ASTM F2267 advises on in vitro axial-compression tests to compare fusion implants used in spinal intervertebral body fusion devices.
To follow ASTM F2516-14, the Advanced Video Extensometer allows for accurate strain measurement of Nitinol wire for biomedical uses without common failures.
While observing ASTM F2606, use a three-point bend fixture and an element to minimize friction in testing the flexibility of balloon expandable vascular stents.
After orthopedic reconstructive surgery, metallic bone plates need to help the bone heal while supporting the bone segments, and flexural fatigue testing is needed.
Automatic extensometers provide the most accuracy for tensile and cyclic testing of delicate Nitinol wire used in the biomedical industry.
Many soft tissues, such as skin or collagen, are delicate specimens with low ultimate strength values and require a testing system to be highly sensitive to low-force measurements and small displacements.
A BioBox temperature chamber can solve the problem of a simulated natural environment for testing medical materials that cannot be placed in a fluid bath.
Orthopedic micro-implants used to treat bone problems and soft tissue injuries need to be tested in simulated loading conditions to prevent failure.
Stent grafts reduce the chance of risk in treating aneurysms, and their radial force can be tested to minimize movement with a RX675.
Tests to determine the bond strength and tensile adhesion of materials in restorative dentistry can be created using a 5900, 3300, or ElectroPuls test instrument.