Medical Device Validation Testing
Medical Engineering Technologies (MET) is the destination for medical and combination device batch release and design validation testing. Clients from across the globe have found our laboratory services to be rapid, precise, and extremely effective. MET has successfully delivered testing to medical device and pharmaceutical companies in over 20 countries across Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, and the USA. We knowledgeably, reliably, and effectively deliver medical device and packaging validation, and are a world leading CRO for combination device and pre-filled syringe testing.
Our services include: biocompatibility and chemical characterisation; dose delivery accuracy; formulation stability; mechanical performance; reference listed drug comparisons; sterile barrier verification; and lots of good advice. With accreditation to ISO 17025 for validation testing, and working to the principles of GMP guidance for batch release testing, you can have complete confidence in the quality and accuracy of our results.
Medical devices are the focus of all our testing and our area of expertise. Our technicians start with a product review and risk analysis, then they can draw up a protocol. This may be for quick verification testing or for a complete stability programme. Project plans are also submitted to clients. Our team will feel like an extension of yours, and our communication channels will always be open. Reporting may be at the end of a short project or at each stage of a longer study.
Get in contact with MET, we will make sure that your project moves forward rapidly and in the right direction.
Find out why Medical Engineering Technologies are at the forefront of medical device testing, and why we are the best partner for you when it comes to product claims and regulatory submissions.
Our UK laboratories house a diverse range of test facilities. Projects range from design verification of catheters and dressings to longitudinal stability studies for performance and safety assessments of delivery devices and implants. Capabilities include sterile barrier validation, mechanical performance testing and chemical characterisation through extractables and leachables.