A non-invasive brain-computer interface detects completely locked-in patients’ responses by measuring changes in blood oxygen levels in the brain.
The module integrates an audio DSP, EEPROM memory and a radio IC into a single package, according to On Semiconductor.
Michael Dunn sums up medtech products that could be 2017 newsmakers, including Qualcomm's version of the *tricorder* from *Star Trek*.
Kyocera has shrunk an optical blood-flow sensor to fit wearables and mobile devices.
Less than an inch small and stabilising up to 500V rated voltage, the MM series MLCCs can take on various life or non-life-support medical devices.
The heart rate and oxygen level monitoring is achieved through the transmission and detection of green and red light.
The U.S. military sees value in the technology improving mission efficiency through real-time monitoring of combat soldier health status.
It’s been in the making for years, and now it’s hitting the market: the motorised prosthetic LUKE arm.
ADI’s AD7768 series includes a power scalable modulator and digital filter on each channel to enable the synchronised, precise measurement of both AC and DC signals in instrumentation applications.
The MQ series MLCCs promise the reliability performance needed by electronic life support applications such as: pacemakers, implantable cardioverter-defibrillators and neuromodulation devices.