419285 A Wearable Integrated Sensor Array for Perspiration Analysis

Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 12:30 PM
Canyon C (Hilton Salt Lake City Center)
Wei Gao, Sam Emaminejad, Hnin Y. Y. Nyein and Ali Javey, EECS, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA

Wearable technologies can play a significant role in realizing personalized medicine through continuously monitoring an individual’s physical and physiological states. Most currently developed wearable technologies are capable only in tracking the physical activities of an individual and fail to provide insight into the individual’s state of health. Human sweat contains the physiologically rich information needed to infer an individual’s sate of health and is an excellent candidate for non-invasive monitoring. The wearable sweat sensors can serve as an ideal platform for a wide range of real-time healthcare monitoring such as exercise-induced dehydration and medical diagnosis.

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