Development of a Rate-Based Noninvasive Device for Respiratory Status Monitoring at the Point of Care

Xudong Ge1, Prosper Adangwa2, Yordan Kostov3, Leah Tolosa3, Govind Rao1

  • 1Center for Advanced Sensor Technology and Chemical, Biochemical
  • 2Center for Advanced Sensor Technology and Department of Computer
  • 3University of Maryland Baltimore County

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1-Page Technical Papers (Poster)

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12:00 - 13:45 | Mon 6 Nov | Auditorium Foyer, E1/E2, Upper Atrium Space | MLunch_Break

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Abstract

Blood gas measurements provide vital clinical information in critical care. Here we report a new generation of noninvasive device for respiratory status assessment at point of care based on transcutaneous diffusion rate. The startup time of this device is independent of skin temperature, so the measurement can be made quickly at regular body temperature.

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