Posts Tagged ultrasound

New compound raises the bar for medical plastics

Friday, March 8th, 2013 | Permalink

A polypyrolle compound developed by an international research team converts ultrasound waves into optical signals that can be used to produce an image. In the research study, polypyrolle, a conductive plastic, was compounded with gold nanorods, which generally are available in diameters from 10-50 nm. An optical signal transmitted into the plastics compound interacts with inbound ultrasound waves and then passes through. A specialized transducer reads the signal and converts it into an image. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  medical plastics ultrasound polypyrrole read more

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Ultrasound for commercial fetal entertainment business

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012 | Permalink

“persons who promote, sell, or lease ultrasound equipment for making ‘keepsake’ fetal videos should know that we view this as an unapproved use of a medical device .” The FDA further states that. “we can’t assume prenatal …

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