When a new custom sensor for your medical device is needed, chances are you needed it yesterday.
Despite some perceptions, patient care and the medical devices used in it aren't anchored strictly to a doctor's office or medical facility.
Think of a run-of-the-mill four-door sedan you may have owned.
The downsizing of medical devices in critical care is changing patient treatment for the better.
More sleek and sophisticated, smaller medical devices are allowing medical professionals to provide upgraded care in ways that weren't possible before.
However, these tools and their functionality are only possible with custom miniature sensors that are not only designed to the devices but also to meet the rigors of application.
Despite how common they've become for patient treatment, the use of lasers as a surgical tool seems like something out of science fiction. Regardless, laser-assisted surgery is indeed here, and it represents a significant advancement in delivering extremely precise medical care.
Critical care is often marked by how big things often are.
In medicine, there's a simple reality: No two patients are the same.
Catheters are indispensable tools in modern medicine, providing a means for diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of conditions.
Advancements in medical technology have led to the development of innovative medical devices that are doing things once far out of reach for improved patient care and outcomes.
After months of R&D, several prototypes, and a few scrapped concepts, you've settled on the design for a device used in patient care. You just need one more thing: the medical equipment's sensor technology.