Join us at the Anaheim Convention Center from February 11-13 to learn how Element’s extensive range of testing services can help you bring innovative medical device technology to the marketplace.
About the event
Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) connects thousands of advanced design and manufacturing professionals in Anaheim, CA for North America’s largest annual medtech conference. At the conference, you can test drive new technologies, find suppliers for all of your sourcing needs, and engage in educational sessions and demos with other like-minded manufacturers.
Join us at booth #1686
Element’s market-leading capabilities in medical device testing leverage global expertise to provide a single source supply for small start-up ventures, to large blue-chip manufacturers.
As a comprehensive medical device testing partner, you’ll enjoy the benefit of a single source supplier for all of your testing needs, from feasibility and R&D to product development and production quality control. We offer a full suite of medical device testing, including mechanical testing, product qualification, material characterization and microbiological evaluation.
Book a meeting
Schedule an on-site meeting with one of our experts to learn more about how we can help you to develop better products, save time and money, and minimize potential risk to your business.
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.
EMC Testing for Medical Devices
Element is the solution to satisfy your compliance needs throughout the development cycle of your Class I, II, and III electronic medical devices.
Test Protocol for Medical Devices
A protocol and plan will mitigate your risk, prevent confusion, set clear expectations, and preserve the necessary information for future reference and use.
Transcatheter Mitral Valve Axial Fatigue Testing
While pulsatile durability testing is often the primary test that comes to mind, axial fatigue testing of valve repair components serves as a very useful tool in characterizing the durability of individual devices.