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Medical Device Testing, Inspection & Certification

With Sanray as your comprehensive medical device partner, you’ll enjoy the benefit of one-stop-shop to all your testing needs, from feasibility and R&D to product development, quality control and risk management.

With the rapid adoption of new technology in the medical industry enabling better communication and performance of products and systems to improve patient safety, medical device regulations continuously change leaving manufacturers to face a number of compliance challenges. There are important safety and performance requirements for electronic devices used in medical environments to not only ensure safety and compatibility with other critical care equipment, but also to reduce unacceptable risk to patients.

Sanray offers a complete set of medical device testing including mechanical testing, product qualification, material characterization and microbiological evaluation. By partnering with us, you can get your medical device tested and into the hands of customers faster than ever before. Medical device manufacturers collaborate with us to develop product assurance and regulatory solutions for testing, inspection and certification.

Regulatory Requirements for Medical Equipment
Bring your medical device to market with a partner who can help you navigate regulatory requirements.

Medical Product Testing Solutions
Get quicker and cost-effective access to your target markets with electrical, software and mobile application testing solutions for your medical devices.

Environmental & Regulatory Services
Comply with health and international regulatory requirements and restrictions (RoHS) and avoid unnecessary penalties, delayed clearances etc.

Scientific Support Services
We support you through all stages of development and manufacturing by testing medical devices and materials including safety assessment through extractables/leachables.

Clinical Research Services
Multi-disciplined clinical teams who provide robust and compliant clinical trials for low risk medical devices.

 
 
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