Material Testing for Medical Devices for Trauma and Extremities
One of the fastest growing market segments, trauma and extremity devices can be some of the simplest and most complex devices to test. Simple devices such as bone plates and screws are subjected to routine tests such as bending and pullout. Complex devices such as reverse shoulders are subjected to more complex biaxial loading to evaluate loosening, fatigue, and fretting potential at modular junctions. Contact KMT today to discuss the latest industry trends in testing for your next shoulder, elbow, wrist, or ankle. Some commonly tested devices are listed below:
- Total ankle systems
- Bone plates and screws
- Reverse and anatomic shoulder systems
- Small bone systems (foot and ankle, hand plating systems)
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