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Photoacoustic imaging of intracardiac medical devices using internal illumination of carbon nanotube / PDMS composite coatings

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Photoacoustic imaging of intracardiac medical devices using internal illumination of carbon nanotube / PDMS composite coatings. / Xia, W.; Noimark, S.; Maneas, E.; Parkin, I.; Ourselin, S.; Finlay, M; Desjardins, A.

Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing 2017, Photonics West. 2017.

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Harvard

Xia, W, Noimark, S, Maneas, E, Parkin, I, Ourselin, S, Finlay, M & Desjardins, A 2017, Photoacoustic imaging of intracardiac medical devices using internal illumination of carbon nanotube / PDMS composite coatings. in Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing 2017, Photonics West.

APA

Xia, W., Noimark, S., Maneas, E., Parkin, I., Ourselin, S., Finlay, M., & Desjardins, A. (2017). Photoacoustic imaging of intracardiac medical devices using internal illumination of carbon nanotube / PDMS composite coatings. In Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing 2017, Photonics West

Vancouver

Xia W, Noimark S, Maneas E, Parkin I, Ourselin S, Finlay M et al. Photoacoustic imaging of intracardiac medical devices using internal illumination of carbon nanotube / PDMS composite coatings. In Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing 2017, Photonics West. 2017

Author

Xia, W. ; Noimark, S. ; Maneas, E. ; Parkin, I. ; Ourselin, S. ; Finlay, M ; Desjardins, A. / Photoacoustic imaging of intracardiac medical devices using internal illumination of carbon nanotube / PDMS composite coatings. Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing 2017, Photonics West. 2017.

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