The mechanical safety of a medical device must be demonstrated via preclinical mechanical testing.
For planning and evaluation of the test results, the following questions have to be answered:
- Which tests are to be performed?
- Are standard test procedures applicable or do individual test procedures have to be developed?
- How does an individual test procedure have to be structured so that it provides valid results?
- What should be the number of samples per test (sample size)?
- With which implant sizes should the tests be performed and how can the worst case size be defined?
- How do the mechanical test results have to be interpreted?
- Where are the acceptance criteria?
- Does the implant meet the individual mechanical requirements?
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