High performance resistors are key to meeting the demanding requirements of portable medical electronics designs

August 15, 2013 // By Phil Ebbert, Riedon

Other devices such as blood glucose meters are today considered essential in the care of patients with diabetes and have evolved to be personal, pocket-sized units that can be carried everywhere. Then there is equipment for patient monitoring, diagnostics and medication delivery that has been designed for in-home use, which often includes portable, body-worn elements.

Medical electronics equipment is not longer just found in hospitals, clinics and doctors surgeries. Neither is its use restricted to qualified practitioners. Instead designs have become smaller, more portable and easier to use to the point where now appliances like defibrillators are deployed in many public places such as sports venues, schools, airports, health & fitness clubs and many commercial and government offices.
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