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Implanted Passive Pressure Sensor Interrogated with (Ultra)-Sound (iPPSIS)
Application Easy-to-use, short and long-term, minimally invasive, MR-safe approach for directly measuring the variation of intracranial pressure. Key Benefits A minimally invasive device that is compatible with MRI imaging for quantitatively measuring intracranial pressure. A prototype has been developed showing the ability to measure shunt pressure...
Published: 3/1/2024       Contributor(s): David Myers, Nicholas Au Yong, Brooks Lindsey, Cecilia Alessandra Luna, Saeyoung (Sunny) Kim, Bowen Jing
Latent Variable Modeling for Developing Neuroprosthetic Devices
Application A high-performing neural decoder that reconstructs spiking data from local field potentials to analyze neural recordings for developing neuro-prosthetic devices. Key Benefits Capable of augmenting local field potential to overcome perturbations in data. Improved decoding stability with high accuracy. Potential to lead to the development...
Published: 1/25/2024       Contributor(s): Brianna Karpowicz, Chethan Pandarinath, Yahia Ali, Marc Slutzky, Robert Flint, Bareesh Bhaduri
Digital Sutures for Recording Muscle Electrical Activity
Application Sutures fabricated with an array of small electrical sensors that can be implanted into muscle areas of interest to record and monitor electrical activity. Key Benefits Improved recording resolution compared to conventional medical techniques. Ease of adoption as suturing is a common surgical technique. Flexible and compliant with...
Published: 4/23/2024       Contributor(s): Samuel J. Sober, Bryce Chung, Muhannad Bakir, Muneeb Zia