Hierarchical Surface Restructuring Technology Can Outperform Coating and Thin-Film Technologies for Long-Term Implantable Electrodes and Microelectrode Arrays
In recent decades, the medical device industry has been moving towards the miniaturization of long-term implantable electrodes and microelectrode arrays to treat various cardiac, neurological, retinal and hearing disorders.read more
We are pleased to announce that Pulse Technologies has been awarded a Silver EcoVadis Medal, recognizing our efforts to run both sustainably and ethically. This medal acknowledges us as a growing leader in sustainability for our industry, with our score putting us ahead of 75 percent of companies assessed by EcoVadis.read more
Our metallurgists recently completed an ambitious three-year project to create a family of titanium alloys whose balance of properties has been optimized for medical applications.read more
A new surface modification process enhances the properties of the metal alloys used for implantable medical electrodes. Called laser restructuring, this patented process employs carefully-controlled laser pulses to create engineered microstructures on the metal substrate surfaces.read more
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