By Ping Wang
"Biomedical Sensors and size" is an interdisciplinary publication combining electronics with biology and drugs. It supplies an outline of the idea that and precept of biomedical sensors and dimension. First, the fundamental concept and expertise are defined, through info of the actual sensors, chemical sensors, biosensors and their common purposes in biomedicine. moreover, the interface know-how of the sensors and the common size platforms is gifted. the massive volume of bright and particular figures and formulation can assist to deepen the knowledge of the basic and new functions concerning biomedical sensors and size expertise. The publication is meant for biomedical engineers, scientific physicists and different researchers and pros in biomedicine-related specialties, specially interdisciplinary stories. Prof. Ping Wang and Dr. Qingjun Liu either paintings on the Biosensor nationwide distinct Laboratory, Key Laboratory for Biomedical Engineering of schooling Ministry, division of Biomedical Engineering, Zhejiang collage, China.
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Twelve healthy white rabbits were divided into three groups for 38 2 Basics of Sensors and Measurement different implantation periods (1, 4 and 12 weeks), with four animals tested during each time period. After the surgical procedure, the sensor was implanted in the paravertebral muscles on one side of the spine about 2 – 5 cm from the midline and parallel to the spinal column. The section orientation in relation to the implant dimensions and implant orientation was recorded. The biological response parameters assessed and recorded included: (a) the extent of fibrous capsule and inflammation; (b) the degeneration determined by changes in tissue morphology; (c) the number and distribution of inflammatory cells types, namely macrophages, polymorphonuclear leukocytes, lymphocytes, plasma cells, giant cells, as a function of distance from the material/tissue interface; (d) the presence of necrosis determined by nuclear debris and/or capillary wall breakdown; (e) the other parameters such as material debris, fatty infiltration and presence of granulomata.
The structure and properties of the sensor’s outer membrane, which is in direct contact with the host tissue or blood, is essential to consider carefully. The membrane should provide high transport selectivity and rate for analytes to be measured and to avoid leakage of potentially toxic components. The morphological characteristics also influence the sensitivity of the sensor. If the membrane is subject to mechanical damage or with stripping from the underlying enzyme layer, the sensor will operate abnormally.
Electronic nose (e-Nose) and electronic tongue (e-Tongue), which mimics animals’ smell and taste to detect odors and chemical components, have been carried out due to their potential commercial applications for biomedicine, food industry and environmental protection. The biomimetic artificial nose and tongue will be presented. Firstly, the smell and taste sensors mimicking the mammalian olfaction and gustation will be described, and then, some mimetic application with the signal processing methods for odorants and tastants detecting will be developed.