Your partner for medical device testing, certification, and global market access.
The medical industry is rapidly adopting new technology which enables better communication and performance of products and systems to improve patient safety.
Electronic devices used in medical environments have important safety and performance requirements not only to ensure safety and compatibility with other critical care equipment, but also to reduce unacceptable risk to patients. As a result, medical device regulations continuously change leaving manufacturers to face a number of compliance challenges.
Eurofins | MET Labs is a one-stop-shop for electrical product safety, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), and FDA submissions for medical devices to verify compliance with major standards including 60601, ISO 14708, and international regulations.
Get your medical device to market faster and easier with Eurofins| MET Labs the Nation’s first NRTL, leading National Certification Body (NCB), and CB Testing Laboratory (CBTL) in the IECEE CB scheme.
Why Eurofins | MET Labs
Our Medical Device Testing services
With over 100 years of product safety and electromagnetic compatibility expertise, together Eurofins MET Labs and Eurofins Medical Device Testing helps you navigate complexities in medical device compliance. From testing & certification to global market access, we help you bring your product to market faster and more cost-effectively. As part of the Eurofins global testing network, we can provide an end-to-end solution for all of your testing and compliance
Medical Device testing evaluates a medical product’s performance and safety to ensure safety for patients and operators, while simultaneously evaluating the cost-benefit of existing hazards and potential benefits. Medical Device testing consists of a series of safety and EMC tests are performed to prove that a product will not suffer from interference in the applicable medical environment and will prevent unacceptable risks to patients.
A risk assessment is also performed by the manufacturer and submitted to a test laboratory in the form of a risk management document. This document provides evidence that a manufacturers has considered all potential hazards and mitigated associated risks to the highest degree possible. The general testing requirements for most electronic medical devices can be found inside the IEC 60601 standard family.