BS EN 62366 Medical devices. Application of usability engineering to medical devices
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BS EN 62366:2008

Medical devices. Application of usability engineering to medical devices

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : April 2008

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What is BS EN 62366:2008?

BS EN 62366 looks at the application of usability engineering to medical devices. Health practices today are heavily dependent on the use of medical equipment, medical instruments and medical technology for both the observation and treatment of patients. Many of these medical devices are developed without applying a usability engineering process or instructions for use, so they’re non intuitive and difficult to master. The usability engineering process is specifically developed to reduce everyday errors, lessen risks and ensure general equipment safety.

How does it work?

BS EN 62366 not only describes the usability engineering process, but also gives guidance on how to implement and execute this method to ensure safety in medical devices – from design, right though to usage. It’s specifically intended for manufacturers and other technical committees who are responsible for the development of the standards for medical equipment. Set out clearly, this standard makes it easy for manufacturers to follow, analyse, specify, design, verify and validate the usability engineering process.

Who should buy it?

  • Manufacturers responsible for medical equipment
  • Ergonomic designers
  • Organizations providing medical devices
  • Health care professionals and specialists
  • Medical equipment engineers
  • Medical equipment suppliers

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Standard NumberBS EN 62366:2008
TitleMedical devices. Application of usability engineering to medical devices
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date30 April 2008
Cross ReferencesISO 14971:2007, EN ISO 14971:2007, IEC 60601-1:2005, IEC 60601-1-8:2006, IEC/TR 61258:1994, ISO/IEC Guide 51:1999, ISO 9000:2005, ISO 9001:2000, ISO 9241-11:1998, ISO 13485:2003, ISO/TR 16142:2006, ANSI/AAMI HE 48:1993, ANSI/AAMI HE 74:2001, EN 1041:1998, 93/42/EEC, 98/79/EC
International RelationshipsEN 62366:2008,IEC 62366:2007
Draft Superseded By06/30112971 DC
DescriptorsMedical equipment, Medical instruments, Medical technology, Ergonomics, Design, Equipment safety, Hazards, Instructions for use
ICS11.040.01
Title in FrenchDispositifs médicaux. Application de l'ingénierie de l'aptitude à l'utilisation aux dispositifs médicaux
Title in GermanMedizinprodukte. Anwendung der Gebrauchstauglichkeit auf Medizinprodukte
CommitteeCH/62/1
ISBN978 0 580 54371 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages104
File Size1.227 MB
Price£232.00


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