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  • Development of Implantable Wireless Sensor Nodes for ...

    2018-3-26u2002·u2002Additionally, implantable devices can be used to monitor biological information of animals for the development of new food and new medicine for the improvement of animal husbandry, as well as for MedTech innovation . Compared to traditional wireless sensors, which include appropriate microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) for the signals to be ...

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  • Graphene-Based Sensors for Human Health Monitoring

    2019-6-11u2002·u2002Biocompatibility of Graphene. Although graphene-based sensors have received considerable attention in health monitoring and biomedical applications, it is crucial to consider the impact of graphene and its derivatives on human health such as its biocompatibility, toxicity, as well as its potential risks to the environment before graphene is integrated with human skin, …

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  • Soft subdermal implant capable of wireless battery ...

    2021-1-22u2002·u2002The compact and lightweight electronic design (Fig. 1c; 1.4 g; 19 mm-long × 12 mm-wide × 5 mm thick) allows seamless integration of the …

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  • Electro-Quasistatic Animal Body Communication for ...

    2021-2-8u2002·u2002The use of animals in biological research and medicine has been a longstanding practice given the similarity between the animal and human anatomy and physiology. The current state of the art in animal signal recording includes miniaturized wearable or implantable devices with stimulation and recording capabilities.

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  • An Implantable Intravascular Pressure Sensor for a ...

    2016-8-8u2002·u2002The final size of the packaged device is 2.6 mm by 3.6 mm by 1.8 mm. A prototype electronic circuit for conditioning and read-out of the pressure signal is developed, satisfying the VAD-specific requirements of low power consumption (less than 14.5 mW in continuous mode) and small form factor.

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  • Biomaterials in cochlear implants

    2011-3-10u2002·u20021.2 Clinical provision: status. At present, some 2,000 cochlear implants are fitted in Germany every year. By way of comparison, around 66,000 cardiac pacemakers are implanted there annually [].The technical execution of the surgical procedure is …

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  • Wireless optofluidic brain probes for chronic ...

    2019-8-5u2002·u2002Four different insertion lengths (1 mm, 1.2 mm, 1.4 mm, 1.6 mm), four different diameter values of the female PDMS holes (1.00 mm, 1.15 mm, 1.20 mm, 1.25 mm), and two different PDMS base to curing ...

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  • Wirelessly operated bioelectronic sutures for the ...

    2021-10-15u2002·u2002Dashed lines and shaded areas show mean ± s.d. (n = 4 wireless measurements on days 1, 4, 7 and 14) before the suture was subjected to …

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  • Zhenan Bao's Profile

    Zhenan Bao is part of Stanford Profiles, official site for faculty, postdocs, students and staff information (Expertise, Bio, Research, Publications, and more). The site facilitates research and collaboration in academic endeavors.

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  • Neuroprosthetic baroreflex controls haemodynamics after ...

    2021-1-27u2002·u2002Vacuum pressure was measured via 5 mm polyurethane tubing that ran from the LBNP chamber interior to a dual-port on-chip 4 pin pressure sensor (Model MPX2050DP, NXP Semiconductors) which produced ...

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