Medical Devices Blossom With Wireless Pressure Monitoring

Medical device manufacturer Millar, Inc. offers its wireless pressure-monitoring platform for integration into medical devices. This wireless platform is said to enable unique OEM partnership opportunities for innovative device development in cardiovascular, respiratory, orthopedic, neurology, and urodynamics applications.


The Wireless Pressure Platform is designed to integrate with existing medical technology to improve the quality of patient care by removing extraneous wires. Its design is flexible and can be customized to meet different product specs.

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Through Bluetooth data transfer, the wireless device can connect to existing monitoring systems through the paired dongle while maintaining a wire-free environment for the patient. From digital read-outs directly on the telemeter to data connectivity to existing hospital monitoring systems, the versatile applications all deliver real-time, accurate pressure measurements.


Millar's nearly 50 years of MEMS pressure sensor integration manufacturing experience and design expertise for compliance to blood pressure measurement standard AAMI BP-22 and IEC 60601, provide potential partners with excellent technology competence in invasive pressure monitoring for innovative device development.  For more details, visit Millar, Inc.

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