The market for biomedical diagnosis is expected to continue growing exponentially within the next decade due to an aging and growing global population that is causing an increase in health expenditures to address ailments such as obesity, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases. Traditionally, biomedical diagnosis is mainly performed by sending collected samples (blood, urine, or other samples) to an off-site laboratory. Printed electronics has fundamentally changed this process.
Flexible electronics have opened the door to point-of-care biosensor devices that allow biomedical diagnosis to occur at the time and place of patient care. These advanced biosensor devices are small in size, extremely accurate, and deliver fast sample-to-answer responses. Nissha GSI has been active in this space for almost 10 years and is currently printing lab-on-a-chip biosensors based on tight tolerance microfluidic printing technology. This technique simplifies the steps of testing, automates the process, and further enables the miniaturization of biomedical devices.
We have the knowledge and equipment to help you at every stage of manufacturing, from prototypes all the way to global-scale production following IQ/OQ/PQ protocols and ISO 13485 requirements. In many cases, we can even improve your time to market.
Long-standing relationships with key material, technology, and equipment suppliers enable us to give you consistent quality at competitive prices.
We have produced many medical microfluidic device components since entering this market. We’re pleased to put our knowledge and experience to work for you.
With manual sheet-fed, automatic sheet-fed, and web roll-to-roll presses in-house, Nissha GSI can tailor the size of each run to the opportunity or substrate used and easily scale when demand rises. Many manufacturing lines utilize 100% electrical testing for continuous process control and continuous vision systems for defect detection.
Products are produced every day based on a large variety of substrates and conductive materials. Polymer film and paper substrates are quite common. A broad choice of ink systems are available depending on desired functionality. Systems include silver, silver chloride, gold, carbon, platinized carbon, nickel, zinc, bismuth, tungsten, graphene, and various unique nanoparticle materials.