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The future of wearables is medical

Wearable technology and medical devices have many prominent synergies. Electronic devices on the body are perfectly placed for sensors to collect data relevant to healthcare, with communication ... more

Making small intestine endoscopy faster with a pill-sized high-tech camera

Greater resolution, sharper images, and more efficient diagnostic processes – this is the promise of an endoscopy capsule developed by Fraunhofer IZM to allow more detailed small intestine ... more

Less haste, more speed: the fine balance of delivering on time in medical electronics

Electronic medical devices are a big business

And they are set to get bigger. Recent estimates suggest that the global medical electronics market will reach $4.41 billion USD by 2022, achieving a ... more

Nypro collaborates with Critical Manufacturing for the medical market

Critical Manufacturing, provider of future-ready Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) designed to augment the operability of smart factories in a push for Industry 4.0, has announced it has been ... more

Changing a century old paradigm for patients with type 1 diabetes

Diabetes mellitus, commonly known as diabetes, is a condition characterised by high blood sugar. In a healthy individual, blood sugar is regulated by insulin, a hormone that is produced by the beta ... more

Wideblue announces an array of technologies for the medical market

High capacitance MLCCs for High-Rel medical and military applications from Novacap

Following Med-tech 2019, Wideblue has announced a number of products for uses in the medical industry. With the sector easily forgotten amidst the innovations present in IoT and automotive markets, ... more
Medical and military applications where a high capacitance value is required should consider the Novacap branded MLCCs from Knowles Precision Devices (KPD). Comparable circuit designs can be achieved ... more

Medical devices are copping a new material

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized copper as the world’s leading anti-bacterial metal. This has led to a number of uses and opportunities for copper in medical applications. ... more

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