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Smart Instruments, Microprocessors, Personal Computers

  • Murray Eden (a1)

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This discussion of Emerging Technology focuses on technological currents in electronic technology rather than in medical technology per se. The influence of the former on the latter is not merely that medical devices have electronic parts, but that the development of new circuit technology can change radically the design, utility, and even the function of the medical devices.

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