Faculty Advisor

McNeill, John A.

Abstract

Non-invasive diagnosing is becoming a growing trend in the Medical Field, and as a result devices that do apply these non-invasive diagnoses must be developed. This project developed a medical device that measures the skin’s impedance and Phase accurately via Bluetooth graphs the results on a computer. The designed achieved is capable of measuring impedance from 200 to 3000 Ohms. This allows the project to be used for the following applications: BIA, pain sensing and diabetes diagnosis.

Publisher

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Date Accepted

April 2016

Major

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Project Type

Major Qualifying Project

Accessibility

Unrestricted

Advisor Department

Electrical and Computer Engineering

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