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CPP 9.6: Vortrag
Montag, 16. März 2020, 11:15–11:30, POT 112
Investigation of biodegradable devices — •Kevin Krechan1, Daniel Firzlaff2, Hans Kleemann1, Karl Leo1, and Kathrin Harre2 — 1Technische Universität Dresden, Deutschland — 2HTW Dresden, Deutschland
In an aging society there is an increasing need for innotative health care and monitoring solutions. Sensor solutions for health monitoring are vital for improved treatment quality and the reduction of costs.
In particular, there is a strong need to continuous postoperative in-vivo surveillance systems. However, such sensor systems are required to be bio-compatible and ideally biodegradable in order to undesired postoperative complications.
In this contribution we discuss sensor concepts for e.g. in-vivo pressure or ion sensing based on bio-compatible organic semiconductor materials. Most importantly, we make use of biodegradable collagen-based substrate materials and discuss their decomposition behavior as well as the associated challenges during the fabrication of the sensor system. Overall, we believe that our approaches will enable the development of fully degradable sensor tags in future.