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Medical Device Experts

The medical device experts at Robson Forensic include a cohort of highly qualified biomedical engineers, as well as experts in toxicology and immunology. Our qualified team of experts can analyze the design and manufacture of a device, as well as the installation and potential adverse health reactions.

Design, Manufacture, and Installation of Medical Devices

Robson Forensic experts in biomechanical engineering and toxicology have developed and implemented a complete protocol for cases involving medical devices. From the collection of tissue samples and coordinating trace metal blood and urine analysis, to retrieval, analysis, and storage of explanted devices, the engineers and scientists at Robson Forensic can efficiently manage the scientific aspects of your device cases.

Our medical device experts analyze cases involving device failures, as well as patients’ adverse tissue reactions to medical device products.

Casework Includes:

  • Instruments, Implants and Assistive Devices
  • Premarket & Postmarket Mechanical Testing
  • Premarket & Postmarket Wear Testing
  • Kinematic & Kinetic Testing of Human Movement
  • Foreseeable Use and Misuse
  • Design Safety Assurance
  • Product Warnings
  • Device Performance Requirements
  • FDA Submissions & Recalls
  • Autoimmune & Chronic Inflammatory Diseases
  • Allergies and other Hypersensitivity Reactions

Medical Device Evidence & Testing

Robson Forensic offers a fully appointed medical device and biological laboratory to assist clients with managing the storage and inspection of medical products, equipment, and biological samples. Our highly trained professionals can assist clients through the entire process, from the retrieval of evidence, through storage and inspection. Visit our Biological Laboratory page for more information.

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Thursday, January 21, 2021
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While a significant portion of all hospital-acquired pressure injuries are related to medical devices, it can be difficult to determine if the skin breakdown occurred due to the actions and/or…