BME GUEST SPEAKER SEMINAR
"Semi-Active Foot Prostheses for Low-Power Gait Restoration"
Peter Adamczyk, Ph.D.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Friday, February 24, 2017
Oxygen Tension Telemetry System
Client: Dr. George Muschler, Cleveland Clinic Orthopaedic Surgery
Services Provided: Design and Manufacture of the following, Sensors, Implanted circuit, Receiver circuit, implanted enclosure and computer interface.
This client was developing new bone scaffold materials to improve the healing of bone defects. One measure of the effectiveness of these materials is the extent to which they promote revascularization in and around the bone defect. To measure the amount of revascularization, we needed to measure the oxygen levels in each bone defect as the bone healed. This system was designed to measure the oxygen tension in each of 4 defects that were treated with different bone scaffold materials and telemeter the data out of the test subject to a nearby computer data acquisition system.
Medical Device Solutions, Lerner Research Institute
Cleveland Clinic Foundation | 9500 Euclid Avenue | Cleveland, Ohio, 44195
Tel: (216) 445-1944 | Fax: (216) 444-9198 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org