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To establish a high precision data acquisition system for multi-frequency electrical impedance tomography (EIT), a series of methods were introduced. Those methods include building a driving signal with up to four frequency components to diminish the effect of the dynamic change of tissues resistivity, extracting the impedance information by a digital(More)
A strict EIT reconstruction algorithm, the general inversion algorithm (GIA) is presented. To improve the noise performance, the algorithm is modified by attenuating the condition number of the forward matrix F and implemented using an improved FEM scheme, to obtain the 2D image of impedance change (dynamic image). This modified general inversion algorithm(More)
Electrical impedance scanning (EIS) is a new adjunctive diagnostic method for women breast cancer examination. In clinic research, we found some influencing factors which can induce a bad EIS imaging results. In order to analyze the influencing factors on EIS imaging and find the solutions, we set up an EIS workbench which can simulate the influencing(More)
In this work we assessed the validity of the multi-frequency parameter (MFP) analysis method in distinguishing EIS false positive results. We chose 15 subjects with invasive duct carcinoma as the control group in which EIS results were all positive. In the experiment, three test groups-the Contact, the Skin and the Horm groups-were set to correspond to(More)
An image monitoring system using electrical impedance tomography (EIT) for intraperitoneal bleeding was designed (FMMU V3.5). It consists of a constant current driving source with frequency of 50 KHz, a high accuracy measurement module, a driving and measuring mode program-controlled circuits, a data acquisition card, an optoelectronic isolated digital I/O(More)
A 16-channel magnetic induction imaging system is introduced briefly. Highly precise phase and magnitude detecting method is applied to the information acquisition. The resolution of phase detecting is 0.003deg. The results of magnitude detecting also provide us with useful information. The characteristic curves are smoother than that of our previous(More)
Current medical imaging techniques are not effective for timely detection of internal hemorrhage when the bleeding is slow and in small quantities. In this study, electrical impedance tomography (EIT) was applied to monitor the intraperitoneal bleeding of an animal model. Five healthy pigs three months old were used. The process of intraperitoneal bleeding(More)
To seek a single source drive pattern that is more suitable for brain electrical impedance tomography (EIT), a comparison between adjacent, cross, polar and newly proposed quasi-polar drive patterns was made in aspects of boundary voltages dynamic range, independent measurement number, Total boundary voltage changes and anti-noise performance based on an(More)
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