Our Research in Action
The lab is engaged in developing innovative ways to transfer energy wirelessly to mechanical circulatory support devices used in the treatment of end-stage heart failure.
Learn more about the FREE-D Wireless Energy Transfer System by watching them in action.
Several novel platforms are utilized and tested for efficacy and reproducibility in aiding surgical education for training tomorrow’s surgeons.
Learn more about surgical research by watching the simulations in action.
Wireless Powered Implantable Ultra-compact Controller with a Wireless Graphical User Interface
We have earlier demonstrated the wireless power transfer to power an LVAD controller , in the current investigation , we present an ultra-compact physiological implantable controller to entirely free patients from the LVAD driveline and considerably reduce the extracorporeal hardware and weight. Since a physiological flow, especially in patient category of destination therapy, is of significance, we have embedded a pulsatile algorithm in the controller.