Most medical devices, in some way, require a change in force to function. Whether this change in force is made manually by the patient, or made automatically by the device itself, embedding force-sensing capabilities into devices can go a long way in helping make these devices smarter, and easier for the patient to use on their own. This recent Medical Design Briefs article -- written by Tekscan's VP of Sensors Mark Lowe -- shares how ultra-thin force-sensing technology can help design engineers develop more patient-centric medical devices, without adding complexity to their design.
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