Another promising application for capacitive tactile sensors is arterial line placement, a common, but difficult, procedure performed in a clinical setting. An arterial line is a thin catheter inserted into an artery. It is most commonly used in intensive care medicine and anesthesia to monitor blood pressure continuously and to obtain samples for blood gas analysis.Read More
Extremely sensitive, thin, conformable tactile sensors will play a key role in the next generation of consumer wearable and clinical devices that measure blood pressure.Read More
Challenge: Lenox Hill needed to measure pressures of knee joints when flexed.
Solution: PPS delivered custom 24-elements Digitacts sensors for both medial and lateral sides.