Lisa Falco

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BACKGROUND Impedance spectroscopy has been shown to be a candidate for noninvasive continuous glucose monitoring in humans. However, in addition to glucose, other factors also have effects on impedance characteristics of the skin and underlying tissue. METHOD Impedance spectra were summarized through a principal component analysis and relevant variables(More)
An affordable, user-friendly fertility-monitoring tool remains an unmet need. We examine in this study the correlation between pulse rate (PR) and the menstrual phases using wrist-worn PR sensors. 91 healthy, non-pregnant women, between 22-42 years old, were recruited for a prospective-observational clinical trial. Participants measured PR during sleep(More)
The human skin consists of several layers with distinct dielectric properties. Resolving the impact of changes in dielectric parameters of skin layers and predicting them allows for non-invasive sensing in medical diagnosis. So far no complete skin and underlying tissue model is available for this purpose in the MHz range. Focusing on this(More)
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