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Articles Tagged with ''medical''

UCLA Crump Institute for Molecular Imaging selects Nutaq’s PicoDigitizer 125-32 for positron emission tomography

Nutaq, a provider of integrated hardware and software solutions for signal processing applications in mil/aero, wireless, life sciences, and high energy physics, announced that it has been selected by UCLA’s Crump Institute for Medical Imaging to provide the PicoDigitizer 125-32 for Positron Emission Tomography (PET) algorithm development.


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Molex provides medical device design engineers with advanced technology

Molex Inc. is committed to helping medical design engineers meet the growing demand for smaller, more portable devices without sacrificing performance and reliability.  The company will showcase a wide range of its advanced products at MD&M West, February 11 – 13, Anaheim, CA, Booth 1746, including customized interconnects, micro-miniature solutions, optical fiber and capillary tubing and electromagnetic interference (EMI) absorption technology.


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Micron-Scale Flexible Circuits

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Metrigraphics, a process development and manufacturing resource for ultra-miniature passive circuits and structures, announces the capability to develop micron-scale flexible circuits for medical sensor applications, including various in-body and fluid sensors.


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Skyworks launches customized optical solutions for Varian Medical

Skyworks Solutions Inc. an innovator of high performance analog semiconductor enabling a broad range of end markets, announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Isolink is shipping customized optical solutions to Varian Medical for radiation oncology applications. Varian is the world’s leading manufacturer of medical devices and software for treating cancer and other medical conditions with radiotherapy, radiosurgery, proton therapy and brachytherapy.  


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St. Jude Medical receives European approval for new renal denervation system that greatly reduces total ablation time

St. Jude Medical Inc., a global medical device company, announced the CE Mark approval of its next-generation EnligHTN™ Renal Denervation System for treating patients with drug-resistant, uncontrolled hypertension. The system features an advanced generator that delivers simultaneous ablations via a multi-electrode catheter, reducing total ablation time with the new EnligHTN system by more than 80 percent in comparison to the first generation system, from approximately 24 minutes to four minutes.


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