Application of the Reconstructed Human Epidermis (RhE) Model as an In Vitro Skin Irritation Test for Detection of Irritant Activity in Medical Device Extracts
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01 January 2014
The In Vitro and Alternative Methods Specialty Section (IVAM), specialty section of the Society of Toxicology is pleased to present recordings of its series of webinars focused upon the development and application of in vitro methods and non-animal models for toxicology and product safety.
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The OECD 439 protocol was modified for testing of medical device extracts. two RhE models, EpiDerm™ (MatTek, Inc.) and SkinEthicTM RHE (EpiSkin, SA), were evaluated in an international round robin study. The
Test guidelines (OECD, ISO, etc.), Medical Devices Regulation (EU) 2017/745
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