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re: Taking the medtech cure
elctrnx_lyf   12/8/2010 6:48:33 PM
Medical electronics are set to revolutionize the health care industry. There is lot of initiatives from the industry leaders both in the semiconductor domain and between the OEM's to innovate. There is lot of integrated solutions coming out from companies like TI and Analog, which is encouraging for the medical device companies who are willing to take the healthcare to the home. These integrated chips will push the lower end product cost. The November edition of eetimes magazine focusing on the innovation and new technologies in medical domain is really provided lots of insight into how medical devices will serve the people in future.

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re: Taking the medtech cure
krisi   12/8/2010 4:04:42 PM
8% growth is not that much! Kris

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GREATTerry   12/7/2010 1:08:33 PM
Nice article. BTW, China seems to be the focus for many industries all the way from automotive, white goods, low end medical stuff etc.

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re: Taking the medtech cure
nicolas.mokhoff   12/6/2010 4:45:42 PM
Tech trends in medical electronics are reported in EE Times' special digital edition on medical electronics: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/cmp/eetimes_medelec_20101108/#/1/OnePage

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