Qmed Staff

July 5, 2016

1 Min Read

It's not easy to fit high-powered electronics, storage capacity, communications infrastructure, and security capabilities into a postage-stamp sized device. Increasingly complex components and technology are offering improved data collection and functionality, while medical device portability for home use increasingly becomes a consideration in the design phase. The need for miniaturization is even greater for implantable and wearable devices that are intended to allow patients' normal ambulation and daily activities to continue while dispersing drugs or monitoring heart rates.  

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