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The flexible sensor system enables simultaneous monitoring of all players on a given team.
Thanks primarily to its ease of use, USB has become the backbone for wired data connectivity in a wide range of medical electronics devices. In particular, portable and home-based healthcare monitoring devices have benefited from the “plug-and-play” simplicity of USB connections.
Millions of Americans use medical devices on a daily basis to live better and longer. There’s no doubt that new and innovative devices are having a huge, and sometimes life-saving impact. Why then have medical device recalls increased substantially in the last 10 years? According to a recent U.S.
NASA, NIH, and CASIS teams are conducting experiments, such as T cell activation and osteocytes studies, at the U.S. national lab portion of the International Space Station.
The M2M solution for GHS employees with diabetes is currently being used on a pilot basis.
Some of the best new technologies and devices for the medical industry are coming from companies outside the medical establishment.
Medical devices, implantables in particular, need components that are the best of the best. Companies that are well established in other industries are now adding their expertise to create innovative medical devices.
NIH-funded I-Corps offers biomedical business training to companies, enabling them to recognize commericalizable products and technologies.
Metal tool cores made with additive methods can get pricey, but the savings in cycle time may outweigh conventional tooling.
3D-printed metal molds cool parts faster, improve quality, and cut scrap and costs.