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000182176 245__ $$aDeveloping Highly-Integrated Subcutaneous Biochips for Remote Monitoring of Human Metabolism
000182176 269__ $$a2012
000182176 260__ $$bIeee$$c2012$$aNew York
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000182176 336__ $$aConference Papers
000182176 490__ $$aIEEE Sensors
000182176 520__ $$aA highly integrated system for remote monitoring of several human metabolites is proposed. It is obtained by integrating several components, such as: bio-probes, carbon nanotubes, micro-fabricated gold-electrodes, temperature and pH sensors, extremely small CMOS IC and multilayer coil for remote powering data acquisition and transmission. The entire system has final sizes of only 2.2 mm in width and thick and it is long 1.5 cm. In this paper, results on sensors micro-fabrication, sensing tests, IC design, and power transmission are presented. These results confirmed that the proposed approach is suitable for minimally invasive monitoring of multi-metabolites in humans.
000182176 700__ $$0242413$$g182237$$aCarrara, Sandro
000182176 700__ $$0242421$$g176841$$aCavallini, Andrea
000182176 700__ $$aGhoreishizadeh, Sara
000182176 700__ $$0242419$$g183208$$aOlivo, Jacopo
000182176 700__ $$aDe Micheli, Giovanni$$0240269$$g167918
000182176 7112_ $$dOctober 28-31, 2012$$cTaipei, Taiwan$$aIEEE Sensors Conference
000182176 773__ $$tProceedings of the IEEE Sensors Conference
000182176 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/182176/files/IEEE_Sensors_2012-Carrara.pdf$$zn/a$$s483582$$yn/a
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