Questmed GmbH - German accredited Test Laboratory

Questmed GmbH offers biomechanical laboratory services to medical device manufacturers concerned with the fields of joint replacement, osteosynthesis, dental implants and cardiac devices. We are specialized in static and dynamic mechanical testing of implants and possess experience of decades. Our labatory is capable of almost every tests regarding fatigue and wear of implants, their analyses and documentation.
The Questmed GmbH was founded in 2008 in Greater Berlin. Since 2018 we are also established in Jena/Thuringia.

Accreditation - Certificate

Questmed GmbH is an German accredited test laboratory for medical devices in accordance with DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018.
In the medocal devide sector mutual agreements about the mutual recognition of confomrity assessments are established between European Community and the US, Australia, New Zeeland, Switzerland as well as with ILAC MRA.
A full list of standards our labatory is accredited for can be found here.

Standardization Activities

Our company is an active member and an expert in national and international standardization working groups (DIN, ISO, ASTM) for medical devices.
These standards help to increase the patient safety by providing comparability and reproducibility of medical device performance measurements .
We are activly working on standards for

Christian Abicht

Christian Abicht ( Dipl.-Ing.) is the CEO of Questmed GmbH. He graduatd in electrical engineering at the FSU, and received a PhD in anatomy at the University of Greifswald. Following his academic education he worked as a product development manager for medical devices. Later he went on to found Questmed GmbH and worked at various functions including as quality and genaral manager.

Test Equipment

The test equipment of Questmed GmbH is based on advanced technology. Furthermore, the test equipment is adaptet to the latest standards constantly and we continuously working on the enhancement of the quality of the equipment. Our aim is to achive the verification if the physical resistance of implants in conditions as close as possible to the in-vivo conditions.
We are convinced that physical testing of medical devices improves the security of implants for patients and furthermore that they can contribute to cost reduction in health care service.

We are running one highdynamic multiaxial test system, 17 dynamic test systems up to 10 kN, one knee wear simulator with two banks of three test stations and six multidevice cardiac implant test systems.