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BLOOD CHARACTERIZATION FROM PULSATILE BIOIMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY
 

Summary: BLOOD CHARACTERIZATION FROM PULSATILE
BIOIMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY
Tao Dai
Systems and Computer Engineering,
Carleton University, Canada
e-mail: tdai@sce.carleton.ca
Andy Adler
Systems and Computer Engineering,
Carleton University, Canada
e-mail: adler@sce.carleton.ca
1 INTRODUCTION
The bioimpedance measurements in humans have been
receiving considerable attentions during the past two
decades because of several advantages, such as low cost,
easy application, non-invasiveness and on-line monitor-
ing. The original bioimpedance technique was bioelectrical
impedance analysis (BIA). Within a decade, this technique
evolved into the more advanced technique known as bioelec-
trical impedance spectroscopy (BIS), also called multiple-
frequency bioimpedance analysis (MFBIA). BIS applies

  

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

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences