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  • Medical Device Link . Protecting Devices from Radio-Frequency Transmitters New EMC guidelines will help engineers test and manage electromagnetic interference from nearby transmitters.
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry The recommendations contained in two new guidance documents will place new pressures on health-care facilities to use the outlined methods when testing existing and new medical devices' interactions with other electronic devices. Device manufacturers must ensure
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    Robinson, a professor at Purdue 's biomedical engineering and veterinary medicine schools, conceived of a low-cost flow cytometer that measures the blood 's content of CD4 cells. These cells are an indicator of how strong an AIDS patient 's immune system is. The key is that the device
  • Medical Device Link .
    ldquo;I think this is a turning point in biomedical research and I think it could be a turning point in medicine. I am sure that it will be a turning point for cancer research, " said Anna D. Barker, PhD, deputy director of NCI, at a December news conference announcing the project. "The new
  • Medical Device Link .
    requirements for protection against potential electric hazards. In the absence of a recognised international standard for testing the safety of electronic medical devices once they have entered service in a hospital or other medical facility, many electro biomedical engineering (EBME) departments
  • Medical Device Link . RAMP: A quantitative immunoassay platform takes shape With product launch imminent, a new quantitative immunoassay platform promises low cost and rapid turnaround at the point of care.
    The immunoassay technology developed during the 1960s relies on the natural function of human proteins called antibodies, which have the ability to recognize and bind to specific analytes called antigens. Simple immunoassays, such as dipstick pregnancy tests, indicate the presence of a target
  • A better way to fix bones
    for tooling and instrument applications. Recent tests on a new, essentially nickel-free stainless alloy, BioDur 108 (ASTM F2229-02), have shown it is significantly stronger, in both annealed and cold-worked conditions, than any of the nickel stainless alloys currently serving in biomedical implants
  • Dynamic Mechanical Analysis of Hydrogel
    Hydrogels, which are water-swollen cross-linked polymers, are becoming increasingly important in a wide array of biomedical applications. One of the earliest uses of hydrogels was in the development of soft contact lenses and currently they are also being used in areas including cosmetic
  • Medical Device Link . Originally Published January/February 2001
    Accurate and reliable testing is achieved even in space-limited settings with a company's 5540 series of single-column biomedical testing systems, which were displayed at the recent MEDTEC show in Amsterdam. Weighing in at just 40 kg, the 5540-series machines can be used to test items

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