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Medical miniaturization is rapidly evolving for a number of reasons. Among them are the fact that doctors, hospitals, and other medical care facilities are requiring more functionality, increased portability, and more robustness to upgrade surgical procedures and mobile monitoring equipment. Also, highly complex devices successfully interacting with the human body are driving the need for […]

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Medical electronics continue to be a game changer, with miniaturization being foremost today in the minds of medical OEMs. In a previous column, I discussed ingestible and implantable medical devices based on remarkably small and unique PCBs, and the technology trends supporting those products continue to dramatically escalate. Today, there is a growing demand for […]

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It’s vital to meet FDA and ISO 13485 Standard quality and reliability requirements for medical ventilators and other medical equipment. But there’s still more that ventilator OEMs need to put into practice, specifically in the high reliability or Hi Rel area to further add to ISO 13485. The term “Hi Rel” is most often associated […]

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Covid-19 continues to dominate the news around the world.  Medical experts aren’t sure when this deadly virus will subside or whether or not it’ll return again even stronger.  But one critical fact remains.   There continues to exist a great demand for medical ventilators, not just for now, but also in the future to effectively deal […]

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The unprecedented demand for thousands upon thousands of life-saving ventilators appears to be among the biggest challenges facing medical electronics OEMs today due to the coronavirus pandemic. News reports say that America’s biggest manufacturers are working with medical systems companies to produce the volumes of ventilators needed across the country. But there is also a […]

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Hospitals and other medical centers are scrambling for ventilators in the U. S. and across the globe to help save lives during the Coronavirus pandemic.     EMS providers, contract manufacturers, and PCB fabricators are engaging with medical equipment customers to put into action vast numbers of new PCB orders specifically for the manufacture of thousands […]

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An urgent call is out to medical equipment makers that thousands—even millions—of ventilators are in the greatest demand in our history due to the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak. Some traditional medical equipment makers haven’t pursued the ventilator business nor have a lot of top manufacturing companies like Tesla, GM, and others that are poised to produce […]

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A unique thermal profile is designed for each PCB job undergoing conventional SMT assembly, as virtually every PCB assembly professional knows. But what about a PCB assembly project involving both conventional rigid board and an extraordinarily small rigid or rigid-flex circuit undergoing microelectronics assembly? In short, that’s called PCB hybrid assembly, which requires two separate, […]

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The electronics industry is fertile ground for innovation these days, powering the creation of intriguing new products across sectors like the internet of things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, wearable devices, and microelectronics for implantable medical devices. In one instance, research engineers at Purdue have reportedly come up with a powerful transistor that can perform double duty: […]

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OEMs are continually moving toward PCB hybrid assembly, meaning the combination of conventional SMT assembly and microelectronics assembly.  It’s important to know that there are seven major steps that need to be taken to achieve successful PCB hybrid assembly, Fig. 1.  These seven steps are especially important for newly emerging implantable and ingestible medical devices. […]

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