The tiny Implantable Miniature Telescope (IMT) addresses end-stage age-related macular degeneration.
Medical device specifications are often tight – requiring precise dimensions, printed documentation, and part-number tracing – placing high demands on today’s vision systems. C. W. Moran with Starrett’s Metrology Division offers insights on what these systems deliver to manufacturers.
Heat – vital in many medical scenarios – can be delivered via flexible, stretchable materials for wound recovery or in the operating room for warming medical instruments.
Rollomatic’s U.S. president discusses how the company provides complete manufacturing solutions for grinding precision medical tools and parts.
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Valencell’s calibration-free, cuffless blood pressure monitoring technology uses PPG-only sensors worn in the ear or on the finger or wrist.