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How to Plan and Test the Reliability of Medical Devices
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How to Plan and Test the Reliability of Medical Devices
How to Plan and Test the Reliability of Medical Devices
How to Plan and Test the Reliability of Medical Devices
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Old 1st August 2017, 06:27 AM
mvroops

 
 
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Question How to Plan and Test the Reliability of Medical Devices

Hi All,

How plan and test the reliability of Medical devices . Any ICE particular standard available?

What is the calculation for reliability growth projection.
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Roopesh

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Old 3rd August 2017, 12:16 PM
yodon

 
 
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re: How to Plan and Test the Reliability of Medical Devices

Maybe some clarification would help / drive more responses.

Are you talking about reliability in terms of expectations to work the same every time or are you talking more about mean time to failure?

Can you say what your device is and what your reliability concerns are?
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