You will find the Layman report here. It will be translated into Spanish, French, Italian, German, Finnish, Danish, Polish and Swedish and published in June 2017.
Year – 2017
One step closer to a safe blood bag Welcome to PVCfreeBloodBag project’s final webinar. Have we overcome the challenges? How far away is a market introduction? What comes after LIFE? Speakers Petter Höglund, Professor, Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden Alice Ravizza, The project’s regulatory coordinator, Haemotronic, Italy Lena Stig, Project Manager, Region Jämtland Härjedalen, Sweden Moderator: Lisa […]
The project was present at the 3rd Global Forum on Medical Devices, Geneva 10-12th of May, 2017. More than 650 participants from 85 countries participated and a several valuable contacts were made for future cooperation’s gaining the PVC free Blood bags Projects regulatory coordinator Alice Ravizza presented the project and project manager Lena Stig was also present – here by the project […]
The projects regulatory coordinator Alice Ravizza will present the project at the 3rd Global Forum on Medical Devices, which will take place in Geneva 10-12th of May, 2017. There will be more than 650 participants from 85 countries present at this forum, which will ensure global perspectives on different topics of medical devices. The project […]
The project is represented by Lena Stigh and Katarina Ryckenberg at Health Care Without Harm Europe 2017 Annual General Meeting in Berlin 4-5th May. This meeting is joint and parallel with Global Green and Healthy Hospitals Europe member’s meeting. Over 40 delegates from different countries come together to discuss and share best practice projects. The results from PVCfreeBloodBag were […]
Communication officer Katarina Ryckenberg and project manager Lena Stig will attend the annual members meeting in Berlin the 4-5th of May. A meeting to share result, network and hopefully initiate some after Life+ activities. The agenda
You will find the LCA report by Miljögiraff here. A critical review of the LCA has been performed by Extracon AB.
The project has together with HCWH Europe been working for a ban of EDC’s and CMR’s in medical devices for several years. Read the press release from the European Commission here.
The webinar is free of charge and will present final result including the pre-audit for CE-labelling and the life cycle assessment. While you wait for registration details you could read the latest newsletter. Newsletter Nr1 2017
Alice Ravizzas abstract regarding “Human factors engineering and user friendly design in the PVCfreebloodbag project” was accepted in the Italian Biomedical Engineering summit. She will represent and present the project at the national congress in Genua. XVII Convegno Nazionale AIIC Genova- Italy 6-8 April The poster is in Italian but the headline in English is: […]