Calibration methodology for a microwave non-invasive glucose sensor.

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dc.contributor.advisor Jean, B. Randall. McClung, Melanie J.
dc.contributor.other Baylor University. Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering. en 2008-05
dc.description.abstract Non-invasive measuring techniques for determining biological parameters are more heavily researched with the growth of the biomedical industry. One of the top areas in non-invasive research deals with diabetes. This disease affects more than 20 million people in the United States, and there is an increasing desire to find a testing process that is non-invasive, easy to use, and safe for users. Microwave technology has improved greatly during recent years and is now seen more often in conjunction with biomedical research. Microwaves are capable of taking measurements of materials inside of a closed volume without the need to come into contact with the material. This makes them ideal for measuring biological parameters, specifically glucose concentrations in the blood. This thesis expands on the development of a microwave sensor to non-invasively measure blood glucose levels and will examine the possibility of developing a calibration for a device using the microwave sensor. en
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dc.subject Microwave devices -- Calibration. en
dc.subject Biosensors -- Design and construction. en
dc.subject Glucose -- Measurement. en
dc.subject Blood sugar -- Measurement. en
dc.title Calibration methodology for a microwave non-invasive glucose sensor. en
dc.type Thesis en M.S.B.M.E. en
dc.rights.accessrights Worldwide access en
dc.contributor.department Engineering. en

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