Keyword: Medical Sensors Design Conference
This second article outlines the author’s experience as an example to those, especially of the next generation of physicians and engineers in training, seeking to contribute their efforts and talents in this worthy endeavor.
A common assumption is that newborn infants are especially vulnerable to insufficient oxygen, or hypoxia, and that hypoxia directly causes brain damage, blindness, and intestinal injury. New evidence shows devastating injuries are more likely the result of delivering too much oxygen to vulnerable tissues under crisis conditions.
With serious after effects emerging later in life, concussions are no longer thought to be a short-term injury. Sensors can be used to detect and track both acquired and impending concussions.
When it comes to securing IoT-enabled medical devices, much attention is needed from device makers and users.
At the recent Medical Sensors Design Conference, several sessions focused on the need for accurate and reliable wearable medical devices and other issues.
The Only Event Dedicated to Sensors on the East Coast Will Bring the Industry Together to Explore Cutting-Edge Medical Applications
A team of researchers is creating new information technology to help patients with chronic heart failure.
Acquisition will create differentiated medical technology focused on innovative healthcare solutions.
Mark Laich speaks on medical market trends and solutions.
Conference speakers and presenters give valuable insights into the medical market for sensors now and further down the road.