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Laboratory Expansion

LexaMed is pleased to announce the expansion of its FDA-registered, ISO 13485 certified laboratory operation to include the testing of fabrics used to manufacture gowns and drapes for the healthcare market.

MD&M Florida 2013

LexaMed exhibited at the MD&M Florida Exposition and Conference on March 16-17, 2013 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Please click here to find out more about the Convention Center.

Addition to Growth-Chek Product Line

LexaMed is pleased to announce an addition to our BEC Growth-Chek™ Microbial Suspension product line: Pseudomonas aeruginosa. P. aeruginosa is a Gram-negative rod that is specified as a required challenge organism for USP growth promotion evaluations.

LexaMed Expands Testing Capabiltiies

LexaMed has expanded our testing capabilities to include the following assays: Antimicrobial Preservative Effectiveness (USP <51>) USP <61> Microbiological Examination of Non-sterile products: Microbial Enumeration Tests USP <62> Microbiological Examination of Non-sterile products: Tests for Specific Microorganisms

Laboratory Upgrades

LexaMed is pleased to announce the completion of upgrades to its corporate laboratories in Toledo, Ohio. The improvements include new dedicated air handling systems and construction of additional laboratories – all designed to support the expanding product offerings and laboratory capabilities in order to better service clients’ needs.

LexaMed Develops Strategic Partnership

LexaMed, a FDA-registered, ISO 13485 certified consulting and contract laboratory organization, has developed a strategic working relationship with Steel Rule Diemasters (SRD) (Web Site: www.steel-rule-die.com/) to provide validated die cleaning, packaging and sterilization processes compliant with FDA and ISO standards and guidelines.

LexaMed Expands Growth-Chek Product Line

LexaMed is pleased to announce an addition to our BEC Growth-ChekTM Microbial Suspension product line: Staphylococcus aureus. S. aureus is a Gram-positive coccus that has recently been specified as a required challenge organism for USP growth promotion evaluations.