Implantable Sensors and Systems

Author: Edited by Guang Zhong Yang

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Implantable sensing, whether used for transient or long-term monitoring of in vivo physiological, bio-electrical, bio-chemical and metabolic changes, is a rapidly advancing field of research and development. Underpinned by increasingly small, smart and energy efficient designs, they become an integral part of surgical prostheses or implants for both acute and chronic conditions, supporting optimised, context aware sensing, feedback, or stimulation with due consideration of system level impact. From sensor design, fabrication, on-node processing with application specific integrated circuits, to power optimisation, wireless data paths and security, this book provides a detailed explanation of both the theories and practical considerations of developing novel implantable sensors. Other topics covered by the book include sensor embodiment and flexible electronics, implantable optical sensors and power harvesting. Implantable Sensors and Systems – from Theory to Practice is an important reference for those working in the field of medical devices. The structure of the book is carefully prepared so that it can also be used as an introductory reference for those about to enter into this exciting research and developing field. show more

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Weight 1337 g
Author

Edited by Guang Zhong Yang

Publisher

Springer Nature Switzerland AG

Binding

Paperback / softback

ISBN-10

3030099091

Dimensions

235 x 155

Language

English

Country of Pub

Switzerland

Book Condition

New

Notes

169 Illustrations, color; 69 Illustrations, black and white; XII, 646 p. 238 illus., 169 illus. in color.

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