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Mastering the Upgrade to ISO 80369 Luer Locks in Medical Devices

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The shift from ISO 594 to ISO 80369-7 for luer-lock connectors in medical devices potentially could affect all plastic luer users. A free webinar explains how to ensure compliance.

The shift from ISO 594 to ISO 80369-7 for luer-lock connectors in medical devices potentially could affect all plastic luer users, according to experts. The new standard was drafted to prevent misconnections that could result in patient harm. In doing so, it places new requirements on design engineers and medical device manufacturers to achieve compliance. A webinar hosted by Husky on July 27 will explain the differences between the two standards and provide guidance on implementing the new standard within your organization.

The free webinar will cover design, performance, and other requirements of ISO 80369-7 and make recommendations on how best to achieve compliance within a given timeline.

Adam Cole, a business manager for the medical division of Husky Technologies, will present the webinar and respond to questions from attendees. Cole has 28 years of experience in injection molding, spanning hot runner design, mold design, project management, operations, and engineering.

The webinar is free but you must register to attend. It is scheduled for 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern on July 27.

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