We’ve collected a bunch of interesting new medical devices that we find inspiring. Perhaps you will too. Enjoy the gallery above and/or the list below!
1: FUTEK’s QTA141 Micro-Reaction Torque Sensor
QTA141 is a compact torque sensor with a small footprint of 22 mm in diameter and 10 mm in height. It can connect directly to a BLDC motor, which is typically used in compact medical devices.
2: ZELTWANGER’s ZEDeco Leak Tester
ZEDeco is a compact single-channel leak tester, which can measure pressure/vacuum with high accuracy and fast sample time. ZEDeco can be integrated in fully automatic production environments and will in a near future be upgraded with sensors for measuring differential flow and mass flow.
3: Zeus’s LCP Monofilament Non-Metallic Catheter Braiding
The LCP Monofilament is a non metallic high performance fiber, which is developed to replace the typical metallic reinforcement braiding in vascular catheters that needs to be compatible with MRI procedures.
4: ProPlate’s Torq-Lok
Torq-Lok is a metal monocoque structured tube made by atomically binding the metal in each strand intersection. Torq-Lok is used for enhancing torque in braided catheters.
5: ProPlate’s Vizi-Band
Vizi-Band is a radiopaque and biocompatible metal coating process, which can bind directly on catheters and other medical devices in predefined areas. Vizi-Band also eliminates the risk of long-term storage degradation by binging on an atomic level.
6: HS Design’s VECTRA WB360
VECTRA WB360 can on a single capture create a 3-dimensional image of the whole skin surface of a person in macro-quality resolution. This allows dermatologists to carefully examine and track a patient’s condition.
7: GCX’s VHM-P and VHM-PL Mounting Arm
With smooth movements, precision, cleanability, a hand actuated arm lock and much more, VHM-P and VHM-PL mounting arm is the leading adjustable moving arm in the healthcare industry.
8: Sensirion’s Single-Use Liquid Flow Sensor for Biomedical Applications
A single use liquid flow sensor for biomedical applications based on CMOSens Technology. It is cost efficient and measures even extremely low flowrates, what makes it very suitable for measuring failures such as occlusion and air-in-line in drug delivery applications.
9: Proto Labs’s Rapid Overmolding and Insert Molding
Proto lab delivers high quality two components overmolded and insert molded parts within only 15 day, making these processes suitable for both prototypes and end-use production.
10: HS Design’s Multiparticulate Dispensing Device
The Multiparticulate Dispensing Device is developed to meet the high requirements of accuracy, drug protection, safety, and product usability for a new mulitparticulate drug used for children in low-resource setting.
11: Photometrics’s Prime 95B Scientific CMOS Camera
95B Scientific CMOS Camera delivers near perfect sensitivity and a high image to noise ration by combining Backside Illumination CMOS sensor technology, large 11µm pixels, low noise characteristics with CMOS.