DRUG-ELUTING ADDITIVELY MANUFACTURED MATERIALS & DEVICES
The Orthopaedic Innovation Centre has patented the combination of antibiotics and polymers manufactured by 3D printing.
The Orthopaedic Innovation Centre has patented the combination of bone-growth promoting compounds and polymers manufactured by 3D printing.
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With our team of surgeons, scientists, engineers, and technologists, we offer a unique combination of testing capabilities and expertise, supporting the medical device industry. Our services range from testing and validation to clinical research services and implant retrieval analysis using our diverse Implant Retrieval Database.
We provide the expertise and integrated testing solutions you need to validate designs, meet regulatory standards, ensure reliable performance, and bring your products to market on time and on budget.
We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, our dedication to quality, and our use of the most up-to-date standards. We strive to develop a relationship with each of our clients in order to better understand how we can help them succeed in their endeavors.
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