Connecting wires in the body
edited February 2015 in Coatings, transdermals, other implants
Okay, there've been some posts in other discussions, but I figure it might be a good idea to pull everything together. This thread is about how we'll connect wires together inside our bodies.
My simple suggestion is based on an underground wire connector, simply a nub of bioproof material. Twist the two wires together, slide the cap over, fill with hot glue. Shouldn't be too hard to expand that to multiple splices, either. I figure that, with so little hot glue being used, it should cool fast enough to not cause a problem. My main concern is that the hot glue won't be sterile, since we can only sterilize the surface and the gun.
What else do people have?
i am not sure if it is too much of a good idea to heat shrinking tubes close to tissue during a surgery tho.
everything encapsuled in silicone except some (silver/gold) connector parts and the magnets inside the couplings pull the whole thing together (tightly) and in bring the connecting parts in place.