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Segment

HealthTech

Applications overview

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Medical device microelectronics

The integration of microelectronics in medical devices enables accurate diagnoctics, real-time monitoring, minimally invasive procedures, and improved patient outcomes. The continued advancement of microelectronics will further enhance the capabilities and applications of medical devices.

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Implantable medical devices

The microelectronics medical implants market, focusing on product, application, and material segments, provides insights for identifying key market applications. Product segmentation includes pacemakers & defibrillators, neurostimulators, implantable drug pumps, and spinal fusion stimulators. Material segmentation covers metals, polymers, and ceramics, offering a concise overview for strategic decision-making in core market applications.

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Robotic surgery

Robot-assisted surgical systems use microelectronics to enhance surgical precision, improving the surgeon’s dexterity and accuracy.

Wearable health monitoring devices

Devices like fitness bands and smartwatches utilize microelectronics to monitor physical activity, heart rate and sleep patterns; Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGMs) – to provide real-time data about glucose; smart ECG monitors – to detect irregular heart rhytms and provide early warning signs for cardiac issues.

Drug delivery devices

Microeletronics in insulin pumps are used to regulate and administer precise doses of insulin, enhancing glycemic control. Infusion pumps with microelectronics deliver controlled and programmable doses of medications or fluids.

Laboratory and analytical instruments

PCR (polymerase chain reaction) machines with microelectronics amplify DNA sequences and analyze genetic material in diagnostic testing. Microelectronics also plays crucial role in data acquisition, analysis, and processing in various analytical and diagnostic instruments.

Biocompatible and functional nanocoatings

Nanocoatings enhance medical device biocompatibility, minimizing risks of adverse reactions when implanted or in contact with biological systems. Companies specializing in nanocoating dispensing can focus on developing biocompatible coatings for implants, surgical instruments, and wearable devices.

Feature technologies

Challenges

  • Achieving compact, high-density PCB designs for small medical devices while maintaining performance
  • Ensuring PCBs are safe for medical use and can withstand sterilization without damage
  • Guaranteeing consistent, high-quality performance in critical healthcare situations
  • Effectively managing heat in high-power medical devices to ensure safety and functionality
  • Meeting stringent safety and efficacy standards in PCB design for healthcare applications
  • SO 10993 biocompatibility standards pose a challenge for devices, demanding a stringent evaluation of material interactions, immunogenic responses, and lifespan, which promotes the balance of innovation and biocompatibility

Benefits

Nanocoating dispensing enhances medical device functionality, biocompatibility, and longevity. This holds promise in the sector, towards the performance, safety, and efficiency, meeting technical and regulatory standards

  • XTPL’s microscale printing enables the creation of compact, high-density PCBs, ideal for small medical devices, addressing miniaturization challenges
  • The technology’s compatibility with various biocompatible materials makes it suitable for PCBs in medical devices, meeting biocompatibility and sterilization standards
  • XTPL’s precise printing process ensures the reliability and accuracy required for medical device PCBs, crucial for safe and correct functioning in healthcare
  • The technology’s capacity to create fine, conductive lines aids in efficient thermal management, important in high-power medical devices for performance and safety
  • XTPL’s controlled printing method can be tailored to meet healthcare’s stringent regulatory standards, allowing for the production of PCBs with the necessary design and quality requirements

Industries we drive forward

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Consumer Electronics

XTPL’s nanoprinting facilitates the development of ultra-thin and efficient electronic components, driving innovation in devices we use daily.

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R&D facilities

In research labs, UPD technology accelerates experimental processes with precise nanomaterial deposition, paving the way for groundbreaking discoveries.

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Automotive

Ultra-Precise Dispensing* technology introduces precise sensors for enhanced vehicle safety and lighter, efficient components for better fuel economy.

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