Stomach Implant Helps To Fight Obesity

According to Digital, "There is no shortage of researchers aiming to make ingestible smart sensors, designed to keep tabs on what’s happening in your guts, and sending this information to a paired mobile device." Xudong Wang, a professor of nanoelectric systems and biomechanical energy at UWM, “We developed an implantable device to stimulate [the] vagus nerve with a purpose to reduce food intake. It is a smart and self-responsive device without any electronics and power supply. It produces electric pulses in response to stomach movements, and transmits them through the vagus nerve to the brain as an artificial fullness signal [able to] prevent further eating.”

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