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Researchers Develop Invisible Implantable Medical Sensor Arrays

Invisible Implantable Medical Sensor Arrays | In Compliance Magazine

University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers have developed a new invisible implantable medical sensor array that does not interfere with traditional imaging diagnostics. The sensors are made of graphene and are very flexible and transparent due to the superior conductive properties of graphene.

The sensors were then constructed into a microelectrode array that works in tandem with a variety of imaging technologies. These invisible sensors could be used in a wide range of applications from neuroscience to cardiac care and early detection of glaucoma.

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