Flexible Nerve Stimulation Electrode With Iridium Oxide Sputtered on Liquid Crystal Polymer

  title={Flexible Nerve Stimulation Electrode With Iridium Oxide Sputtered on Liquid Crystal Polymer},
  author={Kevin Wang and Chung-Chiun Liu and Dominique M. Durand},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
Current electrode designs require flexible substrates that absorb little moisture and provide large charge injection capability. Sputtered iridium oxide films have superior charge injection capabilities versus noble metals and can adhere to various substrates. Liquid crystal polymers (LCPs) have very little water absorption compared to other flexible substrates. Therefore, the combination of sputtered iridium oxide film on LCP substrate was studied using 50 Hz, 100 mus duration, and 10 mA… CONTINUE READING
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