American Journal of Artificial Intelligence

Special Issue

Novel Vascular Sensors for Detecting Vascular Healing

  • Submission Deadline: 30 June 2024
  • Status: Open for Submission
  • Lead Guest Editor: Bingcheng Yi
About This Special Issue
Cardiovascular diseases remain a leading cause of global mortality. Tissue engineering of bioactive vascular grafts has emerged as a promising approach for restoring the functionality of diseased vascular tissues. These tissue-engineered vascular grafts (TEVGs) incorporate native-like topographical, biochemical, and mechanical cues to promote vascular remodeling and regeneration. Despite significant progress in this field, complications such as pathological clots and occlusions still occur, particularly in small-caliber TEVGs with an inner diameter of less than 4 mm.
These challenges can be attributed to two factors: the lack of sufficient and suitable TEVGs to expedite vascular healing and the absence of efficient real-time monitoring for early diagnosis and timely treatment. Consequently, there is a clinical need to develop vascular sensor patches capable of accelerating vascular healing while providing real-time monitoring of the dynamic remodeling process. Particularly, sensors that operate wirelessly through inductive coupling hold significant potential. Such advancements would contribute to the progress of cardiovascular treatment by facilitating improved assessment and management of healing progress.
This special issue aims to present the latest advancements in vascular sensor technologies, promote interdisciplinary collaborations, and foster the translation of research findings into clinical practice. By addressing the current challenges in vascular healing monitoring and offering novel solutions, this special issue will contribute to improving patient outcomes in the field of cardiovascular treatment. The special issue welcomes original research articles, reviews, and innovative approaches that explore the development and application of vascular sensors, wireless operation, monitoring sensitivity, and their role in promoting vascular healing.


  1. New Vascular Sensors for Detecting Vascular Healing
  2. Wireless Monitoring
  3. Acceleration of Vascular Healing
  4. The Precision and Accuracy of Vascular Sensors
  5. Implantable Vascular Access Devices
  6. Vascular Tissue Engineering
Lead Guest Editor
  • Bingcheng Yi

    School of Rehabilitation Sciences and Engineering, University of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Qingdao, China

Guest Editors
  • Gao Erji

    Department of Thoracic Surgery, Shanghai Pulmonary Hospital, Tongji University School of Medicine, Shanghai, China

  • Qihui Zhou

    School of Rehabilitation Sciences and Engineering,University of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Qingdao, China

  • Goutai Li

    School of Rehabilitation Sciences and Engineering,University of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Qingdao, China

  • Huitang Xia

    Tissue Engineering, The First Affiliated Hospital of Shandong First Medical University, Jinan, China

  • Qun Huang

    Cardiothoracic Surgery, The Ninth People's Hospital of Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, Shanghai, China

  • Wenbo Wang

    Plastic surgery, Shanghai Ninth People's Hospital, Shanghai, China

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