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Creating highly innovative medical devices and technologies for leading healthcare companies

Medical product development projects have technical challenges that differ from one to the next. Solving these complex R&D challenges cannot be done by following an established route and innovative concept generation is a key to your success.

Plextek provides product design, software development, remote monitoring and wireless communication systems capabilities, coupled with a deep understanding of the life science sector. We hold the ISO 13485 certification for medical devices and when working with Plextek you get access to resources that can deliver tangible benefits for your organisation.

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Radar For Medical Imaging and Monitoring

8th April 2021: Dr Nigel Whittle, head of medical & healthcare at Plextek explores the potential use of microwaves for medicine in a Med-Tech news article.

High Times for Cannabis Vaping?

By: Nigel Whittle Head of Medical & healthcare 1st April 2021 The recent news that the NHS is planning a clinical trial of cannabis oil in the UK will come as a relief to many patients suffering from chronic pain, who regularly use marijuana to alleviate their symptoms. Although research is ongoing, there is good [...]

Gesture Control Of Laboratory Instrumentation

30th March 2021: Stephen Guy, chief technical officer at the Plextek and Design Momentum Life Science Partnership, explores how to communicate with collaborative robots in a lab environment.

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Creating Highly Innovative Medical Devices and Technologies

We provide unique solutions to sensing, data collection & communications challenges, solving our clients’ hardest engineering problems and working with them to create market advantage and maximise their potential.

Early Warning Hearing Loss

Noise-induced hearing loss results from exposure to loud sounds, either a single intense impulse or continuous exposure over a period of time, which can seriously damage sensitive structures in the inner ear

The Future Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Medical Practice

Developments in the field are already being felt in sectors where current practices are slow, complex or require highly-trained specialists. Current impact is likely to be dwarfed however by the future promise
of increased accuracy in clinical diagnosis, prognosis and treatment.

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“I’m Nigel Whittle. I would love to talk with you about your health and medical challenges.”