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Biomedical Sensors Advancing Medical And Biotechnology

Sensors are small, tiny and intelligent devices that are used to measure physical variables like temperature, humidity, gas, velocity, flow rate, pressure and so on. According to American National Standards Institute,...

Designing Li-ion Battery Chargers

Lithium-ion batteries are the best battery choice you’ll ever need to power just about anything — from your laptop, cell-phones and digital cameras to bluetooth headsets, media players, medical and wearable devices. Get...

Challenges Faced In Designing ‘Approved’ Medical Devices In India

The medical device industry in India is fairly new. According to Infosys, around 75 per cent of the medical equipment is imported. And the equipment is not always suitable for Indian...

Augmented Reality: Revolutionising Medical Applications

Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are regarded as highly-complex combinations in the area of computer science, VR hardware and artistic vision. AR is regarded as a variation of virtual...

The Healing Effect: Generating Human Spares

War veterans return home with all kinds of injuries—some physical, others psychological. A missing limb, an ear blown off, scars of wars can be seen all over. Advances in technology that...

Medical Electronics: Key Concerns and Opportunities

FEBRUARY 2012: Electronic devices are increasingly being seen in the field of medicine for diagnosis, therapy and rehabilitation. Medical electronics and electromechanical equipment have become indispensable for the better service of...

Demystifying Best ADC Reference Designs

Analog-to-digital converters are virtually everywhere, where there is a need to convert an analog signal to digital. Since most real world signals are analog, ADCs are important electronic components which help us...

Analog, MEMS and Sensors in Wearables

Wearable are electronic devices which are small and light weight so can born by the user. They are getting adopted as watches, fashion accessory, fitness tracker, security devices or specialized medical...
IoT in healthcare

Telemedicine Ophthalmologist In Theni, Patient In Aandipatti

JULY 2010: Farveen lives in a remote area of Andhra Pradesh’s Kurnool district. When a scorpion bit her friend last year, she was clueless about the first aid required. She immediately...

Looking Into The Brain For Lie Detection

Though the reliability of brain scanning for lie detection is still under question, these tests are fast becoming popular with the crime investigating teams. Here’s how they work DR S.S. VERMA Police use...

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