micropump


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micropump

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌpʌmp)
n
(Medicine) a small pump inserted under the skin to automatically deliver medicine at set intervals
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The micropump device is capable of dosing 2.92 * [10.sup.-5] [cm.sup.3]/s in a 3.11 Hz membrane pumping frequency configuration with a fluid velocity of 0.23 m/s.
The elasticity can be on the other hand utilized for various PDMS based pneumatic valves [2], [30], [23], [24] and pumps, figure 2 shows PDMS fabricated micropump that takes the advantages of elastic properties of material.
The electroactive polymers are an important class of materials for microvalve fabrication, or micropump fabrication, as they can be precisely controlled electrically.
Pan said that the fit-to-flow connectors can be integrated with a standard peripheral component interconnect (PCI) device commonly used in consumer electronics, while an embedded micropump will provide on-demand, self-propelled microfluidic operations.
Yet another intradermal insulin product in development is Debiotech SA's Jewel micropump, which is mounted to a disposable skin patch.
Design, fabrication, and testing of an electrohydrodynamic ion-drag micropump. Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 11(6):684-90.
David Grimes is a lead project engineer focusing on selective catalytic reduction systems for Micropump, Vancouver, Wash.
A University of Utah assistant professor of mechanical engineering and a bioengineering graduate student have developed a medical micropump that could significantly advance the development of lab-on-a-chip technology.
Chang, "An Electro-Osmotic Micropump Based on Monolithic Silica for Micro-Flow Analyses and Electro-Sprays," Anal.
Micropump offers a wide range of miniature pumps and drives for direct and indirect electronic cooling applications.
It offers flexible modularity with its dual-gradient micropump, thermostat column switching and microautosampling.