To give you an insight into our services for diagnostic reagents, we’ve put together a quick video that tells you all the key information you need to know. You’ll also get to see how our team of experts work within our factory, as well as our state-of-the-art facilities. Continue reading to learn more, or jump straight to the bottom to watch the video now!
What is the Diagnostic Reagents Video About?
As you watch the video, you’ll see the stages we go through when fulfilling an order of diagnostic reagents, from working in our cleanroom facility to bottling products and placing them into heat-sealed pouches, to loading batches into shipping containers.
In addition to seeing our state-of-the-art facilities, you’ll also hear more about what our diagnostic reagents service includes. In the video, we explain:
- What we’re able to manufacture, from IVD to testing reagents
- What facilities we use to manufacture diagnostic reagents
- The level to which we filter down our reagents
- How we ensure the products are packed safely
- How we protect products with a short shelf life from degradation
We also explain which ISO Standards we’re accredited to. Of the three we mention, ReAgent is particularly proud to hold the ISO 13485 Standard for Medical Devices, demonstrating that we comply with strict quality requirements for products used in medical devices.
Additionally, we adhere to the directives, regulations, and responsibilities set out by the Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, giving you peace of mind that the diagnostic reagents we manufacture and supply meet stringent quality and safety requirements.
Watch the video in full below, or check out this page for a detailed overview of our diagnostic reagents services!
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