By Gil Zweig, President, Glenbrook Technologies
Over the years, FDA has issued a number of documents that provide guidance for industry and FDA staff, with sections that address the application of x-ray inspection procedures in the testing of medical devices. The particular focus of these documents has been on cardiovascular devices, which include intravascular stents and associated delivery systems.
Document number 1545, issued in 2010, addresses non-clinical engineering tests and …….
The patented x-ray imaging technology developed by Glenbrook Technologies has been recognized by Wiki as a decidedly new and advanced fluoroscopic technology, distinct from conventional digital imaging and demagnification fluoroscopy.
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Our US Congressman from NJ’s 11 district, Rodney Frelinghuysen visited our company, Glenbrook Technologies today. It was a very
relaxed and informative presentation by Gil, our fearless leader. Congressman Frelinghuysen asked our employees lots of questions as he was interested in them
individually – what they do, where they come from, etc. I am sorry that everyone wasn’t in today, but here is a photo of our group.
Glenbrook Technologies is honored to announce that the FDA has chosen Glenbrook’s “JewelBox” real-time x-ray inspection system for their advanced analytical laboratory in Silver Spring, MD. The applications will include the study and analysis of medical devices.
Glenbrook’s x-ray systems, employing Glenbrook’s patented magnification fluoroscopy technology, have also been chosen by The Center for Disease Control and the CIA.
Steven Zweig, VP of Sales and Joe Rance of Abstract Electronics in Clearwater, Florida
Abstract Electronics has just added a Glenbrook x-ray system as
part of the component authenticity program.
Mr. Shing Leung, General Manager of Glenbrook Hong Kong at World Micro in Malaysia.