A Novel Antibacterial Membrane Electrode Based on Bacterial Cellulose/Polaniline/AgNO3 Composite for Bio-Potential Signal Monitoring
Part of the NIH-IEEE POCT 2017 Special Issue
We propose a flexible, dry and antibacterial electrode with low and stable skin electrode contact impedance for bio-potential signal monitoring. We fabricated bacterial cellulose/polyaniline/AgNO3 nanocomposite membrane (BC/PANI/AgNO3) and used it for bio-potential signal monitoring.
The Effect of Light Conditions on Photoplethysmographic Image Acquisition Using a Commercial Camera
Cameras embedded in consumer devices have previously been used as physiological information sensors…