The latest innovative study in neurotechnology: A fully implantable - external rechargeable and controlled neuroimplant system.

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Enes Caldir
Mustafa Tulu
Ibrahim Erkutlu
Metin Tulgar

Abstract

Objective: one of the main problems for the bioimplants is the charge life of the implant. International Neurotechnology Center is working to develop nerve stimulators and charge units.


Material and Methods: A general object of the present invention is to provide an improved method for transmission of stimulating signals to an electrode implanted in the body. The new neuro implant presented here is a fully implantable, externally rechargeable and controlled system.


Results: To overcome the problems encountered with the existing fully implantable neuro implants such as component failure, limited battery life, programming difficulties and high cost, a new system, that is based on fully implanted externally charged and controlled principles, has been developed.


Conclusion: The newly designed neuro implant system, which is patented and has full quality assurance certificates (CE, ISO9001, and ISO13485), appears to be competitive to the presently known neuro implants in terms of quality, safety, reliability, reduction in size and cost.

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Caldir, E., Tulu, M., Erkutlu, I., & Tulgar, M. . (2016). The latest innovative study in neurotechnology: A fully implantable - external rechargeable and controlled neuroimplant system . Natural Science and Discovery, 2(1), 24–24. Retrieved from https://natscidiscovery.com/index.php/nsd/article/view/36
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