Informations

Type
inproceedings
Key
2011_iros_folio
Authors
Folio, David and Christian, Dahmen and Wortmann, Tim and Zeeshan, M. Arif and Shou, Kaiyu and Pane, Salvador and Nelson, Bradley J. and Ferreira, Antoine and Fatikow, Sergej
http://doi.org/10.1109/IROS.2011.6048651
00643169
2011_iros_folio.

Abstract

The propulsion of nano-ferromagnetic objects by means of MRI gradients is a promising approach to enable new forms of therapy. In this work, necessary techniques are presented to make this approach work. This includes path planning algorithms working on MRI data, ferromagnetic artifact imaging and a tracking algorithm which delivers position feedback for the microdevice and a propulsion sequence to enable interleaved magnetic propulsion and imaging. Using a dedicated software environment integrating path-planning methods and real-time tracking, a clinical MRI system is adapted to provide this new functionality for potential controlled interventional targeted therapeutic applications. Through MRI-based sensing analysis, this paper aims to propose a framework to plan a robust pathway to enhance the navigation ability to reach deep locations in human body. The proposed approaches are validated with different experiments

Keyword

  • magnetic resonance imaging
  • navigation
  • planning
  • sensors
  • target tracking
  • uncertainty

BibTeX:

 @inproceedings{2011_iros_folio,
  title = {MRI magnetic signature imaging, tracking and navigation for targeted micro/nano-capsule therapeutics},
  author = {Folio, David and Christian, Dahmen and Wortmann, Tim and Zeeshan, M. Arif and Shou, Kaiyu and Pane, Salvador and Nelson, Bradley J. and Ferreira, Antoine and Fatikow, Sergej},
  booktitle = {IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS\'2011)},
  year = {2011},
  address = {San Fransisco, CA, USA},
  month = sep,
  pages = {1297--1303},
  doi = {10.1109/IROS.2011.6048651},
  hal = {00643169},
  ieeexplore = {6048651},
  issn = {2153-0858},
  keywords = {Magnetic resonance imaging, Navigation, Planning, Sensors, Target tracking, Uncertainty }
}