Passive Components In Medical Implants: World Market Study: 2005-2010

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This is a detailed analysis of passive component consumption in implantable medical devices.

Passive Components In Medical Implants: World Market Study: 2005-2010

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This is a detailed analysis of passive component consumption in implantable medical devices with emphasis upon low power and high power cardio-inverter implantable pacemakers and defibrillators. The emphasis is upon flash capacitor technology in the 390 Vdc 200 µF range; and ceramic feedthru capacitors for EMI/RFI filtering. One of the most fascinating and demand end-use market segments, the implantable defibrillator vendors are keen upon their passive component supply chain because of the stringent requirements to compete. The study addresses shifts in dielectrics for flash capacitors away from aluminum to tantalum wet slug designs; and the advancements in throughole capacitor designs. The study looks at the BSX purchase of Guidant and focuses on the prospects of Medtronic and St. Jude and the entire rapidly growing and changing segment over the next five years.
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