Advances in Biomedical Sensing, Measurements, Instrumentation and Systems

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Aimé Lay-Ekuakille
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 24, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 354 pages
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Advances in technological devices unveil new architectures for instrumentation and improvements in measurement techniques. Sensing technology, related to biomedical aspects, plays a key role in nowadays applications; it promotes different advantages for: healthcare, solving difficulties for elderly persons, clinical analysis, microbiological characterizations, etc.. This book intends to illustrate and to collect recent advances in biomedical measurements and sensing instrumentation, not as an encyclopedia but as clever support for scientists, students and researchers in other to stimulate exchange and discussions for further developments.

 

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Contents

Distributed System Architecture Using a Prototype Web ENose
1
Magnetic Fluids for Biomedical Application
16
Design of the New Prognosis Wearable SystemPrototype for Health Monitoring of People at Risk
29
Ultra Wide Band in Medical Applications
43
A Wearable Force Plate System Designed Using Small Triaxial Force Sensors and Inertial Sensors
61
Towards Quantitative Imaging
74
Validation of Denoising Algorithms for Medical Imaging
93
Dielectrophoretic Actuation and Simultaneous Detection of Individual Bioparticles
106
Digital Processing of Diagnostic Images
186
Expanding the Metrological and Operating Characteristics of Cytofluorimeters
210
Biomedical Sensors for Ambient Assisted Living
240
Biosignal Processing to Meet the Emerging Needs of Telehealth Monitoring Environments
263
Calibration of Automated Non Invasive Blood Pressure Measurement Devices
281
Augmented Reality in Minimally Invasive Surgery
305
Advances in EEG Signal Processing for Epilepsy Detection
321
A Novel Portable Device for Laryngeal Pathologies Analysis and Classification
335

Use of Triaxial Accelerometers for Posture and Movement Analysis of Patients
127
Instrumentation and Sensors for Human Breath Analysis
144
Possibilities and Limitations
166

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