D Nebrigic

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Circulatory support devices require 10-20 W. Currently, several devices are under development for the transmission of this power via transcutaneous transformers, with the secondary implanted subcutaneously and the primary worn externally. Because these devices are air cored, they have relatively large, bulky external appliances, poor coil to coil coupling,(More)
A defunctionalized ileal pouch is thin-walled (1-2 mm), well perfused (blood flow, 0.3-1.0 ml/g/min), and tactile-insensitive. If fixed within the abdominal wall and provided with a miniature stoma for primary wire entry, the heat dissipating capacity and achievable geometries could facilitate small efficient intra- to extracorporeal power transformers with(More)
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