Safety & Health Compliance EMI / EMF Surveys for Implantable Medical Devices
As an increasing number of individuals have lifesaving and life-enhancing biomedical devices surgically implanted in their body, the need for testing home and workplace safety has also become more commonplace.
Also, the electromagnetic environment that these implantable biomedical devices are exposed to has become more complex and intense with an increasing number of potential sources of interference.
ScanTech has years of experience in researching, surveying and documenting environments in order to determine potential risk factors. In some cases, the real danger can come from unexpected sources, such as a large section of magnetized metal in the workplace or a high powered 2 way radio.
Joel-Anthony Gray Credentials
B.S. Electrical Engineering with Nanoscience Technology Concentration Biomedical Engineering Degree (pending)
A.S. in Electronic Telecommunications Certified Instrumentation and Radio Technician Coursework in Electromagnetics, RF Design, Communication Systems and Signals & Systems. 25 Years Technical Experience 15 + Years in Electromagnetic Surveys
ScanTech Technical Consulting performs Biomedical Implant Testing for Pacemakers, Heart / Cardiac Devices, ICD’s, Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators and Ambulatory EKG Holter Units made by Medtronics, St. Jude Medical, Boston Scientific and Mortara. We also perform RFID / RF / EMI Interference testing and surveys for infant / child anti-abduction security systems such as HUGS (Stanley HealthCare) and MyChild. (McRoberts Security Technologies)
Fields Tested for :
DC Magnetic Field: 3 Axis Gaussmeter
AC Magnetic Field in the low ELF frequency ranges such as conventional 60 Hz powerlines
AC Electric Field
RF Fields (AC fields from 1 KHz to 3 GHz)
Boston Scientific Potential Implant Behaviors from Electromagnetic Interference