The biomedical field is undergoing rapid change with the introduction of new device designs, biomaterials, and testing techniques. Since 1990, MDT Services has been performing characterization testing for the medical device community. Our highly experienced staff will assist you in all aspects of your test program from test feasibility/design and protocol development to test implementation and results reporting.
Standard MDT Characterization Tests include:
Test Definition & Protocol Development
While FDA, ASTM, CE, and ISO standards are available, test protocols to meet these standards may need to be modified for your new design. In these cases, or when no established protocols are available, MDT Services works closely with you in an iterative process to ensure tests are appropriate and generate meaningful data.
Product Feasibility & Device Evaluation
Quick feedback on new concept designs enables our customers to move rapidly from the product design stage to IDE. Our test engineers often create customized grips and fixturing for fast test setup and perform feasibility studies. As your design advances and requires accelerated durability testing, our engineers will ensure that the test equipment is configured and ready to meet your critical schedules.
MDT Services has a wide array of fatigue testing capabilities including a full inventory of intravascular, orthopedic and biomaterials testing instruments. Featuring latest generation designs, our equipment incorporates computer control and data collection for accuracy, precision, and reliability. With decades of experience in fatigue tester design, our engineering staff can also build customized instruments and test fixturing for your more challenging applications.
Data Generation and Reporting
Experienced personnel, well designed protocols, and precision instruments produce reliable results. To ensure data integrity, our rigorous quality program requires duplicate data recording and management reviewed test reports. Our quality program has received top ratings by independent auditors.