Stretchable Wireless Sensor Could Monitor Healing of Cerebral Aneurysms

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This close-up image shows details of the ultra-thin, low-profile sensor used for monitoring blood flow in the brain. (Georgia Tech Photo)

The wireless sensors are produced using an aerosol jet 3D printer. An example of the silver nanoparticle film is shown on the right. (Georgia Tech Photo)

The sensor is stretchable, allowing it to conform to a stent for implantation in the brain. (Georgia Tech Photo)