Mechanical testing of pharmaceutical products consists of pill crush testing, peel testing on hard and flexible packages, syringe glide force testing, testing auto-injectors and vials, as well as testing of drug delivery systems such as inhalers and transdermal patches.
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Hospital and surgical products are often consumable and designed for one-time patient use, such as catheters, guide wires, intravenous lines, tubing, and an assortment of wound closure products such as bandages, sutures, and staples that require mechanical testing to ensure product quality.
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Implantable devices take many forms from cardiovascular, endovascular, neurovascular stenting and associated delivery systems to heart valves and pacemakers, through to auditory and ocular implants, such as intraocular or contact lenses. Mechanical testing takes many forms, from static tensile or compressive testing of the constituent metals and alloys, compression or flexural testing of complete devices, through to fatigue of stent materials and dynamic simulation of pressure pulsation.
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Dynamic Cut Through Test measures the resistance of a wire insulation to the penetration of cutting surface.
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Terminal Strength Shear Stress Fixture
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4 Point Bend Fixture for Glass Testing
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