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Analog Devices Healthcare Team Participates in MIT Forum on Medical Device Industry : ADI's healthcare technology experts Patrick O'Doherty and Tom O'Dwyer offer insights on trends impacting next-generation medical electronic systems.
Date:12/5/2008

nufacturers are being challenged to develop highly integrated chips that will provide the enabling technology for next-generation medical devices, including increasingly lighter and smaller portable medical devices."

As an example, O'Doherty discussed two eight-channel (octal) ultrasound receivers recently introduced by ADI. One offers the industry's lowest terminated noise for high- and mid-end cart-based ultrasound equipment that needs superior image quality, and the other is the most power-efficient device in its class for addressing the requirements of portable ultrasound systems. Both are examples of the highest level of integration available to ultrasound system manufacturers, with many key functions previously only available in discrete form, now provided on a single chip and designed to optimize ultrasound system performance.

Tom O'Dwyer took part in a panel discussion that focused on the topic, "The Next Semiconductor Opportunity: Medical Electronics and Systems." O'Dwyer and other medical electronics experts discussed state-of-the-art semiconductor technology as well as significant emerging trends affecting the design of new medical devices. Topics covered included ultra-low-power device and system design, system requirements and specifications, emerging applications, market opportunities and component technologies.

About Patrick O'Doherty

As healthcare segment director at Analog Devices, Patrick O'Doherty leads the company's business development and marketing efforts for technology that enables prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment of a variety of human conditions. O'Doherty oversees ADI's dedicated healthcare team that works to complement the ongoing efforts of ADI's many existing product lines and field resources already successfully focused on healthcare. His responsibilities include managing the design, sales, and marketing teams responsible for developing signal chain solut
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