Contact lens infections can lead to bacterial keratitis and red eye irritation. Also, in severe cases, infections caused by contact lenses can lead to blindness. Extended wear contact lenses therefore exacerbate these problems.
Perfectus Biomed can assess the both the antimicrobial and anti-biofilm efficacy of your product. We offer a range of testing methods and can therefore carry out testing on:
- Contact lens solutions
- Antimicrobial coated lenses
- Silica lenses
- Hydrogel lenses
- Contact lens coatings
- Surface structure in relation to microbial attachment
- Protein accumulation in relation to microbial attachment
Perfectus Biomed use appropriate pathogens to carry out testing. If you require testing on a product that is not listed above then please contact us to discuss this.
Standard Test Methods that we Offer
We offer a range a standard test methodologies including:
- ISO 14729: Microbiological requirements and test methods for products and regimens for hygienic management of contact lenses
- ISO 14730: Antimicrobial preservative efficacy testing
Our library of test organism includes…
Choose from our library of test organism including standard reference strains, clinical isolates and environmental isolates.
Single or mixed species assays containing:
Enterococcus faecium (VRE)
Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA and MSSA)
WHO Priority organisms.
Other- please ask.
- Perfectus Biomed awarded funding from the National Biofilms Innovation Centre (NBIC)
- Perfectus Biomed are sponsoring BioInfect 2018
- Perfectus Biomed are attending the Lab Innovations Conference
- Perfectus Biomed are exhibiting at Wounds UK
- Perfectus Biomed are exhibiting at SAWC Fall 2018
- Perfectus Biomed attending the in-cosmetics Formulation Summit
- Perfectus Biomed exhibiting at Wounds Australia
- Perfectus Biomed have successfully maintained UKAS Accreditation
- Perfectus Biomed exhibiting at the 11th annual IPS Conference 2018
- FDA Guidance on Infection Control in Dental Unit Waterlines