Sensors in the Health Care Industry
As the key to collecting data, Winsen sensors also play an important role in the medical industry. Its application can greatly improve the safety, reliability and stability of medical equipment, mainly involving pressure, flow, temperature and humidity, infrared, oxygen and other sensors. Common application fields include respiratory equipment, anesthesia equipment, diagnostic monitoring equipment, etc.
Sensors for Medical Equipment in the COVID-19：
◆ Infrared sensors are used in thermometers that measure body temperature on the forehead or wrist;
◆ High-precision differential pressure sensors are used in the air control systems of hospital offices and wards;
◆ Temperature and humidity sensors are used in the equipment of the production, storage and transportation of vaccines and medicines.
MEMS Sensors Shine in the Medical Industry
MEMS flow sensors can measure or adjust the flow rate of gas or liquid in tubes, and are mainly used in intensive care ventilators, portable ventilators, portable instruments, air and environmental protection, and industrial process control.
MEMS pressure sensors play an important role in pathological examination of medical patients and monitoring of minimally invasive surgery. Arterial blood pressure, intracranial pressure, and intrapulmonary pressure are all important parameters in the medical process. In addition, the monitoring, treatment, and health care required for medical care are inseparable from the accurate measurement of pressure sensors. In addition to precise medical and surgical facilities, medical supplies such as electronic sphygmomanometers that are often used in daily life also use pressure sensors to achieve autonomous real-time measurement.
About 80% to 90% of breath is related to oral diseases. MEMS breath sensors detect volatile odorous hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gas, which can detect possible related diseases in patients.
How Does the Winsen Ozone Sensor Monitor and Ensure the Reliability of Disinfection Throughout the Process?
The advanced oxidation process with ozone as the core can effectively inactivate the virus, and finally the ozone is decomposed into oxygen. It is a safe, green and environmentally friendly disinfection technology for the elimination of the COVID-19.
Winsen ozone sensor, high-range is used to detect the concentration of ozone in the disinfection process. Generally, the ozone concentration needs to reach 30-40ppm, the insufficient ozone concentration cannot achieve the effect of complete disinfection. After disinfection, low-range ozone sensor is used to detect ozone residues in the environment to prevent pollution and ensure the reliability of disinfection.
Here You Can Find All Winsen Health Care Industry Solutions
Winsen is a sensor expert in the health care industry. The R&D team of more than 100 people support you to further develop your products, with customized production and service concepts. Based on advanced electrochemical and MEMS technologies, Winsen provides a variety of flow, temperature and gas sensor solutions, applying infrared sensor technology for body temperature screening, applying pressure, flow, temperature and humidity sensors in systems such as ventilators and anesthesia machines, applying oxygen sensor to ensure oxygen concentration in the Oxygenator. Winsen medical sensors will continue to develop in the direction of miniaturization, low power consumption, low cost, high sensitivity, multi-function, safety and non-toxicity, and dedicate our strength to intelligent medical services.
Provide forehead thermometer manufacturers with cost-effective, long-life thermopile sensors, NTC chip ensures high precision, 1 second accurate temperature measurement, no laser point.Learn more
Ventilator and Anesthesia Machine
Provide ventilator with oxygen sensor to ensure that oxygen is delivered to the patient at a preset oxygen concentration, provide anesthesia machine with flow sensor to ensure that the gas mixture is delivered to the patient at the appropriate pressure and flow rate.Learn more
The high-range ozone sensor is used to detect the concentration of ozone in the disinfection process, and the low-range ozone sensor is used to detect the ozone residue in the environment to ensure the safety and reliability of the entire disinfection process.Learn more
Provide ultra-low flow oxygen sensors to monitor the oxygen concentration in the oxygenator in real time to ensure the accuracy and safety of oxygen therapy.Learn more
WANT A CUSTOMER-SPECIFIC TAILORED SOLUTION?
With our dedicated knowledge and experience in gas sensors, we are happy to advise and work with you to find the perfect solution for your specific sensing requirements.Contact us
YOU MAY ALSO BE INTEREDTED IN THIS
Many people may not know much about ammonia, but they must have smelled it. There are ammonia existence in unclean toilets, crowded people etc. As a "useful" and "toxic" gas, ammonia gas exists in all walks of life, and sensors used to measure ammonia gas are also widely used in different industries.
Fine particles are also called PM2.5. Fine particles refer to particles with a diameter of air dynamic equivalent in the ambient air less than or equal to 2.5 microns. It can be suspended in the air for a long time. The higher the concentration in the air, the more severe the air pollution is. The impact of PM2.5 on the atmospheric environment and human health is also greater, which is the main murderer who leads to black lungs and haze days.
MEMS sensor is a cutting -edge research field developed on the basis of microelectronics technology. After more than forty years, it has become one of the major scientific and technological fields of the world. It involves a variety of disciplines and technologies such as electronics, machinery, materials, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, etc., and has broad application prospects.
Compared with other types of gas sensors, infrared gas sensors have a lot of advantages, such as good selectivity, long life, no dependence of oxygen, small interference by the environment, not easy to poison, high accuracy, etc. With the development of sensing technology, more and more advanced infrared gas sensors have appeared on the market.