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0 TIAB Sensor to detect endothelialization on an active coronary stent Background A serious complication wi 1 1794 0 show
1 Background Coronary stents, which are routinely used to treat blocked arteries, are recognized by the body as f 1 2894 0 show
2 Methods A custom chamber was devised to perform measurements in fluid (Figure 3). The fluid was confined in 1 2632 0 show
3 Results and Discussion Figure 4 shows the frequency response of the device before and after plating cells. In the frequency 1 1634 0 show
4 Conclusions We have developed a self-actuating, self-sensing device for detecting the presence of endothelial ce 1 2445 0 show
5 Caption-Figure 1 Veeco active probe. Cantilever consists of a Si substrate (thickness = 4 μm) supporting a ZnO stack 1 195 0 show
6 Caption-Figure 2 Active stent. Active electronics sealed in a liquid crystal polymer package and integrated with a st 1 104 0 show
7 Caption-Figure 3 Cell chamber. Top view of cantilever cell chamber. Glass tube is 1 cm in diameter. 1 82 0 show
8 Caption-Figure 4 Phase angle vs. frequency. (left) Phase angle of impedance with linear regression line. (right) To p 1 337 0 show
9 Caption-Table 1 Cantilever response data from two trials 1 40 0 show