Medical Device Engineering

We cater our medical device development services to fit your needs

Leveraging our R&D experiences will help you accelerate to your exit point.

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Medical Device Engineering

Do you need help developing your product and bringing it to market?

MED Institute has helped medical devices within 42 medical specialties reach markets around the world.

Clinical Services

Inspected to ISO 14155

We provide thoughtful guidance and quality clinical trial services to clients who require expertise in the efficient development of novel medical products and therapies.

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Medical Device Testing

We Maintain Accreditation to ISO 17025

We have over 200 accredited tests and are actively validating new methods.

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Great ideas shouldn’t just sit around in a lab somewhere, or stay locked in an inventor’s mind.

MED Institute began in 1983 as a company to translate medical device ideas from the lab, bench, or back of the napkin into commercial devices. We have considerable history developing and gaining approval on Class III and unique Class II implants. MED has consulted on and helped develop many first to market devices such as the first approved peripheral drug coated stent, the first coronary stent, and many early, second and third generation endovascular implants.

Our cross functional engineers have regulatory and clinical insight giving them awareness of up to date requirements and improving their risk assessment skills, ultimately helping accelerate medical device development of concepts to clinical use in the safest manner possible. Similarly, our cross functional regulatory and clinical staff have front end engineering development experience that helps them identify efficiencies, and avoid pitfalls, thereby accelerating product development.

When you need a team with broad experience and knowledge who really wants to get your medical product idea to the market where it can help patients, we are ready to collaborate.

Contact us to learn more and to discuss what we can do to help guide your project through the medical device product lifecycle.