I would be interested in getting some dialouge going regarding
Transcutaneous Polarogrphic Oxygen and CO2 Sensors. Several years back I
worked to develop a silicon-based Clark type sensor that utilized
structurally firm (cross-linked) hydrophilic membranes as electrolye media
for these sensors. These "flat-beaker" membranes fit nicely with planar
designs and processes for silicon chip sensors. Any interest?
On 22 May 1996, Bert Gold wrote:
>> Why start a separate newsgroup?
>> Bert Gold, Ph.D.
>>>>>> Tom Ruddy (76653.1553 at CompuServe.COM) wrote:
> : I would like to start a newsgroup for scientists, patients, and
> : businesses on the subject of non-invasive diagnostics (not myh
> : intention to focus on ultrasound or X-ray, but those should not be
> : excluded I suppose). If there is any interest, please let me know
> : how to go about it as I am a neophyte, but up and coming!
>> : Tom Ruddy
> : IMI Diagnatech
> : Toronto, Ontario
> : (416) 483-8057
> : 76653.1553 at compuserve.com>> : --
> : TOM RUDDY