Medical Textiles Case Studies
Tissue Bank – Allograft
A Tissue Bank approached J-Pac Medical to provide a customized sieve/filter fabricated from medical grade textile mesh to be utilized in a specific tissue demineralization process
Current practice required engineers to fabricate a commercial mesh as needed to enable the particular process step.
The company wished to implement a quality improvement by upgrading to a medical grade mesh, and also to redesign and validate a process to provide the needed sieve/filter.
J-Pac Medical identified an appropriate mesh alternative for the company, and also suggested specific fabrication methods that enabled the redesign and implementation of an improved sieve/filter.
This component is provided in a double barrier pouch put-up, and is terminally sterilized via Eto by J-Pac Medical.
The company improved tissue quality and regulatory compliance by ensuring medical grade processing, biocompatibility, and lot traceability.
A Medical Device company with a broad presence in the soft tissue repair surgical segment came to J-Pac with a challenge to manufacture a 3-Dimensional shaped, multi-component textile implant.
The company had prototyped the product, but had failed to find a suitable manufacturer after a global search.
J-Pac Medical provided the tooling, equipment and validated processes to pressure form and assemble the textile implant, as well as provide it with a custom edge treatment designed to enhance tissue passage and reduce particulate.
The implant was provided to the customer in a tray/lid primary package put-up, also manufactured by J-Pac Medical.
The company achieved first to market status with an innovative design that became the leading mesh technology in the market.
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