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Supplier Stories for the Week of February 3

Sensirion offers advanced sensor technologies to monitor and control processes that play roles in such personalized medicine applications as cancer therapy using flow cytometers, DNA sequencing, and organ-on-a-chip applications. Sensirion’s product portfolio includes differential pressure sensors, liquid and gas flow sensors, and CO2, PM2.5, and humidity and temperature sensors.One example of such a sensor solution is the liquid flow sensor LPG10. With a footprint of just 10 x 10 mm2, the LPG10 can be easily integrated into even the smallest of medical devices, even point-of-care devices. Given that the LPG10 features glass as the only wetted material, the sensor offers excellent biocompatibility, the company reported. It is particularly suited for the above-mentioned applications given the sensor’s adherence to microthermal measurement principles and its high precision and speed at even the lowest flow rates.[Image courtesy of SENSIRION]Editor's Note: If you have news you’d like to submit for potential inclusion in future weekly roundups, please send a press release and any related images to with the subject line “Supplier Stories.”
Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of February 3.
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