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Seminar on Medical Device incidents and Risk Management


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Learning and Experience sharing opportunities for Engineering and ICT Professionals who are interested in electronic based Biomedical Engineering

Date and Time

08 December 2017 - 19:00-20:30


Hung Hom, Hong Kong - icon_popup  (See map)


Jointly organised by the E & S.E Asia:Hong Kong and E & S.E Asia:Hong Kong local networks.

About this event

About the event
Learning and Experience sharing opportunities for Engineering and ICT Professionals who are interested in electronic based Biomedical Engineering
Full description
Medical Devices Incidents happened with various reasons. Device depreciation, design mistake, improper use are the common root causes which may lead to serious injuries to operators and patients. Post-market surveillance therefore plays an important role to monitor the quality and performance of medical devices currently available in the market, and alert hospitals any safety hazards happened worldwide. 
In this seminar you will be given an introduction on device-related safety issues including the medical device safety reporting system, incidents reporting, remedial actions and risk management. 

About the Speaker
Mr. Calvin WONG
Mr. Calvin WONG currently serves as an Assistant Biomedical Engineer at the St. Paul's Hospital. He is responsible for the technical issues related to medical devices including operation know-how, maintenance, electrical safety, risk management and safety evaluation. Calvin has been working in biomedical engineering field for eight years, with the exploration on medical device R&D, medical device quality assurance, medical device ISO standards and hospital management. His multifaceted knowledge was gained from his working experience in the medical faculty of the university, semi-government body and private hospital. His research has been published on medical journals and he is also one of the authors of the industrial guidebook "Medical Device Good Distribution Practice". Calvin is currently the Committee of the Electronics and Communications Section of the IET Hong Kong.


Organized by: ECS Section, IET Hong Kong 
Time: 7.00pm - 8.30pm. 
Registration:   6.45pm, Light refreshment will be served

Registration information

Enquiry: Ben LI ,  Email: benli.iet@gmail.com 


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