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  • News - 19 Oct 2011
    A medical devices company specializing in non-invasive monitoring systems, OrSense presented details on the sensitivity and the accuracy of its NBM 200MP hemoglobin monitor at the annual meeting of...
  • News - 30 Sep 2010
    OrSense, a manufacturer of non-intrusive sensing devices for blood parameter measurements, has launched a non-intrusive hemoglobin (Hb) calibration device called the NBM200 for use in hemorrhage...
  • News - 2 Feb 2011
    Morgan Technical Ceramics has launched a new tube contact sensor for accurate detection of occlusions in medical infusion lines. The sensor gives non-invasive detection of pressure changes in a...
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    Amazing insights and innovative products using Tekscan pressure mapping, force measurement, and tactile sensors Tekscan's patented tactile force and pressure sensing solutions provide our...
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    Teledyne DALSA is a part of Teledyne’s Vision Solutions group and a leader in the design, manufacture, and deployment of digital imaging components and solutions for machine vision. Our imaging...
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    Sensirion is one of the world’s leading developers and manufacturers of sensors and sensor solutions that improve efficiency, health, safety, and comfort. Founded in 1998, the company now...
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    Introtek has produced non-invasive ultrasonic air bubble detectors, continuous liquid level sensors, optical blood component detectors, and now pressure occlusion detectors. Introtek sensors utilize a...
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    Digitizing Movement You don’t have to look far to see the impact of advanced movement technology. It’s in blockbuster movies and live events that wow audiences everywhere. It’s in...
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    Measurement Specialties is a global designer and manufacturer of sensors and sensor-based systems which measure pressure/force, position, vibration, temperature, humidity, and fluid properties....
  • News - 5 Nov 2018
    Lazy eye happens to be a typical complaint among children. This visual impairment—amblyopia, as termed by ophthalmologists—is normally treated by covering up the good eye with an...
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