Implantable Telemetry in Biomedical Research

@article{Meindl1984ImplantableTI,
  title={Implantable Telemetry in Biomedical Research},
  author={James D. Meindl and Andrew James Ford},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={1984},
  volume={BME-31},
  pages={817-823}
}
Animal models of human physiology, pathology, and pharmacology are indispensable tools in biomedical research. Totally implantable radiotelemetry systems provide an invaluable appendage to animal models because these systems are a means for acquisition of otherwise unavailable experimental data. Implantable systems for measurement of velocity, volume flow, dimension, pressure, strain, bioelectric potential, temperature, and pH in selected applications are discussed. 

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