Claudine Géhin

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Improvement of the quality and efficiency of healthcare in medicine, both at home and in hospital, is becoming more and more important for patients and society at large. As many technologies (micro technologies, telecommunication, low-power design, new textiles, and flexible sensors) are now available, new user-friendly devices can be developed to enhance(More)
In this chapter we briefly present the key historical periods in diagnostic medicine , provocatively expressed in terms of their use of sensors, highlighting the dramatic way in which changes in sensing technology have altered the role of the physician, have led to the creation and grow of new professions allied to medicine and have affected the patient(More)
An original experimental procedure is presented to measure the mechanical interaction between tongue and teeth and palate during speech production. It consists in using edentulous people as subjects and to insert pressure sensors in the structure of a replication of their dental prosthesis. This is assumed to induce no speech production perturbation for(More)
In the field of cognitive ergonomics, research on car drivers requires multimodal in-vehicle systems for recording not only driving-related behavior, but also contextual information from their surroundings. In addition, reliable information concerning a driver's functional state should be obtained. In this article, we describe an integrated device(More)
Physiological signals like Heart Rate, Respiration and Skin Resistance are relevant indicators to evaluate driver's mental state. Therefore, most methods based on physiological signals measurements have been improved on driving simulators or in experimental laboratories under carefully controlled conditions and rigorous protocols. To study driver's behavior(More)
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