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Ultracompliant Carbon Nanotube Direct Bladder Device

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Title
Ultracompliant Carbon Nanotube Direct Bladder Device
Author(s)
Dongxiao Yan; Tim M. Bruns; Yuting Wu; Lauren L. Zimmerman; Chris Stephan; Anne P. Cameron; Euisik Yoon; John P. Seymour
Publication Date
2019-10
Journal
ADVANCED HEALTHCARE MATERIALS, v.8, no.20, pp.1900477 -
Publisher
WILEY
Abstract
© 2019 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, WeinheimThe bladder, stomach, intestines, heart, and lungs all move dynamically to achieve their purpose. A long-term implantable device that can attach onto an organ, sense its movement, and deliver current to modify the organ function would be useful in many therapeutic applications. The bladder, for example, can suffer from incomplete contractions that result in urinary retention with patients requiring catheterization. Those affected may benefit from a combination of a strain sensor and electrical stimulator to better control bladder emptying. The materials and design of such a device made from thin layer carbon nanotube (CNT) and Ecoflex 00–50 are described and demonstrate its function with in vivo feline bladders. During bench-top characterization, the resistive and capacitive sensors exhibit stability throughout 5000 stretching cycles under physiology conditions. In vivo measurements with piezoresistive devices show a high correlation between sensor resistance and volume. Stimulation driven from platinum-silicone composite electrodes successfully induce bladder contraction. A method for reliable connection and packaging of medical grade wire to the CNT device is also presented. This work is an important step toward the translation of low-durometer elastomers, stretchable CNT percolation, and platinum-silicone composite, which are ideal for large-strain bioelectric applications to sense or modulate dynamic organ states
URI
https://pr.ibs.re.kr/handle/8788114/6838
ISSN
2192-2640
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