Transforming Patient Care Via Custom Sensing, Connectivity & Minimally Invasive Devices

BERWYN, PA –TE Connectivity (TE) showcases technologies designed to mitigate medical device design challenges at MD&M West this month, Booth #3149.

Terry Merlihan, TE regional sales manager, notes, “Sensor intelligence is helping medical device manufacturers develop home-health monitoring devices that allow patients to live healthier, more mobile lives. Sensor-equipped medical devices for in-home use are on the rise, and options that didn’t exist before are becoming a reality, such as in-home dialysis treatment. That’s the kind of next-generation patient care that drives TE’s sensor innovation.”

TE will display medical sensing solutions including piezo film sensors used to monitor vital signs such as heart rhythm, photo optic sensors for pulse oximetry to measure oxygen saturation and pulse, and ultrasonic sensors to detect air bubbles and medication levels during infusion.

Also on display will be minimally invasive device solutions for OEM environments from TE’s Creganna medical product portfolio as well as TE’s medical, surgical and cable solutions, such as sheaths, interconnects and tubing.

For more details:
http://www.te.com/usa-en/videos/corporate/awesome-medical.html?utm_medium=email&sslid=MzU3MDQxtTAyMjcBAA&sseid=MzY3s7A0NbE0AAA&jobid=8c6a64c9-0cc4-4735-84ed-4367e00ce1e0
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