Pulse Technologies used its MD&M Minneapolis booth to showcase various surfaces treated with its Layered Surface Restructuring (HSR) technology. [Photo by Executive Editor Chris Newmark]
Officials at Pulse Technologies, headquartered in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, believe that the product can promote innovation in the fields of neuromodulation and heart rhythm management, as well as other medical technology applications.
The tunable process uses an ultrashort pulse laser to design the electrode surface instead of using a special coating.
According to Pulse Technologies, HSR can enable smaller electrodes with higher electrochemical performance, durability, sensitivity and resolution.
Learn more at the Pulse Technologies booth (#2121).
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