medical sensor technology and applications

Your Next Medical Innovation

While Dr. Alexander Fleming's discovery of penicillin has been historically attributed to luck, the vast majority of medical innovation comes at the hands of countless hours of research, data analysis, and testing. The combination of researchers, doctors, data, technology, and patients creates opportunities to test and measure for continued success. Sensors play a key role in the accurate collection of data to provide the opportunity for smarter, life-changing decisions. Learn how TE Connectivity (TE) is applying sensors and medical expertise today to help inspire how you design with our technologies for a healthier tomorrow.

Medical Monitoring

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Sensors continue to enable medical professionals and patients the ability to monitor and track conditions.  The miniaturization, customization, and integration of multiple sensors in a single device allow for more data to be taken in more applications. Learn about some of the examples of TE sensors in medical monitoring applications and the sensor technology behind them.

  1. What's New in Sensor Technology and Sensor-Enabled Care

In this webinar, TE Connectivity (TE) Fellow, Dave Wagner, shares an overview of sensor technology that is used in a wide range of medical applications and discusses how sensors are enabling the future of healthcare.

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Medical Diagnosis and Treatment

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Sensors can be used in various applications dedicated to medical diagnosis and equipment.  Learn how TE sensors are embedded within devices to diagnose patients, such as those suffering from sleep apnea.  Additionally, sensors add safety to systems by monitoring and controlling, from air bubble detection to medical pump systems.

Medical Application Innovation

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Evolution of Medical Sensor Design

As the connected medical industry continues to grow, sensor technology design evolves to meet the demanding needs. Explore these five considerations for non-contact medical applications and review key trends.

With the drive to understand more about patients and their needs, sensors continue to be used in innovative ways.  See how sensors have some new, unique ways to measure properties such as pressure in medical applications.

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TE Connectivity has sensor technology and medical application expertise. Contact us to be put in touch with a product specialist to discuss your needs.

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