Design News, May 2013

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M AY 2 013 rest A SUPPLEMENT TO DESIGN NE WS TABLE OF CONTENTS MEDICAL assured USP Class VI Approved T4 Sensors Help Shrink Medical Devices Miniaturization allows for the use of sensors in medical applications where they couldn't previously be used. By AJ Smith, Honeywell Sensing And Control T6 Motors for Portable Medical Devices Understanding the advantages of different motor technologies is essential for designing motion solutions for low-power, portable medical applications. By Al Presher, Contributing Editor T10 Wish-List Devices for Physicians UV10Med Adhesive/Sealant/Coating MIT engineering students came up with a number of devices that doctors want. By Elizabeth Montalbano, Contributing Writer T12 Applying Brakes In Targeted Biopsy ë Superior optical clarity ë ë ë Fast curing High strength Chemically resistant ë Low viscosity The Artemis system marks major advances in prostate cancer detection. By Fred Cacace, Ogura Industrial Corp. T14 Bearing Design Considerations in Medical Technology Pharmaceutical, dental, and medical device applications present many challenges for bearings. These include high speeds, low noise, long service life, and resistance to harsh environments or aggressive chemicals or fluids. By John Wallace, AST Bearings T17 Safe, Portable Power Source Varta Microbattery helps to insure that a surgical helmet's light and ventilation runs reliably in the operating theatre. By Julia Palu, Varta Microbattery (US) T19 Porous Metal for Medical Applications Hackensack, NJ 07601 USA +1.201.343.8983 Joining porous metal to mating components for medical and life sciences applications can be accomplished in a variety of ways. By Thomas N. Fahey, Mott Corp. T2 T R E N D WAT CH : ME DICAL / A S UP P LE ME NT TO DE S IGN NE WS MAY 2013 magenta cyan yellow black ES246560_DNTW1305_T2.pgs 05.04.2013 02:49 UBM

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