Anna McLister

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A public access automated external defibrillator (AED) is a device that is intended to be used by lay rescuers in an event where a member of the public experiences a sudden cardiac arrest due to a severe ventricular arrhythmia. Therefore, it is imperative that the human-machine interface of an AED is optimized in terms of its usability and intuitive design.(More)
Marked developments in the design of ostomy appliances in recent years have revolutionised stoma care and management but the prevalence of peristomal skin complications continues to be problematic with incidence rates ranging from 10% to 70%. Despite requisite pre and post-operative education for new patients, complications continue to arise - even under(More)
The pH of wound fluid has long been recognized as an important diagnostic for assessing wound condition, but as yet there are few technological options available to the clinician. The availability of sensors that can measure wound pH, either in the clinic or at home could significantly improve clinical outcome - particularly in the early identification of(More)
It has been proposed that fluctuations in wound pH can give valuable insights into the healing processes in chronic wounds, but acquiring such data can be a technological challenge especially where there is little sample available. Developments in voltammetric pH sensing have opened up new avenues for the design of probes that can function in ultra-small(More)
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