Microtechnology in healthcare: small steps to big gains
This article was originally published in Clinica
Microengineering may already be part of our everyday lives - inkjet printheads and airbag sensors are just two examples - but its potential in the medical device and diagnostic industry is only just starting to be realised. Janet Townsend and Andrew Watts look at some of the implications.
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