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Content tagged with Medical
posted in June 2001
A knee for the long haul
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Ceramic surfacing technology promises to make artificial knees last longer
Heart imaging gets faster, clearer
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ASICs, algorithms, and ceramics power new generation of ultrasound and CT scanners
Electronics lend an ear
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Miniaturized components and sound-processing developments help hearing aid designers keep seniors conveniently
Rotary actuator delivers tilting motion directly
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Gearing key to quiet-running actuator in bed frame
Mechanical hearts tick with chips
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Most embedded-system developers choose a microprocessor and build a system around it. Designers of implantable cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators have to design the processor itself
Sensors keep watch on Diabetes
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6/4/2001  1 comment
Clever sensor design turned a 100-year-old medical observation into a new kind of glucose monitor




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