Non-invasive Medical Devices for Detection and Monitoring within Healthcare
Priefer, Ronny (editor)
Biosensors, especially non-invasive ones, are an area of extreme importance and fantastic advancements. As nanotechnology continually becomes more and more refined, its applications in a multitude of areas also grow. One area that has seen an explosion of innovations is healthcare. Such biosensors have allowed for the diagnosis, monitoring, and even treatment of a myriad of different disease states. This reprint highlights many of the past, current, and potential future advancements.
Keywordsbreathalyzer; acetone; ketogenic diet; semi-conductor metal oxides; tremor; medical devices; transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation; electrical stimulation systems; wearable orthoses; assistive feeding devices; arteriovenous fistula; SVM; harmonic ratio; vascular wall motion monitor; SARS-CoV-2; COVID-19; point of care testing; rapid diagnostics; glucose sensor; Cu2O nanomaterial; electrochemical sensor; non-enzymatic sensor; chronic kidney disease; salivary conductivity; non-invasive; portable; biosensor; n/a; cellulose paper; chitosan; layer-by-layer; self-assembly; nanocomposite; SERS spectroscopy; iso-block postural identity; OpenPose; fusion deep learning; electronic nose; volatile organic compounds; breath analysis; smoking; electromyography; facial pain; temporomandibular joint disorders; jaw muscles; diagnosis; blood pressure (BP); Squeeze U-net; photoplethysmogram (PPG); mHealth; real time; deep learning; bioinstrumentation; dual-channel; glucose; near-infrared; NIR technology; sensors; optical spectroscopy; photoacoustic spectroscopy; electromagnetic sensing; nanomaterials; diabetes management; biosensors; biomaterials; oral diagnostics; pediatric population; salivary diagnostics; salivary biomarkers
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology