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Considering Human Factors in Designing Medical Device TrialsIncreasingly, FDA is requiring that clinical evaluations take into account human factors and their effects on device design. It is becoming more important to address how these affect the safety, performance and reliability of medical device use to ensure appropriate device design.

Evaluating the human interface in the user environment produces critical data for pre-market applications to FDA. However, medical device trials intending to collect these unique data must be carefully designed to bring the most valuable data to light.

In this audio conference the speaker looks at various human factors which must be taken into consideration when designing a medical device clinical trial, and uses a series of real-life examples to illustrate how best to incorporate them into the design process. In addition, all attendees will receive a copy of Pleiad's Human Factors Considerations checklist.

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