Why Your Medical Microelectronics Development Partner Needs Both Particulate - and Microbial-Controlled Clean Rooms
Microelectronics technology is increasingly ubiquitous, even within the human body, as medical researchers develop new approaches to monitoring and treating a growing array of illnesses and injuries. A variety of implantable medical devices are now used routinely, ranging from intraocular lenses to electroencephalography (EEG) recorders and many others. The companies that design these devices require specific capabilities and qualifications from a potential medical device manufacturer. These requirements typically cover topics like experience in medical device manufacturing, the types of equipment necessary to manufacture, assemble, and package the product, parts tracking methods, employee qualifications and/or specialized training, required industry and governmental certifications, etc. However, as comprehensive as these requirements might appear, some of them fail to include an aspect that’s critical for some categories of medical microelectronics device manufacturing: a microbial-controlled clean room.
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Valtronic’s experienced R&D team is never short of ideas to find solutions that will cover unmet medical needs. We are creating a series of new technologies for specific devices and applications such as the Smart Cap used to accurately monitor/record self-injected drugs, or the cordless and hand-held tu...
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