Design of stimulus driver to suppress epileptic seizure with adaptive loading consideration

Wei Ling Chen, Chun Yu Lin, Ming Dou Ker

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Abstract

The novel design with the adaptability prevents from unexpected stimulus current for medical safety, since the safety is the prime concern for human use. The prototype of the stimulus driver circuit for micro-stimulator used in implantable device is presented in this paper. For epilepsy control, the target of the driver is to output 30-μA stimulus currents, as the tissue impedance varies within 20-200 kΩ. The driver composed of the output stage, adaptor, and control block, has been integrated in a chip. Fabricated in a 0.35-μm 3.3-V/24-V CMOS process, the performances of this novel design have been confirmed. The averaged power consumption of the driver was only 0.24-0.56 mW under 800-Hz stimulation rate.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program
Pages9-12
Number of pages4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010 Dec 1
Event2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Duration: 2010 Nov 182010 Nov 19

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Name2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program

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Other2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010
CountryTaiwan
CityKaohsiung
Period10/11/1810/11/19

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Chen, W. L., Lin, C. Y., & Ker, M. D. (2010). Design of stimulus driver to suppress epileptic seizure with adaptive loading consideration. In 2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program (pp. 9-12). [5669138] (2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program). https://doi.org/10.1109/ISNE.2010.5669138

Design of stimulus driver to suppress epileptic seizure with adaptive loading consideration. / Chen, Wei Ling; Lin, Chun Yu; Ker, Ming Dou.

2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program. 2010. p. 9-12 5669138 (2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Chen, WL, Lin, CY & Ker, MD 2010, Design of stimulus driver to suppress epileptic seizure with adaptive loading consideration. in 2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program., 5669138, 2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program, pp. 9-12, 2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 10/11/18. https://doi.org/10.1109/ISNE.2010.5669138
Chen WL, Lin CY, Ker MD. Design of stimulus driver to suppress epileptic seizure with adaptive loading consideration. In 2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program. 2010. p. 9-12. 5669138. (2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program). https://doi.org/10.1109/ISNE.2010.5669138
Chen, Wei Ling ; Lin, Chun Yu ; Ker, Ming Dou. / Design of stimulus driver to suppress epileptic seizure with adaptive loading consideration. 2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program. 2010. pp. 9-12 (2010 International Symposium on Next-Generation Electronics, ISNE 2010 - Conference Program).
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