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Soft Electronics Based on Stretchable and Conductive Nanocomposites for Biomedical Applications

Title
Soft Electronics Based on Stretchable and Conductive Nanocomposites for Biomedical Applications
Authors
Llerena Zambrano, ByronRenz, Aline F.Ruff, TobiasLienemann, SamuelTybrandt, KlasVoroes, JanosLee, Jaehong
DGIST Authors
Llerena Zambrano, Byron; Renz, Aline F.; Ruff, Tobias; Lienemann, Samuel; Tybrandt, Klas; Voroes, Janos; Lee, Jaehong
Issue Date
2021-02
Citation
Advanced Healthcare Materials, 10(3), 2001397
Type
Article
Article Type
Article; Early Access
Author Keywords
brain machine interfacesfiber&#8208based soft electronicsimplantable stretchable electronicsnanocompositesperipheral nerve and muscle interfaces
Keywords
NERVE CUFF ELECTRODECHRONIC IMMUNE-RESPONSESPINAL-CORDPERIPHERAL-NERVENEURAL STIMULATIONSTRAIN SENSORIN-VITROBRAIN-TISSUEFIBERSCOMPOSITE
ISSN
2192-2640
Abstract
Research on the field of implantable electronic devices that can be directly applied in the body with various functionalities is increasingly intensifying due to its great potential for various therapeutic applications. While conventional implantable electronics generally include rigid and hard conductive materials, their surrounding biological objects are soft and dynamic. The mechanical mismatch between implanted devices and biological environments induces damages in the body especially for long-term applications. Stretchable electronics with outstanding mechanical compliance with biological objects effectively improve such limitations of existing rigid implantable electronics. In this article, the recent progress of implantable soft electronics based on various conductive nanocomposites is systematically described. In particular, representative fabrication approaches of conductive and stretchable nanocomposites for implantable soft electronics and various in vivo applications of implantable soft electronics are focused on. To conclude, challenges and perspectives of current implantable soft electronics that should be considered for further advances are discussed. © 2020 Wiley-VCH GmbH
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/12516
DOI
10.1002/adhm.202001397
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Related Researcher
  • Author Lee, Jaehong Soft Biomedical Devices Lab
  • Research Interests Fiber electronics; wearable electronics; soft electronics; conductive fiber; biomedical engineering
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Collection:
Department of Robotics EngineeringSoft Biomedical Devices Lab1. Journal Articles


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