消毒剤に耐えられる医療機器のデザインについて

Are the devices you design ready for aggressive medical disinfectants? 

The designer is the point where innovative creativity crashes head-on into the real-world needs of durable functionality in a health care environment.
 
Unfortunately, many device housings and hardware designed just a few years ago were made with materials that lack the right combination of impact strength and chemical resistance. They crack, craze, and ultimately fail when challenged by the increased use of aggressive medical disinfectants-combined with the applied stress of greater portability.
 
Connecting the dots between design flexibility, chemical resistance, and impact strength is critical for selecting the best material for reliable clear and opaque medical devices. That’s why Eastman created a 60-minute webinar to provide new information about: 

Patient safety and HAI prevention
      •  The cost of device failure
      •  The relationship between chemical resistance and impact strength
      •  A practical new 4-step testing protocol for comparing suitability of different material 

                                                

Use this valuable information to identify material liabilities earlier in the development process. It can help you make design adjustments before you bring a new device to market-and be more confident of its reliability and safety in the future.