Organ mounted electronics

John A Rogers (Inventor), Igor Efimov (Inventor), Sarah Gutbrod (Inventor), Lizhi Xu (Inventor), Andrew P Bonifas (Inventor), Richard Chad Webb (Inventor), Ahyeon Koh (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

Provided are devices and methods capable of interfacing with biological tissues, such as organs like the heart, in real-time and using techniques which provide the ability to monitor and control complex physical, chemical, biochemical and thermal properties of the tissues as a function of time. The described devices and methods utilize micro scale sensors and actuators to spatially monitor and control a variety of physical, chemical and biological tissue parameters, such as temperature, pH, spatial position, force, pressure, electrophysiology and to spatially provide a variety of stimuli, such as heat, light, voltage and current.
Original languageEnglish (US)
U.S. patent number10820862
StatePublished - Nov 3 2020

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