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Title: Rechargeable battery system for implantable medical device
Authors: Ramasamy Harinidevi
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Bioengineering
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: With increasing cardiovascular diseases and heart failures, heart transplantation has become a demanding health problem. In addition to the problem, there is a serious shortage of donor hearts. Under this situation, the need for artificial heart replacement has grown tremendously. One such replaceable Total Artificial Heart (TAH) is the Abiocor system. A significant development of recent TAH is its design and implanted devices that allow the patient to be free without many restrictions; mainly the patient is allowed to be mobile and can return to many of the activities performed before heart failure. The TAH consists of a set of internal and external components. The internal components are those located inside the patient's body; they are the artificial heart, the internal Transcutaneous Energy Transmission (TET), the implanted controller and battery components.
Description: 77 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/36016
Fulltext Permission: restricted
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