Organa is committed to delivering accurate products that precisely mimic the mechanical properties of human tissue.
We work closely with our customers to ensure we deliver the exact properties required for testing.
See examples of past clients here.
Tactile Heart, Aorta and Lungs for ATACC Group
'Organa supplied us with real sized heart, pericardium, aorta and lung models to use in our thoracotomy procedure training. It has brought another dimension of realism to our already hyper realistic training environment, and the organ models have been a real hit with the paramedics we train.'
Dr Mark Forrest, Founder of the Advanced Trauma and Critical Care Group
Brain Phantom for Electrode Stimulation R&D
'For my PhD experiments, Organa created a brain phantom that mimics the electrical conductivity and mechanical properties of real brain. I am currently using the phantom to test electrode stimulation for the medical device I am developing, which has saved me a lot of time and funding compared to pursuing animal trials.
Thank you, Organa!'
Jiyoon Kim, PhD Candidate, Imperial College London
Tissue phantom for medical device implantation R&D
We requested a tissue phantom from Organa to test the fixation of our implantable medical device. The adipose-muscle model Organa created mimicked the tissue stiffness and allowed us to perform benchtop tests of our prototype to validate the suturing technique applied. Organa's services were prompt and just what we needed!
Dr James Moore, Professor of Bioengineering at Imperial College London
Brain Phantom for Ultrasound Testing R&D
The brain phantom created for our ultrasound testing purposes is made from a unique material that mimics mechanical properties relevant to surgery (stress-relaxation and fracture toughness). This allows the model to behave incredibly accurately during surgical procedures and is the ideal candidate for modelling its mechanical deformation under complex loading regimes. Amazingly, the team at Organa was also able to include a differentiated tumoural mass from a patient-specific MRI model, which allowed it to be seen clearly through ultrasound. The tumour was also differentiated by colour, aiding visualisation during the resection procedure. We were extremely happy with the result, which enabled the completion of the Master's project within time and budget.
Ali Rezaei Haddad, Founder of NeuroNavAi