medical electronics

medical electronics

[′med·ə·kəl i‚lek′trän·iks]
(electronics)
A branch of electronics in which electronic instruments and equipment are used for such medical applications as diagnosis, therapy, research, anesthesia control, cardiac control, and surgery.
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M2 PHARMA-October 5, 2016-Global Medical Electronics Market to Reach USD 4.
ClickPress, Mon Oct 20 2014] Medical Electronics Market by Component (Sensor, Battery, Memory Device, Display, & Microprocessor/MCU), by Application (Imaging, Medical Therapeutics, Diagnosis, Monitoring, and Fitness & Wellness), and by Geography - Global Forecast to 2020
10 (Business Wire India/ India): Medical electronics market in India is reportedly estimated to grow to 11.
DUBLIN--The medical electronics market is expected to reach $372.
Molex views the transaction as strategic, saying it gives it additional presence in the global medical electronics market.
ISA, which represents the semiconductor and electronics industry, released a sector report on the opportunities in the Indian medical electronics field on Thursday.
medical electronics production is predicted to grow more quickly than healthcare outlays, says Henderson Ventures (hendersonventures.
QRS Diagnostic, a designer and developer of software-based medical devices in computer cards, and Advanced Medical Electronics Corporation (AME), pioneer in designing high- performance, ultra-miniature medical electronics instrumentation, have signed a technology development partnership agreement.
Designers are finding that both of these solutions have expanded their options in designing for high-density, medical electronics equipment.
According to Tim Ruff, Molex Senior Vice President of Business Development and Corporate Strategy, this is a strategic acquisition that will help expand Molex's presence in the global medical electronics market.
The global medical electronics market is expected to reach USD 219bn by 2024, according to a new report by US-based market research and consulting company Grand View Research.
In medical electronics, pictures often make the difference between a fast, accurate diagnosis and a prolonged illness.

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