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Implantable Devices

Hudson started supplying implantable medical device components in the 1970’s working with the pioneers of the first implantable pacemakers. When the devices were first developed, they were encased in epoxy, but is was soon discovered that the human body would reject the epoxy coating. The next generation of devices developed were encased in pure titanium to avoid the breakdown of the barrier. Titanium enclosures, like those provided by Hudson Technologies, provide protection to the vital electronics that deliver lifesaving therapy for patients like the pacemaker.

For over 50 years Hudson continues to provide precision, customized deep-drawn and shallow-drawn enclosures for the implantable medical device industry to customer all over the world.