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Engineering - Biomedical Engineering | Biosensors and Invasive Monitoring in Clinical Applications

Biosensors and Invasive Monitoring in Clinical Applications

Córcoles, Emma P., Boutelle, Martyn G.

2013, X, 80 p. 17 illus., 14 illus. in color.

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  • Presents the advantage, pitfalls and advances of invasive monitoring by means of biosensors and microdialysis
  • Highlights the position of biosensors as invasive monitoring devices and the challenges to achieve clinically accurate chemical measurements
This volume examines the advances of invasive monitoring by means of biosensors and microdialysis. Physical and physiological parameters are commonly monitored in clinical settings using invasive techniques due to their positive outcome in patients’ diagnosis and treatment. Biochemical parameters, however, still rely on off-line measurements and require large pieces of equipment. Biosensing and sampling devices present excellent capabilities for their use in continuous monitoring of patients’ biochemical parameters. However, certain issues remain to be solved in order to ensure a more widespread use of these techniques in today’s medical practices.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Biomarkers - Clinical Diagnosis - Implantable Biosensors - In Vivo Monitoring - Invasive sensing - Microdialysis Sampling - Physiological Measurements

Related subjects » Analytical Chemistry - Biomedical Engineering - Circuits & Systems - Internal Medicine

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