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Healthy Aims: Developing New Medical Implants and Diagnostic Equipment

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10 Author(s)
Hodgins, D. ; Eur. Technol. for Bus. Ltd., Codicote ; Bertsch, A. ; Post, N. ; Frischholz, M.
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Healthy Aims is a 23- million, four-year project, funded under the EU's information society technology sixth framework program to develop intelligent medical implants and diagnostic systems (www.healthyaims.org). The project has 25 partners from 10 countries, including commercial, clinical, and research groups. This consortium represents a combination of disciplines to design and fabricate new medical devices and components as well as to test them in laboratories and subsequent clinical trials. The project focuses on medical implants for nerve stimulation and diagnostic equipment based on strain-gauge technology.

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Pervasive Computing, IEEE  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 1 )