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Nonlinear Frequency Mixing Ultrasound Imaging of Nanoscale Contrast Agents

Nonlinear Frequency Mixing Ultrasound Imaging of Nanoscale Contrast Agents

Nonlinear Frequency Mixing Ultrasound Imaging of Nanoscale Contrast Agents 2560 1045 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
To improve nanobubble contrast agents’ diagnostic efficacy, we introduce a real-time ultrasound frequency mixing method that enhances nanobubble nonlinearity and amplifies their acoustic signal via a dual-frequency waveform excitation. read more
High-energy pacing in the jejunum elicits pulsatile segmental contractions

High-energy pacing in the jejunum elicits pulsatile segmental contractions

High-energy pacing in the jejunum elicits pulsatile segmental contractions 750 422 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
Pacing the small intestine induces localized segmental contractions. This is the first study to utilize video mapping techniques to track and quantify the pacing response in the small intestine. read more
Transcutaneous Magnet Localizer for a Self-Contained Myokinetic Prosthetic Hand

Transcutaneous Magnet Localizer for a Self-Contained Myokinetic Prosthetic Hand

Transcutaneous Magnet Localizer for a Self-Contained Myokinetic Prosthetic Hand 750 422 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
An embedded transcutaneous magnet localizer that can seamlessly integrate into a self-contained limb prosthesis, allowing amputees to intuitively control a prosthetic hand using implanted magnets, through the so called myokinetic interface. read more
Pneumatic Non-Equibiaxial Cell Stretching Device With Live-Cell Imaging

Pneumatic Non-Equibiaxial Cell Stretching Device With Live-Cell Imaging

Pneumatic Non-Equibiaxial Cell Stretching Device With Live-Cell Imaging 750 422 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
This study introduces a pneumatic cell stretcher, offering non-equibiaxial strain control and real-time imaging to enhance mechanobiology and biomedical research by mimicking in vivo mechanical stimuli. read more
Implementation Techniques for Transcutaneous Carbon Dioxide Monitoring: Approaches for Wearable Smart Health Applications

Implementation Techniques for Transcutaneous Carbon Dioxide Monitoring: Approaches for Wearable Smart Health Applications

Implementation Techniques for Transcutaneous Carbon Dioxide Monitoring: Approaches for Wearable Smart Health Applications 789 444 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
This review paper explores existing and emerging methods for sensing transcutaneous carbon dioxide, highlighting novel wearable transcutaneous carbon dioxide monitors and the future directions of monitoring in next-generation smart health applications. read more
A Soft Robotic Actuator System for in vivo Modeling of Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

A Soft Robotic Actuator System for in vivo Modeling of Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

A Soft Robotic Actuator System for in vivo Modeling of Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus 740 416 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
This article demonstrates how soft robotic systems can be used to manipulate intracranial pressure and recapitulate pathological dynamics of cerebrospinal fluid to research brain disease such as hydrocephalus. read more
Device for multifocal delivery of ultrasound into deep brain regions in humans

Device for multifocal delivery of ultrasound into deep brain regions in humans

Device for multifocal delivery of ultrasound into deep brain regions in humans 1349 703 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
This article develops a device for targeted neurointerventions using low-intensity ultrasonic waves. The device overcomes the acoustic complexities of the human skull and the limited targeting precision of existing tools. read more
Ultra-High Frequency Self-Focusing Ultrasonic Sensors with Half-Concave Geometry for Visualization of Mouse Brain Atrophy

Ultra-High Frequency Self-Focusing Ultrasonic Sensors with Half-Concave Geometry for Visualization of Mouse Brain Atrophy

Ultra-High Frequency Self-Focusing Ultrasonic Sensors with Half-Concave Geometry for Visualization of Mouse Brain Atrophy 789 444 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
An efficient approach is proposed to visualize precise mouse brain atrophy using self-focusing ultrasonic sensors with ultra-high frequency and broad bandwidth, demonstrating high-resolution in vitro biological tissue imaging potential. read more
Incorporating Unresolved Stresses in Blood Damage Modeling: Energy Dissipation More Accurate than Reynolds Stress Formulation

Incorporating Unresolved Stresses in Blood Damage Modeling: Energy Dissipation More Accurate than Reynolds Stress Formulation

Incorporating Unresolved Stresses in Blood Damage Modeling: Energy Dissipation More Accurate than Reynolds Stress Formulation 631 355 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
Computational blood damage prediction is often based on RANS models, where turbulence-induced stresses must be approximated. We show that an energy dissipation-based approximation is superior to the traditional approach based on Reynolds stresses. read more
A framework for the evaluation of Human Machine Interfaces of robot-assisted colonoscopy

A framework for the evaluation of Human Machine Interfaces of robot-assisted colonoscopy

A framework for the evaluation of Human Machine Interfaces of robot-assisted colonoscopy 1477 832 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
The paper presents the first complete framework for assessing Human Machine Interfaces in robotic colonoscopy, aiming at identifying an optimal interface that minimizes clinician effort while maximizing clinical outcomes. read more