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    Sensing Dissension: Alternative Oxygen Sensor Technologies Presented at German Expo Electrochemical or paramagnetic? That was the question for attendees sourcing medical oxygen sensors at Sensor 2001 in N urnberg, Germany. Two UK companies chose this showcase for sensor technology, which is held
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    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Today's noninvasive respiratory management technologies demand high-stability, ultra-low-pressure sensors. New automatic inhalers, critical-care ventilators, handheld respiratory monitors, oxygen concentrators, and neonatal monitors are increasing the need
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    A selection of innovative products and services displayed at Hannover Messe (Hannover, Germany), Sensor 2001 (N urnberg, Germany), and Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD &M) East (New York City). Oxygen Sensor Features Rapid Response Time An electrochemical oxygen sensor designed for incubators
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    . Some sensor manufacturers have developed devices especially tailored for the medical equipment industry. The small size and low cost of solid-state sensors, as well as their ability to provide real-time output signals, make it possible for designers to create more-sophisticated products
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    Sensors serve a variety of functions in medical equipment, such as monitoring patient vital signs like blood pressure and the oxygen content of blood, regulating the flow of drugs to a patient, measuring a patient's body temperature, or noninvasively creating images of internal organs. Medical
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    A New Technology for Pressure Transducers Using microcontrollers rather than operational amplifiers, digitally compensated transducers offer performance, space, and cost benefits. Pressure transducers are used in medical applications that range from R &D testing to sophisticated
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    Innovative Sensor Could Offer New Biomedical Applications Government and university researchers have collaborated on development of a new fluorescence-based chemical sensor that could be applied to point-of-care medical testing, high-throughput drug discovery, and detection of pathogens, among
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    is streamlining healthcare procedures such as medical monitoring. One of its latest applications is the first Bluetooth-enabled pulse oximeter, currently in development by (Hadsund, Denmark). The pulse oximeter, which measures blood oxygen saturation, merely requires that a sensor be attached to the fingertip

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