Abstract: This contribution experimentally demonstrates for the first time the feasibility of joint application of passive UHF RFID technology and hydrogel membranes to fabricate smart plasters able to gather and remotely transmit information on the conditions of human skin. In particular, this intelligent plaster is sensitive to temperature and fluid uptake/release and could open interesting scenarios in wound healing monitoring and drug delivery.

Amendola, S., Bianchi, L., & Marrocco, G. (2015). Movement detection of human body segments: passive radio identification and machine-learning technologies. IEEE ANTENNAS & PROPAGATION MAGAZINE, 57(3), 23-37 [10.1109/MAP.2015.2437274].

Movement detection of human body segments: passive radio identification and machine-learning technologies

BIANCHI, LUIGI;MARROCCO, GAETANO
2015

Abstract

Abstract: This contribution experimentally demonstrates for the first time the feasibility of joint application of passive UHF RFID technology and hydrogel membranes to fabricate smart plasters able to gather and remotely transmit information on the conditions of human skin. In particular, this intelligent plaster is sensitive to temperature and fluid uptake/release and could open interesting scenarios in wound healing monitoring and drug delivery.
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Esperti anonimi
Settore ING-INF/02 - Campi Elettromagnetici
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Amendola, S., Bianchi, L., & Marrocco, G. (2015). Movement detection of human body segments: passive radio identification and machine-learning technologies. IEEE ANTENNAS & PROPAGATION MAGAZINE, 57(3), 23-37 [10.1109/MAP.2015.2437274].
Amendola, S; Bianchi, L; Marrocco, G
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