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Electrically conductive adhesive enable to manufacture high performance patch probe for non-invasive physiological assessment
conference contributionposted on 03.08.2016 by Xiaolong Zhang, Sijung Hu, Changqing Liu, V Azorin-Peris, Ryan Imms
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A reflection-mode photoplethysmographic (rPPG) patch probe has been researched to improve its performance for non-invasive physiological assessment through electrically conductive adhesives (ECAs) based manufacture processes. Special PiN photodiodes and Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) were mounted on a flexible printed circuit to reach the objectives of both sensitivity and stability, and user comfort as well. The trial rPPG probes were successfully manufactured and evaluated in the house. The results gained from this study shown the functions of the probe could be fully realized by ECAs. The preliminary outcome demonstrates the suitability for the cardiovascular assessment.
The authors would like to thanks the support of Loughborough University under the scheme of The 7th European Community Framework Programme entitled with Micro-Multi-Material Manufacture to Enable Multifunctional Miniaturised Devices (M6) Grant reference: FP7-PEOPLE-2010-IRSES: Programme No. 269113.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering