COMPANY

WHO WE ARE

MEDRIK DYNAMIC TECHNOLOGY is a contract Research and Development
company in biomedical engineering, specialized in the design, development and
optimization of implantable medical devices

We use numerical simulation, 3D/4D mathematical modelling, and uid and
structural mechanics to design innovative and complex devices.
With our expertise, we study the behaviour and performance of the device as well as
its impact on blood ow, to reduce implantation risks and optimize the device.
Our company is located in a biomedical innovation technology platform in the CHU of
Pessac and the University of Bordeaux. This allows us to have access to the
necessary equipment to carry out our tests and validations.
To meet regulatory requirements and to bring rigour, satisfaction and condence to
our customers and employees, MDT is engaged in an ISO 13485 certication
process.

CHU DE BORDEAUX

We work in collaboration with the Bordeaux University Hospital due to our presence within the PTIB: Technological Platform for Biomedical Innovation.

VIRGINIA TECH

We are currently working in collaboration with Virginia Tech on the development of a test bench.

FRENCHTECH BORDEAUX

We are part of this French cluster that represents and supports the most promising innovative French start-ups

UNIVERSITYOFBORDEAUX

We collaborate with the University in order to allow one of their students to participate in one of our customer R&D projects.

ARTS ET MÉTIERS PARISTECH

Following the same principle as the University of Bordeaux, our partnership with Arts et Métiers ParisTech consists of sharing expertise under contract.

ANSYS

We use Ansys software daily to perform our simulations and CFDs.

OUR ANSWER

  • Medrik models the functioning of living organs and analyses the mechanics of the fluids and the structures that make up a human or an animal organ.
  • Our simulations are performed to evaluate the relevance of the location and the dimensions of a device developed and implanted in a specific organ.
  • Our objective is to propose an innovative approach in order to boost and optimise existing biomedical technologies.