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25-27 September 2019 | Shanghai,China
2019.07.29 How a New Sensor Could Diagnose Sepsis in 25 Minutes
MIT researchers designed a sensor that could dramatically accelerate the process of diagnosing sepsis, a leading cause of death in U.S. hospitals.
2019.07.25 A Medical Device Worth Sweating Over
A hydration-tracking sweat patch made of flexible electronics that attach to the body recently got a workout, thanks to cadets at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado. This patch is designed to battle dehydration in soldiers, workers, and athletes in the field.
2019.07.09 Exploring the Latest in Sensor Technologies for Medtech
An expert talks about the latest in sensor technology development and shares a few tips on how medical device developers can find the right technology to suit their device.
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2019.07.04 How a Coaxial Alternative Could Make Way for Smaller Catheters
A recent breakthrough in the design of medical device cables is expected to enable a new generation of small, flexible, and intelligent catheters according to Japanese wire and cable supplier Junkosha.
2019.07.02 Can a New Tiny Sensor Really Monitor Heart Cells?
The new device could help pave the way for future embedded devices.
2018.12.25 Predict and Prevent: The Emergence of Real-Time Sensor-Based Care
Wearables are being used for everything from smoking cessation to epilepsy management.
2018.12.12 How a Coaxial Alternative Could Make Way for Smaller Catheters
How a Coaxial Alternative Could Make Way for Smaller Catheters
2018.07.11 Could a Direct-to-Consumer Sensor Improve Adherence?
A sensor-based medication monitoring system that has demonstrated effectiveness in improving patient adherence has received clearance for direct-to-consumer sales.
2018.07.03 Electronics Integration into Disposable and Single-Use Medical Devices
A number of critical factors need to be considered in order to ensure a successful implementation.