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AFE enables wearing your heart rate on your sleeve

AFE enables wearing your heart rate on your sleeve
The MAX30004 biopotential analogue front-end (AFE) from Maxim Integrated is in stock at Mouser Electronics. The device is a single-channel biopotential heart-rate detection AFE solution for wearable medical applications, such as chest bands and single-lead wireless patches for heart rate monitoring. It eliminates the need to extract and process electrocardiogram (ECG) data on its microcontroller for high-motion environments.
20th August 2017

35W triple output power supply simplifies system integration

35W triple output power supply simplifies system integration
TDK Corporation announces the introduction of the 35W rated CUT35 power supplies, requiring no minimum loading to maintain tight regulation specifications. In addition, output 1 is electrically isolated from outputs 2 and 3 through the use of a two independent converter topology, enabling the product to also be configured for dual output. This flexibility makes it suitable for use in a wide range of process control, broadcast, test & measurement, and industrial equipment applications.
3rd May 2017

Digital radiography: the latest advancement in diagnostics

Medical professionals typically use radiography technology to view the internal parts of the body for purposes of diagnosing and treating diverse health conditions. However, modern radiography is more advanced, efficient, and accurate than earlier technologies such as film and computed radiography. In particular, digital radiography has enhanced the accuracy and efficiency of medical diagnostics.
27th February 2017


How is IoT changing the face of healthcare?

How is IoT changing the face of healthcare?
The Internet of Things is about to transform the way we live and work. And if it reaches its fullest potential, it will fundamentally change every aspect of our lives. That sort of disruption is evident in the healthcare sector, where the pen and paper has been the primary means of recording patient information for decades. But now, healthcare technology is changing in major ways.
19th January 2017

Analysing molecular mechanisms behind cognition

Analysing molecular mechanisms behind cognition
EU-funded scientists have investigated the role of synapse dysfunction in intellectual development and shed more light on the molecular mechanisms behind cognition. The aim MASDUHID (Molecular analysis of synaptic dysfunctions underlying human intellectual disabilities) project was to understand the synaptic molecular dysfunction associated with intellectual disorders, especially non-syndromic intellectual disability (NSID).
18th January 2017

Fast curing epoxy used for medical devices

Fast curing epoxy used for medical devices
A high-strength fast curing epoxy for use in the assembly of medical devices, the Master Bond EP3HTND-2Med Black, fully meets USP Class VI specifications. This one part system delivers resistance to a variety of sterilisation methods such as chemical sterilants, EtO, radiation and especially autoclaving.
10th January 2017

Light can control the logic networks of a cell

Light can control the logic networks of a cell
Scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have developed a method to control proteins inside live cells with the flick of a switch, giving researchers an unprecedented tool for pinpointing the causes of disease using the simplest of tools: light. The work, led by Klaus Hahn and Nikolay Dokholyan and spearheaded by Onur Dagliyan, a graduate student in their labs, builds on the breakthrough technology known as optogenetics.
9th January 2017

Ideal material for bone tissue regeneration

Ideal material for bone tissue regeneration
A study has revealed a technology how to cover biodegradable implants with a human skeleton similar mineral. Bone tissue regeneration, one of the issues of tissue engineering, is a research area for Dmitry Gorin and his international colleagues, a leading research fellow at the RASA Center in Tomsk Polytechnic University. The scientists have developed a new vaterite-based coating for nanofiber material used as scaffold to grow bone tissue cells in a shorter time.
21st December 2016

Technique switches key biomolecules on and off

Technique switches key biomolecules on and off
A technique that will allow scientists to determine the effects of turning on and off a set of molecules involved in almost every cellular pathway, determine their downstream effects, and uncover new drug targets has been developed by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The finding is reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Protein kinases are enzymes involved in almost every biological process.
14th December 2016

Skin cells unite to heal wounds

Skin cells unite to heal wounds
Time may not heal all wounds, but a proprietary mix of peptides and gel developed by U of T Engineering researchers heals most. A team led by Professor Milica Radisic has demonstrated for the first time that their peptide-hydrogel biomaterial prompts skin cells to "crawl" toward one another, closing chronic, non-healing wounds often associated with diabetes, such as bed sores and foot ulcers.
14th December 2016


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