The UK company provides testing and validation of medical devices, consumables and packaging. They are looking to offer their expertise to with medical devices developers and manufacturers or via a services agreement work in cooperation with other medical testing laboratories.
The UK medical device testing laboratory is ISO 17025 accredited and staffed by engineers and scientists with experience in a wide variety of medical devices. Services include; protocol development; laboratory testing and data analysis. They can support performance testing requirements; provide chemical analyses and sterile barrier verification. The variety of tests they offer includes many physical tests and chemical analyses. The devices tested are varied: dispensing systems, implants, e-cigarettes, syringes and needles, medical pouches and blisters, etc Some of their speciality areas are: Accelerated ageing Biocompatibility Infusion system testing Lubricant and condom testing Mammary implant testing Materials characterisation (ISO 10993-18, ISO 10993-13) NIS (network information service) testing Packaging testing Transit simulation Vascular device testing Wound dressing performance testing Their process begins with understanding the device and carrying out a risk analysis. This information is combined with the 'product claims' to develop a design validation testing plan which is then efficiently implemented providing the data to support your product launch.
Innovations and advantages
The company started delivering laboratory analysis in 1997. Their services are accredited to ISO 17025. They have successfully delivered design validation services in: Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe and the USA. supporting clients from 16 countries during 2014. They offer comprehensive support for medical device developers and manufacturers. The company relies on scientific and engineering knowledge combined with a thorough understanding of medical devices.
Market application codes
05007001 Disposable products
Type of partner sought
The UK company is interested in outsourcing their expertise to medical devices developers and manufacturers. They would be interested in working in cooperation with other medical testing laboratories offering complementary services.