By Steffen Leonhardt, Thomas Falck, Petri Mähönen
This publication comprises papers from the overseas Workshop on Wearable and Implantable physique Sensor Networks, BSN 2007, held in March 2007 on the college clinic Aachen, Germany. subject matters coated within the quantity comprise new scientific measurements, clever bio-sensing textiles, low-power instant networking, approach integration, clinical sign processing, multi-sensor information fusion, and on-going standardization actions.
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Methods of fluid control using inherently conducting polymers (ICPs) are discussed and a pH textile sensor is presented. This sensor uses colorimetric techniques using LEDs controlled by a wireless platform. Some of the potential applications of wearable chemical sensors are discussed. applications including cardiovascular disease [2, 3] and ambulatory monitoring of the elderly . Such applications typically monitor physiological signals such as breathing rate, heart rate, ECG and temperature.
In: Physics in Medicine and Biology 41. 1st ed. Academic Press, London. Hanai, T (1968) Electrical properties of emulsions. In: Sherman DH, ed. Emulsions Science. London: Academic, 354-477. Fenech M, Maasrani M, Jaffrin M (2001) Fluid volumes determination by impedance spectroscopy and hematocrit monitoring: application to pediatric hemodialysis. artificial organs. 25(2): 89-98, Blackwell Science Inc. W (1998) Biokompatible Werkstoffe und Bauweisen, Implantate für Medizin und Umwelt, 2. Auflage, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.
The set-up is similar as used in section III. At t = 0 sec and t = 100 sec, a contraction of the biceps was applied. We can see that muscular activity is clearly detected by the textile embroidered sensors. Some motion artefacts are visible as spikes on the signal. 2 1 0 -1 -2 50 100 150 200 Time [s ec] Fig. 12 Capacitively recorded bipolar EMG on a human biceps 34 VII. CONCLUSIONS It could be demonstrated that contactless EMG electrodes deliver similar signals as contact electrodes and allow at least the differentiation of the states "rest" and "exercise".
4th International Workshop on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks (BSN 2007): March 26-28, 2007 RWTH Aachen University, Germany (IFMBE Proceedings) by Steffen Leonhardt, Thomas Falck, Petri Mähönen