The designs behind bone screws and spinal devices are constantly being improved to benefit society. For instance, the Chalmers University of Technology developed a new implant that fixes functionality of the middle ear. While these innovations benefit patients, they must first be tested to determine efficacy and safety. Metallic bone screws must be tested according to ASTM F543, a form of axial-torsion testing. ADMEToffers the biomedical sector the eXpert 8000 Series Axial-Torsion Testing Machines for meeting all requirements of ASTM F543. Read more.
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