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Evidence for quantized magnetic flux in an axon

.D. The Electromagnetic Interaction Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 1973 11 The Nation Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Reference on Constants, Unit, and Uncertainty [Internet]. [Cited June 26, 2019]; Available from https://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Value?flxquhs2e The Nation Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Reference on Constants, Unit, and Uncertainty [Internet] [Cited June 26 2019 Available from https://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Value?flxquhs2e 12 P. Hawkes (Ed.) Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics (Academic

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Enhancing sharp features by locally relaxing regularization for reconstructed images in electrical impedance tomography

dissertation Oxford Polytechnic Cheney, M., Isaacson, D., Newell, J.C., Simske, S. and Goble, J., 1990. NOSER: An algorithm for solving the inverse conductivity problem. International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology, 2(2), pp.66-75. https://doi.org/10.1002/ima.1850020203 10.1002/ima.1850020203 Cheney M. Isaacson D. Newell J.C. Simske S. Goble J. 1990 NOSER: An algorithm for solving the inverse conductivity problem International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology 2 2 66 – 75 https://doi.org/10.1002/ima.1850020203 Cui, M

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Dielectrical properties of living epidermis and dermis in the frequency range from 1 kHz to 1 MHz

sites related to age and sex, Skin Research and Technology 3 (4) (1997) 252-258. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0846.1997.tb00194.x 10.1111/j.1600-0846.1997.tb00194.x Nicander I. Nyren M. Emtestam L. Ollmar S. Baseline electrical impedance measurements at various skin sites related to age and sex Skin Research and Technology 3 4 1997 252 – 258 https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0846.1997.tb00194.x 2 P. Åberg, U. Birgersson, P. Elsner, P. Mohr, S. Ollmar, Electrical impedance spectroscopy and the diagnostic accuracy for malignant melanoma

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Possibilities in the application of machine learning on bioimpedance time-series

. Healthcare Technology Letters. 2014;1(3):115-8. https://doi.org/10.1049/htl.2014.0067 10.1049/htl.2014.0067 26609389 Chester CJ Gaynor PT Jones RD Huckabee M-L Electrical bioimpedance measurement as a tool for dysphagia visualisation Healthcare Technology Letters 2014 1 3 115 – 8 https://doi.org/10.1049/htl.2014.0067 6 Spottorno J, Multigner M, Rivero G, Alvarez L, de la Venta J, Santos M. Time dependence of electrical bioimpedance on porcine liver and kidney under a 50 Hz ac current. Physics in Medicine and Biology. 2008;53(6):1701-13. https

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Knee-to-knee bioimpedance measurements to monitor changes in extracellular fluid in haemodynamic-unstable patients during dialysis

Introduction Over the last few decades, continuous advances in dialysis technologies have increased the safety and efficacy of hemodialysis (HD) [ 1 ]. At present, many of the common acute complications during HD are related to fluid status and impaired compensatory mechanisms. In particular, the accuracy to measure changes in intradialytic fluid status and to assess the fluid overload remains a problem. Inaccuracy might result in excessive volume depletion during treatment, and possibly, the development of intradialytic hypotension (IDH) due to excess drop

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Impedance Ratio Method for Urine Conductivity-Invariant Estimation of Bladder Volume

historical data from the patient’s micturition diary. A wearable monitor would eliminate the need for drinking and micturition diaries and could inform the patient about the appropriate time to visit the bathroom as well as provide feedback on training progress. Although frequent ultrasound examinations to estimate bladder volume are possible, continuous and unobtrusive measurement is desirable. One promising technology towards a non-invasive, unobtrusive bladder volume monitor is continuous bioimpedance measurement. Early measurements by Denniston and Baker in 1975 [ 5

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Cancer detection based on electrical impedance spectroscopy: A clinical study

in the future study will be the depth of tumors; the tumors in skin cancer patients are not deep and they are usually on the surface of skin. The depth that the electrical current can penetrate to the tissue is half the distance between the electrodes [ 19 ]. Thus, for the purpose of testing the technology on skin cancer patients, a small distance between the electrodes was designed, so that most of the electrical current flowed through the tumor on the skin and the amount of penetration of current to the tissue was small. The probe can be redesigned and the

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Monitoring Change of Body Fluid during Physical Exercise using Bioimpedance Spectroscopy and Finite Element Simulations

.5 Male 3 27 1.78 60.8 Male 4 31 1.71 81.5 Male 5 34 1.70 76.9 Male 6 26 1.70 69.3 Female 7 25 1.77 71.8 Female 8 25 1.89 75.6 Male 9 25 1.78 80.7 Male 10 25 1.71 74.9 Male The ten athletes were requested to work out on the cross trainer for specific time periods (warm up time + 3 x 30 min training + cooling down time). In the defined periods, whole body BIS measurements (wrist-to-ankle) were made with a Hydra 4200 (Xitron Technologies, USA) as reference

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Textrode-enabled transthoracic electrical bioimpedance measurements – towards wearable applications of impedance cardiography

Introduction The implementation and use of textile technology and garments for electrical bioimpedance (EBI) measurements have been studied before, with reported results that are consistent and encouraging. Nonetheless, applied research regarding measurement performance of the garments is still necessary. Previous studies of bio potential sensing [ 1 , 2 ] and EBI for body composition analysis have shown the feasibility of using, textile electrodes, typically called “textrodes” [ 3 , 4 ]. In impedance cardiography (ICG) the use of a measurements garment

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