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Virus Testing Tools Feature Bubble Sensors For Biochemical Applications

Experimental chemists, biologists, and medical scientists often seek to measure the presence of small molecules within their solutions. Doing so allows for testing a wide variety of different medical hypotheses. This important research depends on repeatable and highly accurate medical devices and analytical instruments. As fluid flows through these instruments, there is a potential for bubbles to form in the fluid. Bubbles may be caused by small leaks at connections or from outgassing if the device or instrument applies heat to the fluid.
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Autoclavable Sensors In Life Critical Applications

What does it mean when saying “Autoclavable Sensors”? Autoclavable devices require compatibility with high heat, moisture and often bleach or other high pH fluids. Medical devices that come in contact with human tissues or fluids are considered to be high-risk devices and they require sterilization so they must undergo autoclave processes after each procedure. Hygenic medical devices that require autoclave operations might include surgical staplers, surgical robots, handheld surgical devices, dental tools, medical examination procedures.
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Sensors Make Newborn Health Screenings Possible

Newborn health screenings are important because they assist health professionals with the understanding and identification of potentially treatable conditions as early as possible. Some of the earliest screenings monitor the baby’s blood, hearing, and oximetry. For the 15 million babies born …
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Sensors Help Life Sciences Continue to Innovate

Life sciences is an important subject of study today as it looks closely at living organisms to uncover important data in disease processes and developments. This work helps further the medical industry and push for modern improvements in human health. …
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Urinary Incontinence & The Sensors That Help Treatment

According to the American Urological Association, one-quarter to one-third of men and women in the United States experience urinary incontinence. What Is Urinary Incontinence?: Urinary incontinence means a person cannot prevent urinating.  There are 4 types of incontinence: Stress Incontinence …
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Report: Force Sensors to See Increasing Demand

Force sensors, which are used to measure pressure or stress using load and weight, are growing in demand today as more applications become automated and accuracy is required. According to a recent report from Research and Markets, the market is …
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How Sensors Can Help the Canning Industry Thrive

There is an increased focus today on improving nutrition. Farm to table is an option many are considering to deliver fresh, pure food for consumption by their families. In this push to deliver better food for consumption, the process of …
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Flow Meters Used In The Winemaking Process

Winemaking consists of many time-consuming steps that require attention and care from the smashing of the grapes to the bottling process. The FDA has, luckily, strict hygiene standards to live up to and correctly producing products are key. As well …
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