Seiichi Ikeda

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In this paper, we propose an in vitro patient-tailored biological model of human cerebral artery, an innovative platform for simulating intravascular neurosurgery to evaluate medical robots and devices. This anatomically accurate model reproduces 3-dimensional configuration of individual arteries with an artery-like thin membranous structure made of(More)
In this paper we present how nanoelectronics should advance medicine , providing details on the teleoperated techniques and equipment design methodology necessary for the effective development of nanorobots. The platform architecture describes how to use a nanoro-bot for intracranial prognosis, and shows how it should be integrated for medical(More)
This paper presents a sensor fusion between intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and magnetic trackers for constructing the virtual reality three dimensional models of the blood vessels. We propose this approach for vasculature modeling as part of a guidance system relying on augmented reality for assistance during aortic stent graft deploy. This guidance will(More)
Real-time and accurate stress calculation in walls of vasculature is desired to provide catheter insertion robots of feedback control without changing the catheter stiffness and lumen. This feedback source has also applications in endovascular surgery simulation for human skills and medical tools evaluation. For that purpose we consider photoelastic effect,(More)
— This paper presents an innovative hardware architecture for medical use of nanorobots proposed as an advanced and precise tool for brain aneurysm instrumentation and diagnosis. The feasibility of the outlined architecture is supported by nanobioelectronics, clinical data, and wireless technologies, as embedded integrated system devices for molecular(More)
It is desirable for endovascular surgery simulation to describe with quantitative data the interaction between the catheter and the blood vessel model wall to make an objective evaluation of the procedure. Photoelastic stress analysis in straight segments of multi-layered models was used for that purpose. In this research we study the error introduced by(More)
This paper reports a magnetic steering method for controlled porogen fabrication of scaffold for blood vessel regeneration. The method described involves generating gradient magnetic field by a combination structure of Helmholtz coils and Maxwell coils to propel particularly prepared magnetic sugar particles (MSPs) moving in fluid environment at desired(More)