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In Vivo Blood Characterization from Bioimpedance Spectroscopy of Blood
 

Summary: In Vivo Blood Characterization from
Bioimpedance Spectroscopy of Blood
Pooling
Tao Dai
Department of System and
Computer Engineering (SCE),
University of Carleton,
Canada
e-mail: tdai@sce.carleton.ca
Andy Adler
Department of System and
Computer Engineering (SCE),
University of Carleton,
Canada
e-mail: adler@sce.carleton.ca
Abstract
Characterization of blood impedance properties is important to estimate clinical diagnos-
tic indices such as haematocrit, glucose level and hydration. Current in vivo bioimpedance
spectroscopy methods are performed on a body appendage and thus represent a combined
measurement of all tissues in the measurement field, rather than the blood individually. This

  

Source: Adler, Andy - Department of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences