All Vitrolife products are subjected to a comprehensive quality control program designed for human embryos. Our customers must know that they can rely on our products and this is guaranteed through extensive testing and high lot-to-lot consistency.
Our manufacturing processes and thorough testing are well-documented.
In fact, our quality control program has been a leading industry standard
for 20 years and remains a cornerstone of our business.
We secure stable and reliable raw material deliveries by evaluating our suppliers several times a year. Besides quality we also review criteria such as delivery precision, expertise level and code of ethics.
Choosing a reliable supplier is vital, but raw material lots can still vary over time. To eliminate variations, we always perform extensive testing on all raw material lots. Only material that has been approved by our QC team is released to production.
Our manufacturing environment and processes meet the highest standards to ensure consistently high quality of the final product. Our quality system is regularly audited by external authorities from all over the world and we are ISO 14001:2004, ISO 13485:2003/2012, ISO 9001:2008 certified.
Quality is truly a cornerstone in our work and we are pleased welcome you on tour inside our manufacturing:Watch production movie
All our products are tested to guarantee they meet your demands for function, safety and efficiency.
Order handling, storage and distribution have been perfected over many years to ensure product integrity and reliable delivery all the way to your clinic.
Ready-to-use products from Vitrolife with performance guaranteed by our extensive quality program and stringent testing will save you time and effort.
We utilise the MEA to screen all materials used in the manufacturing process as well as for testing finished products. The release criteria for the MEA exceed the standards provided by regulatory agencies and meet the standards expected by our customers. Our MEA is designed as a diagnostic tool and not simply a regulatory requirement for release.Learn more about how we perform MEA