brain implant

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brain im·plant

(brān im'plant)
Any substance or structure that is placed surgically intracranially.

brain implant

Any substance, tissue, or object placed surgically in the brain.
See also: implant
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This project aims to address two major challenges: to achieve the realization of a highly mechanically stable implant, allowing long term connection between neurons and microelectrodes and to provide neural implants with a high temporal and spatial resolution.
Neuroprosthetics devices or neural implants or brain implants offer an efficacious solution to the afore-mentioned type of patients.
Neuroprosthetics manufacturing companies focus on developing variants of Neuroprosthetics devices such as self-charging neural implants that can be recharged with bioenergy; thus, eliminate the need for expensive and high-risk surgeries to replace the discharged batteries of implanted Neuroprosthetics.
Researchers at UCSF aren't exactly strangers to the medtech space, having recently been awarded $26 million in government funding to study neural implants for Parkinson's disease and epilepsy.
As exemplified by blood product tracking on Spain's Balearic Islands, more than just equipment and people will be managed: blood products, neural implants, cardiac valves, bone morphogenic proteins, and tissue implants all have expiration dates and need to be stored at the correct temperature and humidity.
Herr said developing neuroprosthetics will require advances in neural implants, motors and other technologies.
Kensall Wise, the William Gould Dow Distinguished University professor emeritus in engineering, explained that currently, the skull must remain open while neural implants are in the head, which makes using them in a patient's daily life unrealistic.
Reichert (biomedical engineering, Duke University) presents several technical reports on cutting edge technologies that are either currently in use or being developed for using neural implants.
Students were also introduced to experiments involving technology for identifying and tracking humans, robots with biological brains, deep brain stimulation for therapeutic purposes and neural implants to enhance human abilities.
Shattered Nerves: How Science is Solving Modern Medicine's Most Perplexing Problem explores a new and blossoming medical frontier: that of neural implants which are enabling vision, hearing and movement in patients who have been blind, deaf and even paralyzed.
Neural implants have been used for sometime that respond to commands from outside.
Ideas for communications ranged from neural implants, to wrist communicators and holographic eyeglasses, to DNA implants.