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Last Updated: 11 June 2022

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Fiber Bragg Grating-Based Smart Garment for Monitoring Human Body Temperature

"Body temperature gives an insight into a person's physiological condition, and body temperature changes indicate significant findings about human health. " FBG sensors had good vibration resistance, and the wavelength changed to 0 u20131 pm at a 0. 5 Hz vibration frequency, according to the study. The sensor can reach the human armpit temperature in about 10 u201315 min with the upper arm close to the torso, in about ten or so minutes with the upper arm close to the torso.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022Senso..22.4252W/abstract


Review-Human-Body Powered Biosensing Textiles: Body-Power Generating Wearables Based on Textiles for Human Biomonitoring

"The proliferation of wearable technology has gradually shifted medical health surveillance from clinical to personal use in health care. " Smart wearables can gather physiological data and display them on a smartphone or tablet. This massive data could help medical doctors in online health evaluation in today's healthcare settings. HBBTs could be able to function without a battery by harnessing electricity produced from the human body such as movement, pressure, thoon, heat, and metabolites and turning it into electricity. In addition, we address the challenges of technology adoption and the role of HBBTs in determining health monitoring's future.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022JElS..169f7502H/abstract


On fractional impulsive system for methanol detoxification in human body

"Methanol poisoning accounts for many deaths every year, particularly in low-income classes of society. " The use of activated charcoal for simple and cheap first aid can be shown by the problem's fractional dynamics. Using impulsive differential equations, we have investigated the adsorption capacity of activated charcoal. The Caputo fractional operator's report gives a more complete picture of first aid in public and primary health centers, which can reduce the deaths by methanol poisoning. ".

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022CSF...16012235A/abstract


Contactless Electrocatheter Tracing within Human Body via Magnetic Sensing: A Feasibility Study

"Real-time estimation of a metal lead inside the patient's body is obtained through radiographic imaging during surgical procedures. " Although fluoroscopy reduces radiation doses, the overall X-ray dose delivered during prolonged exposure times poses dangers to patients and physicians alike. It is also possible to determine the lead's location by making a weak current flow through the lead and measuring the associated magnetic field inside the body. A small coil with a ferrite core was moved along a grid of points over a plastic sheet and placed just above the lead to measure the magnetic induction field produced by the lead's spatial amplitude distribution. The main coil axis of the magnetic induction field was oriented along the x and y axes of the plane for each measurement point to determine the relevant parts of the magnetic induction field.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022Senso..22.3880A/abstract


Effect of Gender, Pose and Camera Distance on Human Body Dimensions Estimation

"Human Body Dimensions Estimation is a task that an intelligent agent can do to investigate human body measurements from images, point clouds, or meshes. More specifically, if we think of the HBDE problem as inferring human body measurements from images, then HBDE is a difficult, inverse, multi-task regression challenge that can be tackled with machine learning methods, particularly convolutional neural networks. "In four scenarios: the CNN is trained and evaluated by the CNN, including subjects of a particular gender, in a narrow pose, poor camera distance, and a long camera distance," says the CNN.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022arXiv220512028G/abstract


Positron CSDA range and stopping power calculations in some human body tissues by using Lenz Jensen atomic screening function

"Protest results were reported for several human body tissues in this research, as well as intermediate and intermediate positron energies, being applicable for low and intermediate positron energies. For incident positron in the energy range 20 eV to 10 MeV, the calculation of the CSDA range for several human body organ tissues has been performed: adipose tissue, skeletal muscle, skin, and soft tissue has been introduced. The compiled results of the SP and CSDA range values for positrons in various industries, including adipose tissue, muscle tissue, skin, and soft tissue, in the energy range from 20 to 100 MeV were found to be in good agreement with the Penelop 2014 code findings above 0. 4 keV energies. Simple analytical formulas for the effective number of positrons and effective mean excitation energy have been developed, as well as the positron SP, which are suitable for intermediate energies, have been found.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022RaPC..19610092G/abstract

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