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Cardiac Rehabilitation - Springer Nature

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Last Updated: 04 January 2023

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Ultrasensitive wearable strain sensor for promising application in cardiac rehabilitation

Real-time physiological trace monitoring is highly useful to monitor function, and the development of ultra-sensitive strain sensors has become the most common diagnostic tool and research hotspot in cardiac rehabilitation. Here, piezoresistive conductive polymer composites u2013-based strain sensor, of which the conductive MXene/AgNW composite film served as the sensing materials and the elastic and stretchable thermoplastic polyurethane acted as the supporting layer, was constructed and further pre-strain treated to produce the ultrathin microcrack structure.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s42114-022-00610-3

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