- Fictional Detective Inspires Nurse's Guide on Sterile Processing
- AAMI Launches Digital Service for Medical Device Standards
- Updated Compendium Sheds Light on Quality Systems
- The Big Picture: Medical Education & Training Campus
- Tech World: The Case for Educators in Sterile Processing Departments
- Anchors Aweigh! A Call from Cruise Line Steers Career in New Direction
- In Profile: Ethan Hertz
- Members on the Move
- Spotlight on Standards: Cochlear Implants Committee Nears Completion of Standard
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