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Medical Device Testing: Internal Fixation vs. External Fixation

External fixation is a surgical treatment used to set bone fractures in which a cast would not allow proper alignment of the fracture. An example of a standard test for external fixation is ASTM F1541. Internal fixation involves the surgical ...

By |March 23rd, 2012|Testing Issues|Comments Off on Medical Device Testing: Internal Fixation vs. External Fixation

BioTense Bioreactor used in Northeastern University Cornea Research

Northeastern University engineering professor Jeffrey Ruberti and his research colleagues are breaking new ground in the technique known as "hybrid tissue engineering" by attempting to control the behavior of human cells such that they can be induced t...

By |February 15th, 2012|Testing Issues|Comments Off on BioTense Bioreactor used in Northeastern University Cornea Research

ADMET to exhibit at NASS- North American Spine Society in Chicago

Chicago, IL- November 2, 2011 – ADMET, Inc., a provider of integrated materials testing systems, is showcasing their line of single, dual, and biaxial testing systems at the North American Spine Society’s 26th Annual Meeting in Booth#1747. ...

By |October 27th, 2011|News|Comments Off on ADMET to exhibit at NASS- North American Spine Society in Chicago

How to Guide- ASTM F543- Test Method for Metallic Bone Screws

This is a summary and how to guide for ASTM F543 Standard Specification and Test Methods for Metallic Bone Screws. ASTM F543 is a testing standard used by the medical device industry to perform quality control assessments on the manufacturing and handl...

By |August 22nd, 2011|Test How To's|Comments Off on How to Guide- ASTM F543- Test Method for Metallic Bone Screws
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