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It has been a difficult year for families throughout the world and closer to home, for our friends, families and customers. On the bright side, we’re thankful that promising Covid-19 vaccines are on the horizon. If all goes well in 2021, we’ll be back to normal as much as possible. But in the meantime, despite […]

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With COVID-19 continuing to rage across the United States and the world, hospitals and medical centers are relying on their medical electronics equipment, including ventilators, to help improve COVID-19 patients’ health. EMS providers, contract manufacturers (CMs), and printed circuit board (PCB) fabricators are the strongest link in the supply chain critical for building medical electronics […]

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Medical electronics continue to make even greater technological advances with recent R&D developments and promise to take on new forms. Biosensors for human-machine interfaces (HMIs) and new, flexible electrodes are leading the way. They are among the most recent developments and promise more sophisticated medical wearable devices for health monitoring. Continue Reading at IConnect007

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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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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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We can all agree that 2019 brought us many blessings, and we’re all thankful. As we gather this Holiday season with friends and family, we’re looking at 2020 as yet another year with great hope and opportunities. From NexLogic, we wish you, your employees, friends, colleagues, and families a happy holiday season, good health, and […]

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RF circuits are designed to pass signals within a certain band. They use band pass filters to transmit signals in a so-called band of interest. The signal within a range of frequency passes through this band range, and the rest of the frequencies of the signal are filtered. A single band can be very narrow […]

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ISO 13485 is about potential risks involved and mitigating them during and after the building of medical products. It is a specific ISO standard serving as a comprehensive management system for the design and manufacture of medical devices. Like other ISO standards, its focus is on continuous improvement in process and quality systems. Also, a […]

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