Customized Packaging for Medical

Surgical devices and active medical implants come with extremely stringent and demanding requirements for their electronic components. Custom-designed feedthroughs, connectors, and packaging technology from SCHOTT can enable next-level reliability and completely new electronic device designs.
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A new level of reliability

In medical treatment, failure is not an option. SCHOTT’s hermetic feedthroughs and packages enable transmission of power and data signals while providing gas-tight protection for highly sensitive medical device electronics. This translates into long-term reliability, including sterilization for thousands of cycles.

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Solving design challenges. Enabling innovations

From increased longevity and reliability to designing ultra-miniature, next-generation medical device electronics, the requirements and challenges in medical applications are numerous. SCHOTT‘s dedicated team of R&D experts works with our broad portfolio of in-house technologies to offer fully custom-made components that meet challenging reliability and miniaturization requirements.

SCHOTT Customized Feedthrough for Implantable Devices

Product variants

SCHOTT offers custom components for medical electronics with a diverse set of end uses. These include feedthroughs for batteries and electronics, autoclavable connectors and microelectronic packages to protect surgical device electronics, as well as ultra-miniature chip-size packaging offered by SCHOTT Primoceler for implantable devices.

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Range of autoclavable SCHOTT Microelectronic Packaging components for medical devices in steam sterilization environment
Discover the benefits of autoclavable connectors for medical applications.

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News & Innovation stories

Mitigating the risk of cross-contamination

The medical industry has extremely high safety and hygiene standards. As such, medical devices must be autoclaved to prevent risk of cross contamination after contact with the human body. This creates a need for using components in medical devices made from specialty glass, ceramics, and metal that can withstand the harsh sterilization process.

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Innerspace

Smart implants, which transmit and capture data or are equipped with optical components such as sensors, are becoming more and more common.

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How glass-sealed connectors help increase medical device longevity

As medical instruments and technologies grow more sophisticated and complex, it is increasingly important to guard sensitive components from the autoclaving process while supporting their longevity. Glass offers a solution.

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Meet us between 03-06 February, 2020 at Photonics West in San Francisco, USA.

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Jochen Herzberg, Senior Program Manager Medical Products
Jochen Herzberg

Senior Program Manager Medical Products