Medical Device Efficacy Testing
Antimicrobial medical devices such as antibiotic-impregnated catheters and chlorhexidine-containing PICC lines are a critical tool in the fight against healthcare-associated infections. Microchem laboratory has experience designing studies and testing antimicrobial devices for FDA. We can help speed your project to completion.
Microchem offers a variety of tests for medical devices. Most studies are tailored to particular devices. The lab is an excellent choice for companies that wish to evaluate the performance of antimicrobial devices such as catheters, ports, and wound dressings. The methods listed below are just a sampling of our capabilities:
- Device Reprocessing Validation Studies
- ISO 22196 (Antimicrobial Medical Devices)
- Microbial Ingress Test
- Antimicrobial Efficacy Testing for Wound Dressings
- Custom Medical Device Studies
- CDC Duodenoscope Surveillance Sampling
If your company makes a medical device and is considering adding antimicrobial benefits, please contact the laboratory for a free consultation and pricing guidance.