TBA/ EMB-S BigData SIG, Reliability Society: Medical Devices, The Need for BioSensors and Bio Tools
on May 28, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Dick Doyle, PE - A Reliability Society Distinguished lecturer
Medical Devices, the Need for Biosensors and Bio-tools
A vision of the reliability analysis in identifying and using biochemical (predictive and diagnostic), biomechanical, sensor information and imaging data for patient care - including molecular pathology, laboratory diagnostics (clinical chemistry - DNA) and medical diagnostic imaging? 1. Implementation/Integration of Electronic Health Records and personalized Health Records 2. Standards harmonization, conformance testing, certification 3. Detailed mathematical modeling and computational analysis.
After the talk for Reliability of Medical Devices, the participants will:
• Know the most important parameters for evaluating the Medical Device System Reliability
• Know the way to predict the MTBF in different stages of the project lifecycle (not constant failure rate)
• Know how to improve the system reliability by addressing the high failure rate parts and their stress parameters
• Can perform electromechanical testing to verify suggested changes to the system.
The following subjects are among others addressed in the tutorial:
MTBF Prediction Guidelines
FMEA Studies to find critical parts in the system
Accelerated Life Testing to predict product return rate
Cost analysis vs. warrantee period vs. failure rate
Performance Measurements and benchmarking
RICHARD L. DOYLE, PE - A Reliability Society Distinguished lecturer: A Registered Electrical and Civil Engineer in California with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Oregon State University and a M.S. in Engineering from the University of California, Irvine. Mr. Doyle's recent experience includes consulting for the past 35 years in the Electro-Mechanical systems related to the medical field for such companies as Johnson and Johnson, Thoratec, Pfizer, Genprobe, Panacea and other companies related to medical testing, imaging techniques and data analysis in the medical Industries. Hewas the chairperson of the Biotechnology council for four years. This council was composed of members from the various engineering societies including:
IEEE, ASME, AIChE, BMES, HIMSS and other societies interested in the development of medical technology. He has given presentations in the Beijing, China (July 2017), Yokahama, Japan, The Hague, Netherlands and group meetings in the United States. He is a past president of the IEEE Reliability Society and a member of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS).
ATEC Training Center 10401 Roselle St. San Diego, CA 92121