Advanced Platform Technology Center
Health Monitoring & Maintenance
Device development projects are being pursued in the area of health monitoring and maintenance; each of which addresses an unmet clinical need, involves state-of-the-art microsystems and materials, and requires meaningful collaborations between engineers and clinicians. Core Center funding built the interdisciplinary investigative teams that established the technical feasibility of a miniature wireless implanted pressure monitoring microsystem for chronic monitoring of unstable conditions without indwelling catheters, such as urological and colorectal complications of spinal cord injury. The team is also developing a device to provide pressure feedback for other treatment modalities and a disposable, integrated surface electrotherapy delivery system for accelerated wound healing.
Photo: Bogie Lab at VA, Tyler Freeto.
M. Damaser, PhD • K. Bogie, DPhil • B. Cmolik, MD • Y. Elgudin, MD, PhD • U. Gurkan, PhD • K. Henzel, MD, PhD • M-C. Huang, PhD • F. Jacono, MD • V. Labhasetwar, PhD • S. Majerus, PhD • J. McDaniel, PhD • G. Pinault, MD • E. Plow, PhD • J. Potkay, PhD • S. Selkirk, MD, PhD • H. von Recum, PhD • M. Walker, MD • G. Wera, MD • H. Zhu, MD, ScD