Adhesives for Home Health Care EquipmentBiomedical engineering enhances the quality of healthcare by combining engineering and biology. These highly knowledgeable experts have played an indispensable role in developing solutions in upgrading designs, innovative, new products that optimize performance, reduce risks, improve agility, speed, accuracy and efficiency. Working with physicians, therapists, researchers, radiological equipment specialists, hospitals, clinics, pharmaceutical and medical equipment manufacturers, biomedical engineers have made important contributions in boosting, safety, effectiveness in diagnosis, prevention, monitoring, treatment of patients with serious ailments. Adjustments made to existing medical devices, instruments, apparatus, appliances in addition to novel advanced processes has been crucial to major progress to patient outcomes while lowering costs.

Establishing a close collaboration with biomedical engineers has enabled Master bond to offer our technical expertise to help unravel many challenging problems. Our biocompatible structural adhesive compounds exhibit durability, high/low temperature serviceability, sterilization resistance. They adhere well between metal alloys, plastics, rubbers, hybrid composites and have been employed for lightweighting purposes. They also exhibit toughness, withstand vibration, impact, shock, thermal cycling, dimensional stability, low shrinkage and can be dispensed both automatically/manually. It is particularly noteworthy that the use of compact, thin, densely packaged interconnective devices is becoming more prevalent in biomedical devices and select Master Bond grades provide heat dissipative characteristics to mitigate reliability problems associated with excess heat.

The following is a list of the most significant advances made by biomedical engineers.

  • Surgical devices
  • Insulin pumps
  • Pacemakers
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  • Lab on a chip
  • Kidney dialysis
  • Radiation therapy
  • Ultrasound
  • MRI
  • Prosthetics
  • Exercise equipment
  • Wearable technology
  • Monitor vital signs
  • Ventilator
  • 3D printing of biological organs
  • Stem cell engineering
  • Orthopedic implants
  • Ambulatory devices
  • Dental products
  • Neuromodulation devices
  • EKG/ECGs
  • Regenerative tissue growth
  • Telehealth
  • Biosignal processing monitors

These technological breakthroughs are extraordinary. The impressive accomplishments of biomedical engineers have not only greatly increased human life expectancy, but also the quality of life. While unquestionably much progress has transpired, an incalculable amount of effort is needed to keep people healthy. Many formidable medical conditions create a deterrent that must be defeated. Master Bond is busy compounding custom formulas to overcome obstacles in this quest to satisfy the requirements of biomedical engineers.