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Am. J. Biomed. Sci. Am. J. Biomed. Sci. 2017, 9(4), 244-253; doi:10.5099/aj170400244
Received: 23 September 2017; | Revised: 02 November 2017; | Accepted: 22 December 2017;


Designing and Implementation of Liquid Electronic Circuits Using Implantable Material-First Step towards Human-circuit Interface


Killol Pandya

Department of Electronics and Communication, CHARUSAT University,Off-Nadiad Petlad road,Pin-388421, Gujarat, India

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Killol Pandya

Department of Electronics and Communication

CHARUSAT University

Off-Nadiad Petlad road, Pin-388421



Email: killolpandya.ec@charusat.ac.in




Biomedical engineering is the immerging domain which applies the concepts of engineering into biomedical science. A first step towards development of pure biological human implantable electronic circuit has been effectively proposed in this paper. A resistor transistor logic circuit using liquid medium (synthetic plasma) has been successfully developed, analyzed and presented in this paper. To justify the stability of the liquid, different density synthetic plasma has been analyzed with similar experiments. Once desired response from liquid circuit has been achieved, a novel biological resistor transistor logic integrated circuit has been proposed and analyzed. Presented work claims about implantation of similar kinds of circuits in to the human body with proper mechanical instrumentation and clinical care.

Keywords: Biomedical science, synthetic plasma, liquid electronic circuits, human body, liquid integrated circuit

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