Low Impedance Coatings for Enhancing Stimulation and Sensing Performance of Electrodes


The range of electrode materials for state-of-the-art finished medical devices for sensing and stimulation application is limited.

Current commercial devices mainly use uncoated metal electrodes made of Pt, Pt90Ir10, also referred to as PtIr, or Au. The need for biocompatibility and high electrochemical performance, along with the restrictions from manufacturing processes, imposes many limitations on the types of materials that can be used for these applications.

Advanced materials with low impedance and high charge storage capacity are desired.

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