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Laboratory Services

Cleaning Validations of Reusable Medical Devices

January 21, 2015 12:51 pm | Nelson Laboratories, Inc. | Products

Nelson Laboratories offers a full range of services to validate manufacturers’ cleaning instructions for reusable devices. This includes contamination, cleaning and post-reprocessing effectiveness evaluations. Simulated-use testing practices are employed to simulate actual surgical procedures rather than direct inoculation methods. Options are available to use validated or customized test soils to create clinically relevant conditions. This test complies with AAMI TIR 12, AAMI TIR 30 and the FDA draft guidance document for processing/reprocessing medical devices in health care settings.

LISTED UNDER: Other Contract Services | Clinical Testing | Functional Testing

Disinfection Process Validation

January 21, 2015 12:49 pm | Nelson Laboratories, Inc. | Products

Disinfectant tests are used to validate sanitizing agents for effectiveness against organisms, which is an increasing area of concern to manufacturers and regulatory agencies. Materials tested typically include household and industrial disinfectants, sporicides, fungicides and hand sanitizers. Disinfectant testing is conducted per many different standards including AOAC Chapter 6 tests, ASTM E 2315, USP General Chapter 1072 and ASTM E 26140. We are highly experienced in performing general disinfectant efficacy tests to establish kinetic kill curves for a large variety or organisms.

LISTED UNDER: Laboratory Services | Laboratory Testing | Material Testing

Validation, Testing, and Regulatory Consulting Services

June 17, 2014 12:39 am | by MDT Staff | Nelson Laboratories, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

Nelson Laboratories announced the expansion of its services with the addition of a dedicated Technical Consulting Services group for MedTech companies. Technical Consulting Services encompasses product development...

LISTED UNDER: Regulatory Affairs | Biocompatibility Testing | Clinical Testing
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