UTILISATION AND CHALLENGES FOR SILICON BASED BIOMEDICAL SENSORS
The relevant works performed in the area of medical and biomedical sensing using silicon-based technologies is illustrated in the article. Owing to its distinct advantages over other predecessors in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology, the use of silicon sensors is among the crucial and prolonged techniques used in a variety of healthcare, industrial and environmental applications. Between them, sensors are one of the most relevant for biomedical applications, which not only help improve the quality of human existence, but also aid in the field of microfabrication by exchanging information on how to create improved models of multifunctional sensing.This study emphasizes the use of silicon to manufacture electrodes and substrates for the sensors to use for biomedical sensing in various ways. Based on its application in prototype production, the electrical conductivity and mechanical stability of silicon differ to a large degree. The article further describes, along with some potential solutions, some of the obstacles that need to be resolved in the present situation. Finally, in order to predict a potential rise in the use of silicon in the production of a number of biomedical prototypes in the coming years, a brief survey is conducted.