Medical and Health Products

  • The Ceramic Society of Japan


Devices and materials that take advantage of various characteristics of ceramics have been developed and used in medical and physicochemical related products. Introduced in this section are piezoelectric ceramics for ultrasonic probes and virus absorption and decomposition filters, which are ceramic products that have been used in medical and analysis fields.


Influenza Virus Piezoelectric Material Piezoelectric Ceramic Nonwoven Fabric Virus Absorption 
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  1. 1.TokyoJapan

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