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Next-Generation Medical Devices for Brain-Computer Interfaces Molex
Brain-computer interface (BCI) applications are rapidly transforming the medical device industry. In the following, we’ll examine this field and some of the critical electronic components within the signal chain required to measure brain waves and how AI is used to pull it all together.

Digital Therapeutics: Medical Healthcare Technology Paul Golata
“Did you download the app for it?” Before too long, this may be the response from your doctor to many common health issues. This blog examines a new area of medicine known as digital therapeutics and how software and wearables work together to keep us healthy.

Connectors for Medical Equipment David Pike
Medical lab equipment is every bit as critical to patient care as the machines found in the operating room or doctor’s offices. Connectors used for medical research and testing must deliver high precision to achieve the best clinical outcomes.

Using Artificial Intelligence to Predict Pandemics Clive Maxfield
Science-fiction stories have been postulating about the sort of scenario we’re living in since the genre began. What is really required is some form of early-warning system for potential pandemics, and AI and ML could be the answer to advanced warning capabilities.

Nanotechnology Helped Realize Flexible and Wearable Electronics Liam Critchley
Flexible and wearable electronics are rapidly growing industries. The devices’ development and growth can be attributed to the benefits and specific properties of the nanomaterials commonly used within these devices. Here, we look at why nanomaterials are used in these devices.

Wireless Tech Helps Protect Healthcare Budgets Steven Keeping
An aging population is increasingly suffering from chronic diseases, and frequent hospitalization puts an additional load on stressed healthcare budgets. However, wireless technology is enabling good symptom management, keeping seniors safe at home and protecting budget concerns.

Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Measurement Remains Just Out of Reach Steven Keeping
According to the International Diabetes Federation’s 2015 report, an estimated 415 million people suffer from diabetes.

Connecting the Human Body to the IoT Mark Patrick
Sometimes, it seems like the Internet of Things (IoT) concept is being shoehorned into markets which don’t need it—or at least, aren’t ready for it. But there are undeniable synergies between the IoT and healthcare applications, particularly medical devices that are wearable (or even implanted under the skin).

Medical Wearables: A Product Designer Perspective, Part II Mike Parks
The story of medical wearables is no different than the story of technology in general. Exponential growth in capability commensurate with the shrinking of size and cost of products is simply converging to a point that the costs of fielding preventative measures like wearables is a solid alternative to just waiting until something inside of us breaks and we are rushed to the emergency room. While medical wearables do offer great promise in helping us become more proactive in our healthcare, they are primarily data collection devices that may perform some rather simple data analysis. They will have to tie into a larger medical ecosystem that has yet to fully materialize.

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