TT Electronics will be exhibiting at MD&M West, booth 3158, February 7 to 9, 2023, at the Anaheim Convention Center. In addition to its core offerings in power, connectivity, and sensor technologies, TT will again feature equipment and sensors that provide novel solutions and increased accuracy for surgical navigation, as illustrated by the Radwave Technologies Electromagnetic (EM) tracking platform. Demonstrations are available on request at TT’s booth.

TT’s EM sensor capabilities, developed at its medical device center of excellence in the U.S., provide accurate device tip tracking technologies for products covering cardiology/EP, IR, neurology, ENT, ortho, endoscopy, robotic surgery, and a range of other procedural areas. TT’s continued drive to innovate has resulted in the development of its smallest EM sensors yet. These sensors, available in both 5DOF and 6DOF options in either solid core or hollow core configurations, offer reliable and accurate tracking of extremely small medical device instruments featuring miniaturized EM sensor technology.

TT has long been a trusted partner for medical device and life science technology innovators. Our FDA-registered facilities in strategic locations around the world provide vertical integration and end-to-end solutions, enabling OEMs to accelerates time-to-market with delivery of ground-breaking products,” said Michael Leahan, Chief Operating Officer, TT  Electronics. “We look forward to our annual attendance at MD&M West and the opportunity for our medical solution experts to showcase our latest solutions.”

TT will also highlight its wider medical technology solutions at the show, including EM sensor-enabled catheter and complex surgical tool solutions, implantable devices, medical grade power supplies, smart sensors, and passive components.

To learn more about TT’s extensive healthcare capabilities, click here to schedule a private demonstration at MD&M West or visit the TT Electronics team at booth 3158 during the show.

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