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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MeitY has also sponsored a number of R&D projects for development of Medical Electronics Devices and Systems such as Medical and Imaging equipment, establishing centre of excellence in medical electronics.
The release noted, "MeitY has also sponsored a number of R and D projects for the development of medical electronics devices and systems such as medical and imaging equipment, establishing a centre of excellence in medical electronics.
[ClickPress, Mon Oct 01 2018] Medical electronics is a branch of electronics that deals with design, implementation and use of electrical devices and equipment for medical purposes such as research, examination, diagnosis, treatment, assistance and care.
Medical electronics is one of those categories that is changing healthcare as we know it, with implications related to improved quality of care and efficiency, lower costs, improved experiences and treatment processes and more.
US-based medical technology company BD (Becton, Dickinson and Co) (NYSE: BDX) has completed the acquisition of Israeli-based infusion pump systems manufacturer Caesarea Medical Electronics, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 10, 2017-Becton, Dickinson Closes Acquisition of Caesarea Medical Electronics
M2 PHARMA-October 5, 2016-Global Medical Electronics Market to Reach USD 4.41bn by 2022, Research and Markets Predicts
Mark Russell, Global Market Manager, Medical Electronics
They provide test solutions to major manufacturers in defense electronics; satellites; medical electronics; manufacturers of analog, digital, and RF components; microwave and fiber optic components; and various government agencies.
ON Semiconductor introduces Struix, a semi-customizable system-in-package solution for precision sensing and monitoring in a variety of mobile medical electronics, including glucose monitors, heart rate monitors, and electrocardiogram analyzers.
DUBLIN--The medical electronics market is expected to reach $372.4 billion by 2018, driven by medical therapeutics and imaging systems, a new study says.
The high-value microelectromechanical system (MEMS) market experienced soft growth last year, mainly due to weakness in the mainstay medical electronics and industrial sectors, according to an IHS iSuppli MEMS High-Value MEMS Market Tracker Report from information and analytics provider IHS (NYSE: IHS).

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