Element’s medical device testing experts are exhibiting at this year’s Medical Device & Manufacturing (MD&M) conference on October 23-24 in Minneapolis, MN.
Meet our medical device testing experts, learn about the latest technologies, research developments and testing solutions in the industry, and engage in meaningful face-to-face networking opportunities.
About the event
MD&M Minneapolis is designed for medical device engineers and innovators. The event connects attendees with experts across the MedTech industry, including leaders in 3D printing, robotics, plastics manufacturing and more.
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 comprehensive range of services offered for the medical device industry, including:
- Orthopedic and spine device testing
- Cardiovascular device testing
- Implantable, diagnostic and therapeutic equipment testing
- Microbiological testing
- Medical additive manufacturing testing
- Accelerated shelf life testing
- Medical device EMC testing
- Medical device wireless/radio testing
- Medical device regulatory affairs
Ready to meet with one of our experts? Complete the form below and we will contact you to schedule an on-site meeting at the show.
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