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Use of Fe-Filled Conductive Adhesive in Wearable Sensor for Electro Pulses on Skin

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000235952D
Publication Date: 2014-Mar-31
Document File: 1 page(s) / 176K

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Rien Repriels: INVENTOR

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Usage of Iron filled adhesive( 5% loading), called FT 2060, in a wearable sensor/consumable product to create electrical conductivity in vertical direction( perpendicular to adhesive layer)/ no conductivity necessary in horizontal direction .

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Title: Use of Fe-Filled Conductive Adhesive in Wearable Sensor for Electro Pulses on Skin

Inventor: Rien Repriels

Description of Invention: Usage of Iron filled adhesive( 5% loading), called FT 2060,  in a wearable sensor/consumable product to create electrical conductivity in vertical direction( perpendicular to adhesive layer)/  no conductivity necessary in horizontal direction .

Nature of the Problem: To find an economic adhesive solution to stick a pulsation device to the human skin, whereby a electrical sign can be given to a patient to warn the patient fi for the timings on which he needs to take his medication . Silver filled adhesives are functional , but expensive for a consumable / throw away device , with wear time between 8hrs and 7 days. Any other Electrical device like electrodes can function in the same way without conductive gel: adhesive has bonding + conductivity function .

Utilization of Invention: To construct a wearable device on skin, that can conduct electrical pulses to the skin. This can be utilized to give signs to patient fi. for medication. Any  other applications were an electrical current gives signs from skin to the device for collection of  body data  to a monitoring device are also possible.