A SiC microdevice for the minimally invasive monitoring of ischemia in living tissues.

@article{Gmez2006ASM,
  title={A SiC microdevice for the minimally invasive monitoring of ischemia in living tissues.},
  author={Rodrigo G{\'o}mez and Antoni Ivorra and Rosa Villa and Philippe Godignon and Jos{\'e} Mill{\'a}n and Ivan Erill and A P{\'e}rez Sola and Georgina Hotter and Lu{\'i}s Palacios},
  journal={Biomedical microdevices},
  year={2006},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={43-9}
}
Monitoring of ischemia in living tissues is a field of increasing interest in many clinical settings. In this work we report for the first time anywhere the development of needle-shaped, minimally-invasive impedance probes based on silicon carbide (SiC) substrates. An in-vitro comparison of these new devices with Si-based impedance probes demonstrates that their effective operation range extends up to the 100 kHz range, thus allowing a wide-spectrum multi-frequency analysis of impedance modulus… CONTINUE READING

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