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Blood Volume Tracker

To create a device that is minimally invasive that will be used to measure a patient’s blood composition (hematocrit and blood plasma) using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy to track changes in blood volume.

Team Members

Sara Anis
Linxinyue Chen
Aaron Craig
Collin Gwilt

Supervisors

Dr. Dean Johnson

Customers

Daniel Phinney

Description

To create a device that is minimally invasive that will be used to measure a patient’s blood composition (hematocrit and blood plasma) using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy to track changes in blood volume.

Model circuit being used to model blood

5 replies on “Blood Volume Tracker”

It looks like Circuits C and D best match the experimental data. Would these be your suggested circuits to continue development for this project? Congratulations on all your work here!

Thank you!
Ideally yes, circuit designs C and D should be used to continue developing this device.

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