Implantable microelectronic devices

@inproceedings{Strydis2005ImplantableMD,
  title={Implantable microelectronic devices},
  author={Christos Strydis},
  year={2005}
}
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science CE-MS-2005-06 In recent years, biomedical engineering has seen phenomenal technological achievements. A particular subfield biomedical, microelectronic implants has emerged and, in time, gained much momentum. Starting with the implantable pacemaker some 50 years ago, such devices have been increasingly investigated over the last two decades, resulting in a plethora of actual systems of diverse capabilities and for various… CONTINUE READING

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