Continuous wireless pressure monitoring and mapping with ultra-small passive sensors for health monitoring and critical care.

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Continuous monitoring of internal physiological parameters is essential for critical care patients, but currently can only be practically achieved via tethered solutions. Here we report a wireless, real-time pressure monitoring system with passive, flexible, millimetre-scale sensors, scaled down to unprecedented dimensions of 1 × 1 × 0.1 cubic millimeters… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6028

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@article{Chen2014ContinuousWP, title={Continuous wireless pressure monitoring and mapping with ultra-small passive sensors for health monitoring and critical care.}, author={Lisa Y. Chen and Benjamin C-K Tee and Alex Chortos and Gregor Schwartz and Victor L Tse and Darren J Lipomi and H-S.P. Wong and Michael V. McConnell and Zhenan Bao}, journal={Nature communications}, year={2014}, volume={5}, pages={5028} }