Proof of Principle Application for Biosensors in Animal Models

NXTSens has developed an implantable continuous monitoring, stand-alone and potentially mass-producible microsensor for accurate monitoring of tissue pressure and temperature in damaged limb muscles to better diagnose ACS. The proposed research will involve several sub-projects that include: i) develop appropriate surgical models for the accurate and reproducible placement of the microsensors in rodent compartments; ii) test the performance of a prototype microsensor in a relevant cadaver model.

Intern: 
Gueorgui Savadjiev
A A Ferdous
Faculty Supervisor: 
Paul Martineau
Province: 
Quebec
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