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FDA Medical Device Sterilization Town Hall Series Continues April 29

By MedTech Intelligence Staff
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The FDA is hosting it next town hall on medical device sterilization on April 29. The session will include discussion on topics and formats for future sessions in the series.

As part of its efforts to work with the medical device community on device sterilization alternatives in light of new EPA standards for ethylene oxide (EtO) emissions, the FDA is hosting a virtual town hall on April 29, 2024, from 1:00pm-2:00pm ET.

The town hall is open to all stakeholders and will cover:

  • Suggestions the FDA received on potential topics for the sterilization town hall series.
  • How the FDA will pivot the format of the series to support more engaging discussions on topics of interest.

Registration is not necessary. Attendees can submit questions to MedicalDeviceSterilization@fda.hhs.gov at least one week in advance of the event.

Click here for information on how to join the town hall.

Following the event, the presentation, printable slides and transcript will be available on CDRH Learn under “Specialty Technical Topics,” sub-section “Sterility.”

For a complete list of previous and future sterilization town hall event information, visit Medical Device Sterilization Town Hall Series.

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