Element’s medical device testing experts are exhibiting at this year’s Orthopaedic Manufacturing & Technology Exposition and Conference (OMTEC) June 11-13 in Chicago, Illinois.
Learn more about our latest developments in medical device testing, inspection and certification methods. Discover how new technologies can help you validate certainty in your medical products and confidence to go-to-market quickly and safely.
About the event
With over 1000 professionals in attendance, OMTEC is the world’s only conference exclusively serving the orthopedic industry. OMTEC attracts a diverse contingent of medical device industry stakeholders, each of whom is committed to the advancement of the specialty of orthopedics.
More details about the event here.
As a comprehensive medical device testing partner, you’ll enjoy the benefit of a single supplier source for all of your testing needs, from mechanical testing and metallurgical analysis to material characterization and microbiological evaluation. Our Engaged Experts are experienced in every stage of medical device testing - from test protocol development and prototype/feasibility trials to testing for 510(k), CE, and other regulatory submissions.
Book a meeting today!
Schedule a meeting with one of our Engaged Experts to discuss Element’s a comprehensive range of services offered to the Orthopedic and Medical Device industry, including:
- Orthopedic and spine device testing
- Cardiovascular device testing
- Implantable, diagnostic and therapeutic equipment testing
- Microbiological testing
- Accelerated shelf life testing
- Medical device battery testing
- Medical device EMC testing
- Medical device safety testing
- Medical device wireless/radio testing
- Medical device regulatory affairs
- Medical device packaging testing
As a comprehensive testing partner, you’ll enjoy the benefit of a single supplier source for all of your testing needs, from mechanical testing and environmental simulation to EMC and wireless device testing.
Preventing Fretting Corrosion of Orthopedic Devices
The human body is a corrosive environment that can compromise the performance of orthopedic devices. The test methods outlined in this article aid in preventing fretting corrosion in your device designs.
Biomechanical Testing of Cadaveric Specimen
Cadaveric biomechanical testing is one of the most beneficial forms of mechanical testing in the medical industry. Our medical device testing experts explain the advantages and challenges of testing with cadaveric specimens.
Evaluation Methods for 3D Printed Implants
Compared to traditional materials, additive manufactured materials require qualifying and validating of the powders, structures, individual printers and overall design, creating additional steps for characterization.