Some welding and bonding technologies are best suited to Class III devices, while others offer more to wearables and other non-invasive technologies...
Natural biodynamic systems will be a catalyst for new advances in stem cell research and result in low-cost alternatives to personalized stem cell and generalized medical fitness therapy.
Learn ways to sense hydration level, and build your own simple circuit to experiment with.
Optical sensors represent the most common type of biosensor. This two-part series provides a technical background on how optical techniques are used for bioanalytical applications.
This algorithm performs better than trained cardiologists and can sort through heart data from remote locations where people may not have ready access to doctors.
The reference design uses OmniVision's CameraCubeChip and ASIC to bring visualisation to single-use laryngoscopes and avoid the risky direct-line-of-sight technique and hospital cross-contamination.
Instead of just improving on what has been done, innovations in medical test and measurement look at new ways to collect sensor-based data and act on it.
New devices leverage low-cost sensing technologies and signal processing to develop new ways to non-invasively address medical-instrumentation challenges.
The MAX30034 device can withstand over 100,000 defibrillation pulses and maintain a leakage current under 10pA.
The mobile R&S Scope Rider features a spectrum analyser, a frequency counter and a harmonic analyser for evaluating the quality of power supplies.