We have experience testing a variety of vascular and surgical devices. Whether evaluating design feasibility, generating specifications, or using validated methods in preparation for regulatory submission, we can help develop customized test methods and protocols, perform testing, and provide comprehensive reports. Combining review and analysis of patient scans with 3D-printed custom anatomical models, we help guide you to the right design targets.
Review our anatomical model development capabilities.
The JI and our collaborators have extensive experience with pre-clinical in vivo vascular and neurological disease models. Safety and efficacy studies can be GLP or non-GLP compliant, depending on the stage of product development.
Our wet labs and cross-disciplinary team enable testing with human tissue. We offer perfused, non-perfused, and excised cadaveric tissue studies, in addition to testing with clinical specimens.
Our reconfigurable simulated operating suite and testing labs are set up for everything from qualitative device benchmarking to quantitative pressure and flow measurement with simulated waveforms, to mechanical and rheological characterization of device components and biological tissues.
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The Jacobs Institute is focused on accelerating the research, design, development and manufacture of innovative high-quality, clinically relevant engineering solutions and products to impact the treatment of vascular, neurological, and related diseases.
We are registered to ISO 13495:2016 by SRI Quality System Registrar. Learn more about our quality management system