Lung and heart sensor MEMS translated by special circuit

Lung and heart sensor MEMS translated by special circuit

The sensor is a physical chip remarkably attuned to inertia. Next to it, an electronic chip called a signal-conditioning circuit translates the sensor chip’s signals into patterned read-outs. Credit: Georgia Tech / Ayazi lab

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mems, Micromechanical Devices, microelectromechanical systems, Heart Monitor, Lung Monitor, Pulmonary Diseases, Pulmonary Function, Pulmonary Illnesses, Pulmonary Infections, Pulmonary Medicine, Pulmonary, Respiratory Medicine, Respiratory Function, Respiratory Health, Respiratory Diseases, Respiratory Disorders, Respiratory Insufficiency, Respiratory Infection, Respiratory Issues, Cardio Vascular Disease, cardiology, Cardiology Patients, Heart Stress Exercise, cardiac imaging, Cardiac Devices, Cardiac Diagnostic Testing, cardiac disease, Accelerometer, Electronic Stethoscope, Seismocardiography, Seismoacoustics, Galloping, heart failure, Heart Failure Detection, High-Throughput, Advanced Manufacturing, Signal-Conditioning Circuit
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  • Created By: Ben Brumfield
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  • Created On: Apr 15, 2020 - 5:46pm
  • Last Updated: Apr 15, 2020 - 5:46pm