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The development of MEMS-based wireless intraocular pressure sensors

Blue, Robert and Uttamchandani, Deepak (2013) The development of MEMS-based wireless intraocular pressure sensors. In: Handbook of MEMS for Wireless and Mobile Applications. Woodhead Publishing Ltd. ISBN 978 0 85709 271 7

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Abstract

Chapter describes the development of MEMS-based wireless intraocular pressure sensors.