中国国际医疗器械设计与制造技术展览会(Medtec China)2018

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14-16 September 2020 | SWEECC H2&H4

R&D & Design

2020.02.21
This heart valve can adapt as a child grows

Boston Children’s Hospital is touting a new design that could allow children to maintain the same prosthetic heart valve until adulthood, which could also benefit adults with heart valve defects.



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2020.01.14
Options for Reducing Friction When Using Silicone Elastomers

Silicone has a long and proven history of use with medical devices and can provide many benefits, from flexibility to cushioning. When working with some medical devices, however, silicones can present challenges due to an inherent surface tack.



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2020.01.13
Cost-Effective Interconnects for Autoclaved Medical Devices

The medical market is becoming more and more impacted by influences of emerging market mega trends including expanding global markets, where products must be made to meet the economic and supply needs of the local area; aging populations, which drive the need for increasing availability of high-quality and affordable medical devices; and the trend toward reusing products, where possible, addressing the growing issue of waste and limitations on recycling.



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2020.01.06
Using 24 GHz Doppler Radar Sensors for Noncontact Human Vitals Detection

Health and wellness monitoring is a primary way to manage personal health and awareness for a healthy lifestyle. Many wearable activity tracking devices, smart watches, and smartphone applications collect and analyze data from bodily sources.



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2020.01.06
Battery-free pacemaker reduces equipment to size of a dime
Researchers have developed and tested for the first time in vivo a miniaturized, battery-free pacemaker that supports optical and electrical multisite stimulation. The new device is powered wirelessly, omitting the weight and bulk associated with battery power, along with the need to replace or recharge, thereby allowing for indefinite operation.



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2019.12.13
No Quartz Needed: The World’s First Crystal-less, Wireless MCU Improves IoT Designs
From blood glucose, blood pressure, and oxygen saturation monitors in the medical sector, to temperature and smoke detectors used in building automation, to e-locks used in building security, wireless microcontrollers (MCU) play a vital role in monitoring and connecting the world around us.



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2019.12.11
What If a Machine Could Read Your Brain Signals for Pain?

Researchers develop a system that could help with diagnosing and treating pain in unconscious or noncommunicative patients.



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2019.10.25
Reducing Injection Steps
BD is launching Intevia, a device that combines both an autoinjector and a refillable syringe, at PDA’s 2019 Universe of Pre-Filled Syringes and Injection Devices conference.



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2019.08.08
Is It Your Design or Your Molder?
A micro molding expert shares some strategies for overcoming design and process challenges.



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2019.08.01
New Penis Implant Raises the Bar for Erectile Dysfunction Solutions
The new Boston Scientific device is designed to provide a durable, "natural-feeling" erection and is easier for surgeons to implant.



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