Drilling Electrode for Real-Time Measurement of Electrical Impedance in Bone Tissues

Abstract

In order to prevent possible damages to soft tissues, reliable monitoring methods are required to provide valuable information on the condition of the bone being cut. This paper describes the design of an electrical impedance sensing drill developed to estimate the relative position between the drill and the bone being drilled. The two-electrode method is… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10439-013-0938-8

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@article{Dai2013DrillingEF, title={Drilling Electrode for Real-Time Measurement of Electrical Impedance in Bone Tissues}, author={Yu Dai and Yuan Xue and Jianxun Zhang}, journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering}, year={2013}, volume={42}, pages={579-588} }