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Medical Device Steam Sterilization and the Impact of ISO 17665

Is steam sterilization right for your medical devices? Learn about the process, including ISO 17665 standards, to make the best decision for your products.

By |2021-07-20T10:15:36-07:00July 15th, 2021|LSO Blog, Sterilization Validation Services|

3 Ways Outsourcing Loaner Kit Processing Benefits Manufacturers

How can outsourcing loaner kit processing improve your business? Read 3 ways outsourcing can benefit manufacturers.

Medical Device Packaging Validation and ISO 11607

Medical device, pharmaceutical, and biotech companies must follow stringent medical device packaging validation processes to obtain what they need for an FDA or EU submission: The coveted validation report. Your terminally sterilized medical devices cannot [...]

By |2021-07-20T10:15:38-07:00May 14th, 2021|LSO Blog, Medical Package Testing|

Life Science Outsourcing Partners with PPC Enterprises

“We are excited about the partnership and the growth opportunities it presents,” said Barry Kazemi, Founder and CEO of LSO. “PPC’s experience in the medical device and life sciences industries will enable us to build upon our existing capabilities and offer more complete product life cycle support to our valued customers.”

By |2021-07-20T10:15:40-07:00January 25th, 2021|LSO Blog, LSO News|

What Does the Medical Device Sterilization Validation Process Include?

Medical device sterilization validation and documentation processes can seem overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be! Find your answers here.

7 Industry Recommended Best Practices for Medical Device Sterilization: Infographic

It is ideal to understand industry best practices when preparing to sterilize your medical devices through an outside resource. There are seven industry best practices in this process which you can use to set expectations [...]

By |2021-07-20T10:15:41-07:00December 17th, 2020|LSO Blog, Sterilization Validation Services|

The Right Process for Reusable Medical Device Decontamination

Pus. Blood. Dirt. Foreign particles. All these and more may be left behind on a medical device after medical procedures are complete. Definitely not what a healthcare professional wants to reuse, and most certainly not what a patient wants used on them!

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