Cardiac Surface Grids

UCLA CardioProbe surface OnHeart

Flexible polymer surface grids with high resolution have been tested with success in cardiac and autonomic nervous system work in the lab of Jeffrey Ardell at UCLA. Our proprietary designs can be placed directly on the heart surface, and can record and stimulate with minimal noise from tissue movement. Learn about Infarct Localization with NeuroNexus surface grids on our blog.

Specifications At A Glance:

  • Flexible polyamide substrate
  • Customizable shapes and contact layouts for any application and surface topology
  • 16-128 channels for high resolution recording and/or stimulation

NeuroNexus works closely with researchers to develop our products, and utilize advanced manufacturing techniques to make these designs a reality. If you are interested in a tailored neural interface, please contact us for a consultation.

NeuroNexus is proud to participate in and help facilitate the initiatives of the SPARC U18 program, sponsored by the NIH.