bioinstrument

bi·o·in·stru·ment

(bī'ō-in'strū-ment),
A sensor or device usually attached to or embedded in the human body or other living animal to record and to transmit physiologic data to a receiving and monitoring station.

bi·o·in·stru·ment

(bī'ō-in'strŭ-mĕnt)
A sensor or device attached to or embedded in the body to record and transmit physiologic data to a receiving station.

bioinstrument

(bī″ō-ĭn′stroo-mĕnt)
A device placed in the body to record or transmit data.
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New laser techniques, including laser diodes and pulsed laser, have expanded the capabilities of bioinstrument techniques.
Already well-established in the instrument market is the two-year-old CyBio AG, Jena, an outgrowth of Jenoptic Bioinstruments. Currently, one of their most successful products is the CyBi screen machine, a modular HTS system.