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Microwave-based stroke diagnosis making global pre-hospital thrombolytic treatment possible

Persson, M. ; Fhager, A. ; Trefna, H. ; Yu, Y. ; McKelvey, T. ; Pegenius, G. ; Karlsson, Jan-Erik ; Elam, M.
Chalmers University of Technology, SWEDEN, Volume 61, Issue 11, Page:2806-2817
In this paper we present a microwave-based system suitable for pre-hospital diagnosis of stroke (Please see a video). The motivation behind the work is … Read more

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A Head Impact Classification System Using SVM Classification and Proximity Sensing in an Instrumented Mouthguard

Wu, L.C. ; Zarnescu, L. ; Nangia, V. ; Cam, B. ; Camarillo, D.B., Stanford University
Volume: 61 , Issue: 11, Page(s): 2659 – 2668
Injury from blunt head impacts causes acute neurological deficits and repeated trauma may lead to chronic neurodegeneration. To prevent repeat injury, legislative efforts such as the Lystedt Law require athletes be removed from play … Read more

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November Halter

Towards Microendoscopic Electrical Impedance Tomography for Intraoperative Surgical Margin Assessment

Ryan J. Halter, Young-Joong Kim, Dartmouth College & Duke University
Volume 61, Issue 11, Page: 2779-2786
Over 200,000 men are diagnosed each year with prostate cancer. Surgical removal of the prostate represents a treatment option chosen by 140,000 men annually in which the primary objective is to eradicate all prostate cancer cells within the body. Cancer cells identified … Read more

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Improvements in Remote Cardio-Pulmonary Measurement Using a Five Band Digital Camera

Daniel McDuff, Sarah Gontarek and Rosalind W. Picard, MIT Media Lab
Volume 61, Issue 10, Page: 2593-2601
Remote measurement of the blood volume pulse via photoplethysmography (PPG) using digital cameras and ambient light has great potential for healthcare and affective computing. However, traditional RGB cameras have limited frequency resolution, they only capture information across three relatively broad … Read more

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