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Snug Sensor Keeps Tabs on Healing Blood Vessels

News   Jan 09, 2019 | Original story by Taylor Kubota, Stanford University

 
Wireless, Battery-free, Biodegradable Blood Flow Sensor

Artist’s depiction of the biodegradable pressure sensor wrapped around a blood vessel with the antenna off to the side (layers separated to show details of the antenna’s structure). Image credit: Levent Beker

 
 
 

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