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AAMI Technical Information Report Gives Guidance to AIMD Designers Regarding MRI Compatibility

A new technical information report (TIR) provides guidance to design active implantable medical device manufacturers for use in patients who may need magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans. ANSI/AAMI/ISO TIR10974:2012, “Assessment of the safety of magnetic resonance imaging for patients with an active implantable medical device” was adopted and published by AAMI is meant to inform

 
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WISE s.r.l. Raises €1M to Develop Flexible Electrodes for Spinal Cord Stimulation

WISE (Wiringless Implantable Stretchable Electronics), a Milan- and Berlin-based medical device companyraised a seed-round of € 1 M to advance the development of its first product aimed at the spinal cord stimulation market. WISE’s technology relies on Supersonic Cluster Beam Implantation (SCBI) for the metallization of polymers and elastomers. SCBI allows to fabricate complex microelectronic

 
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Interesting Article in Medical Design Briefs: Designing an ASIC Chip to Control an Implantable Glucose Measurement Device

The current issue of Medical Design Briefs carries an interesting article titled “Designing an ASIC Chip to Control an Implantable Glucose Measurement Device” by Uwe Guenther of ZMDI (Dresden, Germany) and Andrew DeHennis of Senseonics (formerly known as “Sensors for Medicine and Science, Inc.” in Germantown, MD). Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG (ZMDI), Dresden, Germany, partnered

 
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