Electronics are a critical part of today’s medical device landscape as bio-engineers and other inventors capitalize on technological advancements in microcontrollers, sensors and specialized integrated circuits to solve problems. Breakthroughs in component miniaturization and wireless communication are fueling new work in both implantable devices and wearables for information delivery, diagnosis and even treatments.
To maximize the potential of success creating a new electronic medical device, designers should follow a disciplined process…
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