Medical Compounds White Papers
New Tubing Material Advancements Drive Dramatic Improvements for Critical Fluid Transfer Applications
Available On Demand
Duration: 20 Minutes
This webinar delivers valuable information on emerging topics that help medical device professionals navigate their tubing decision-making process. Tekni-Plex Healthcare works with medical device professionals on a daily basis to address issues and in this webinar we feature the latest best practices and technologies.
Request this webinar to:
Discover unique tubing solutions for peristaltic pump applications that offer multiple improvements over silicone material options
Become educated on complete fluid transfer options for drugs suspended in DMSO
Understand failure mechanisms and design improvements for infusion system multilayer tubing
Learn about validation techniques to ensure consistent dimensional and peel strength tolerance for fluid management solutions
Global Product Manager, Tekni-Plex Healthcare
Phthalates: The True Story
Medical regulations impacting use of flexible PVC compounds, phthalate plasticizers
Available On Demand
In this webinar, medical device professionals will learn what they need to know about flexible PVC compound regulations, so that they can make informed decisions for their specific products.
Attend this webinar and learn:
- Flexible PVC compounds and the plasticizers used to make them.
- Phthalate plasticizer toxicological profile and rationale for increased regulation
- Medical device regulations impacting the use of phthalate plasticizers in PVC
- MDR design/manufacture requirements for devices containing phthalate plasticizers
- Summary of MDR transition timelines
Paul McShane, Ph.D
Global Technology Director
Paul McShane, Ph.D., is the global technology director for Tekni-Plex Healthcare. Tekni-Plex Healthcare supplies medical-grade PVC compounds that are used to produce medical device and related products. Paul’s more than 12 years of experience in the disposable medical device industry, makes him ideally suited to be a thought leader in this area.
McShane rejoined Colorite in 2011 as a technology and development manager for Europe and Asia. He was promoted to the global technology director position in October 2015.
Previously, McShane held numerous senior development engineer roles in his six-years with Hewlett Packard, Ireland.
McShane is based at Colorite’s European manufacturing facility in Belfast, Northern Ireland. His responsibilities there have put him in the phthalate plasticizers regulatory epicenter on a daily basis for more than a decade.
He holds a Ph.D. in polymer science and a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Queen’s University Belfast.