PROCEDURES ARE PIONEERED BY LEADERS IN VETERINARY ORTHOPEDICS
WORKSHOPS ARE ENDORSED BY THE REGISTRY OF APPROVED CONTINUING EDUCATION (RACE)
BIOMEDTRIX PROCEDURES QUALIFY FOR REIMBURSEMENT UNDER MOST PET INSURANCE POLICIES
A VETERINARY ORTHOPEDIC COMPANY
BioMedtrix was founded in 1989 with the objective of designing, developing, and manufacturing state-of-the-art veterinary orthopedic implants. Our continuing mission is to provide quality in all aspects of product development, manufacturing, and customer service. Through research sponsorships and collaborations with the world’s foremost surgeons, BioMedtrix continues to support the development of new programs to address veterinary needs.
BioMedtrix is represented in over 95% of the US veterinary teaching universities, selected international universities, and specialty clinics throughout the world. We have over 400 clients which have been using BioMedtrix products with over 20 years of clinical success. This level of support from our customers provides us the opportunity to continue product development.
CERTIFIED VETERINARY HOSPITAL SURGEONS, IN OVER 25 COUNTRIES
COMMON STANDARDS AND ORIGINS WITH HUMAN ORTHOPEDICS
YEARS OF RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE EXPERIENCE
OF US VETERINARY UNIVERSITIES REPRESENT BIOMEDTRIX PROCEDURES
Quality has always been a relative term amongst various medical manufacturers. However, under BioMedtrix operational policies, we maintain quality standards comparable to those used by human orthopedic manufacturers. We adhere to all ASTM specifications for implant materials and maintain standards for articulating surfaces of implants which meet or exceed those specified for human implants. Our manufacturing processes meet the ISO 13485 standard, which defines the international quality management system for medical devices.
With over 36 years of development experience in human and veterinary implants, BioMedtrix has developed proprietary processes and has patents on several designs addressing clinical needs in the canine hip, knee, elbow and trauma. Our research and testing approaches have demonstrated improved product development cycles with designs addressing long-term clinical needs.
Total joint systems require accurate and precise instruments to achieve a preparation capable of long term success with the implants. Reinspection of instrumentation is recommended following every 25 surgical procedures.
The Instrument Calibration Program is a quality control service developed to maintain the accuracy of these instruments.
The program consists of a scheduled return of your instrument set for full quality certification. The turnaround time is approximately two weeks.
In the event a client has a detailed surgical question, BioMedtrix has a panel of surgeons who can provide immediate answers. These surgeons are specialists in veterinary orthopedics, and cumulatively have over 250 years experience in veterinary medicine.
In some instances, an experienced specialist may be available to assist during surgical procedures.
This service is made available to all BioMedtrix certified surgeons.