White Paper: Photonics/Optics
Integrating Novel Materials to Improve Medical Device Performance
Today’s implantables are highly engineered assemblies with multiple complex elements that require innovative materials and sophisticated manufacturing. The development and use of new and novel materials and processes has enabled advances in both medical device performance and patient safety. Whether it’s a lighter material, a smoother surface, or a process that can be automated and repeatable, advanced technologies such as scratch-free surfaces or specialized coatings for stimulation can help extend or improve the life of implantable devices.
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