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EMC Tests of Medical Devices

The methods and devices used in medicine are so developed that nuclear medicine is now being spoken. Ultrasound and magnetic resonance radiological methods such as anatomical structure of the desired area of ​​the body is displayed in high quality and in detail. Nuclear medicine studies show the extent of the spread of a tumor tissue within the skeletal system or the amount of blood flow in the brain, heart or kidneys. Nuclear medicine is a branch of medicine that provides reliable imaging of any part of the body and provides diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

Micro surgery is the possibility of performing the smallest structures that cannot be seen in the body by using very small instruments with the help of special microscopic devices. With this method, vessels and nerves smaller than 1 millimeters in diameter are treated. In addition, free tissue transplantation is performed by micro-surgical methods.

The intense use of electrical and electronic devices in medicine brings with it some electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) problems. As a result, when it comes to human health, no non-compliance problems are acceptable. Therefore, electromagnetic compatibility tests of medical devices must be carried out both during design studies and after production.

Here are a few standards that are based on these tests:

  • TS EN 60601-1-2 Electrical and medical equipment - Part 1-2: General specifications for basic safety and performance - Complementary standard: Electromagnetic disturbances - Characteristics and tests
  • TS EN 50527-1 Procedure for the evaluation of electromagnetic fields to which workers with exposed active medical devices are exposed - Part 1: General
  • TS EN 50527-2-1 Procedure for the assessment of electromagnetic fields exposed to workers with active implantable medical devices - Part 2-1: Specific assessment for pacemaker workers
  • TS EN 302510-2 Electromagnetic compatibility and radiospectrum issues (ERM). 30 mhz - Radio devices in the 37,5 mhz frequency range for very low-power active medical membrane implantable devices and ancillary devices; Part 2: Harmonized standard encompassing the basic rules in accordance with Article 3.2 of the RTTE directive
  • TS EN 60601-2-44 Electrical medical devices - Part 2 -44: Particular requirements for the safety of X-ray equipment in computed tomography