Highly resolved strain imaging during needle insertion: Results with a novel biologically inspired device.

@article{Oldfield2014HighlyRS,
  title={Highly resolved strain imaging during needle insertion: Results with a novel biologically inspired device.},
  author={Matthew J. Oldfield and Colleen Burrows and Johannes Kerl and Luca Frasson and Tassanai Parittotokkaporn and Frank Beyrau and Ferdinando Rodriguez y Baena},
  journal={Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials},
  year={2014},
  volume={30},
  pages={50-60}
}
Percutaneous needle insertions are a common part of minimally invasive surgery. However, the insertion process is necessarily disruptive to the substrate. Negative side effects are migration of deep-seated targets and trauma to the surrounding material. Mitigation of these effects is highly desirable, but relies on a detailed understanding of the needle-tissue interactions, which are difficult to capture at a sufficiently high resolution. Here, an adapted Digital Image Correlation (DIC… CONTINUE READING
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