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Showing 3 result(s) for "Bioelectronics"



An inexpensive device that utilizes non-invasive electromagnetic interactions with red blood cells to provide continuous monitoring for malaria.

A pressure mapping device used to monitor and prevent pressure ulcers in wheelchair and bedbound patients.

An engineered device that regulates the ionic concentration outside the cell using redox active polymers and influences the membrane potential for diagnostic, therapeutic and research applications.