25 Most Interesting Medical MEMS and Sensors Projects

 25 Most Interesting

Medical MEMS and Sensors Projects


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Introduction: This presentation outlines some of the most exciting medical MEMS and sensors devices that were introduced to the marketplace in the past few years.  Some of the devices are already in volume production, and some are still being commercialized.  Companies mentioned include Google, ST, Philips, Sensimed, CardioMEMS, Debiotech, and others.


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* LPCVD and PECVD dielectric film deposition
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* Metal liftoff processing
* Polyimide processing

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