Mini motor for micromedical applications
While this age of nanobots it not with us yet, a tiny, inexpensive motor with manufacture, may become the motive force in micromedical
applications in the near future, according to Penn State engineer.
The smallest of these ultrasonic, piezoelectric motors developed by researchers at Penn State’s ...
FDA approves first pocket-sized EKG machine
...etermined - but is the size of a handheld computer.
In fact, it's actually made from a Compaq hand-held personal digital assistant. Manufacturer micromedical
Industries embedded that off-the-shelf PDA with miniaturized versions of the software and hardware that run full-size EKG machines.
Twelve leads, th...