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Front Neurosci. 2010 Feb 26;4:29. doi: 10.3389/neuro.20.002.2010.

Design challenges of implantable pressure monitoring system.

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Alfred E. Mann Foundation for Scientific Research Santa Clarita, CA, USA. jiang@aemf.org

Abstract

Pressure in various organs and body parts, such as blood vessels, heart, brain, eyes, bladder and GI tracts, is an important indication of health. Long term, continuous pressure monitoring is critically needed for a number of applications. When combined with existing neuro-prosthetics devices, they may provide better solutions to many neural disorders. First efforts toward a long-term implantable pressure monitoring system were initiated more than 40 years ago. However, a reliable, safe and implantable pressure sensor for long-term applications is not yet commercially available. This paper attempts to reveal the design challenges associated with the development of a long-term implantable pressure sensor.

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