We’re diligently committed to providing patient monitoring devices that change patients’ lives and bring them comfort. Remote patient monitoring using wearable sensors that are worn for prolonged periods under a variety of conditions present a number of challenges, so we put our commitment into practice and work with manufacturers to develop innovative designs and solutions that enhance quality of life.
Baril engineers are working with industry leaders in remote patient monitoring to make wearable sensors safer and more comfortable. Baril’s expertise with medical adhesives, multilayer lamination, cleanroom injection molding, and precision die cutting can help design and produce safe, effective solutions for the most demanding patient monitoring applications.
Baril’s President, Dan Baril, is an advisory board member for The Center for Personalized Health Monitoring (CPHM) at UMass Amherst’s Institute for Applied Life Sciences: A leader in collaborating with industry and clinical partners to pave the way for commercializing innovations and promoting economic development.
- Sleep research
- Fitness and lifestyle monitoring
- Temperature monitoring
- Fall detection
- Therapeutic drug monitoring
- Fragile skin – infant and elderly
Devices & Components
- EKG electrodes
- EEG electrodes
- Wearable sensors
- Miniaturized sensors
- Wireless sensors
- Conductive adhesives
- Bonding and surface mount adhesives
- Sleep apnea device components
- Cable tethers
- Medical device box build components
- Flex circuit components
A global medical device manufacturer was experiencing unacceptable quality issues from their supplier of critical components for its leading line of cardiac monitors. These issues weren’t being addressed quickly enough. Expecting an almost year-long process to get a second contract line up and running, they were surprised by Baril’s proposal.
Baril pulled out all the stops and found ways to streamline the build time and regulatory and quality vetting processes. Our customer had their second line shipping product in 6 months, with no quality issues.