Wireless monitoring of blood flow

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Hanyang University, Korea, have developed the first aerosol jet printed (AJP) biosensor for wireless monitoring of blood flow.

In a study published in Advanced Science, the team have used a novel AJP technique to 3D print an implantable and stretchable electronic system. This maintains a circuit-free and low-profile design with enhanced readout distances, capable of monitoring blood flow in the brain for aneurysm treatments.

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