Which standard is referred to in ISO 14971 for further guidance on risk management application?
ISO 14971 Medical devices — Application of risk management to medical devices is an ISO standard for the application of risk management to medical devices. The ISO Technical Committee responsible for the maintenance of this standard is ISO TC 210 working with IEC/SC62A through Joint Working Group one (JWG1).
What is the current ISO 14971 standard?
This document specifies terminology, principles and a process for risk management of medical devices, including software as a medical device and in vitro diagnostic medical devices.
What is the correct order of risk management activities?
Five Steps of the Risk Management Process
- Step 1: Identify the Risk. The first step is to identify the risks that the business is exposed to in its operating environment.
- Step 2: Analyze the Risk.
- Step 3: Evaluate or Rank the Risk.
- Step 4: Treat the Risk.
- Step 5: Monitor and Review the Risk.
What changed in ISO 14971?
Overview of ISO 14971 and ISO TR 24971 Changes The newly updated documentation has been reorganized and contains new terms and definitions, additional risk management guidance, and more detailed requirements. This information was in ISO 14971 prior to the 2019 update.
What is the purpose of ISO 14971?
The intent of ISO 14971 is to define a standard process for identifying risks associated with medical devices at all stages in a device’s life cycle, from product design to procurement to production and postmarket use.
Is pain considered harm in ISO 14971?
Pain can cause harmful chemical changes, stroke, heart attack, shock, broken bones and death. In any case, your question really should be asked of a medically qualified person, not a bunch of regulators. We can agree or disagree with you as to what ISO 14971 says, but we can’t authoritatively define patient harm.
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