SOURCE: Dynatek dalta

April 07, 2006 12:07 ET

Dynatek's Matt Thompson to Present at 2006 RMBS Meeting

SPRINGFIELD, MO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 7, 2006 -- Matt Thompson is to present a paper at the Rocky Mountain Bioengineering Symposium on April 8, 2006, evaluating the expansion characteristics of silicone mock arteries at frequencies from 5 to 100 Hz. Of particular interest is the magnitude of expansion along the length of the tubes versus frequency, as well as the impact of single versus double-ended high frequency pressurization. In general, results indicate asymmetric expansion along the length of the tubes which changes with frequency.

The paper is published at a time when Dynatek's services are being expanded to accommodate client requirements for faster and more versatile testing. Faster testing demands a more rigorous R&D approach to ensure relevant results in medical device testing.

To view the paper and to learn more about Dynatek's testing services, visit our site at

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With over 20 years of experience, Dynatek leads the world in testing of cardiac and vascular devices. Dynatek's bench-top testing has consistently demonstrated the ability to predict clinical failures prior to clinical evaluation. This adds confidence to the safety and effectiveness of the tested product, and may prevent costly clinical failures.

From the introduction of the standard-setting M6 heart valve tester to the newly released Coating Durability Tester, Dynatek continually pushes forward with innovative thinking for custom-designed testing equipment and services. Dynatek's team specializes in developing testers and testing protocols designed for the specific needs of each client.

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