Polyvinylidene fluoride film based nasal sensor to monitor human respiration pattern: An initial clinical study

@article{Manjunatha2013PolyvinylideneFF,
  title={Polyvinylidene fluoride film based nasal sensor to monitor human respiration pattern: An initial clinical study},
  author={G. Roopa Manjunatha and K. Rajanna and D. Roy Mahapatra and M. Muralidhar Nayak and Uma Maheswari Krishnaswamy and Rangashetty Srinivasa},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing},
  year={2013},
  volume={27},
  pages={647-657}
}
Design and development of a piezoelectric polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) thin film based nasal sensor to monitor human respiration pattern (RP) from each nostril simultaneously is presented in this paper. Thin film based PVDF nasal sensor is designed in a cantilever beam configuration. Two cantilevers are mounted on a spectacle frame in such a way that the air flow from each nostril impinges on this sensor causing bending of the cantilever beams. Voltage signal produced due to air flow induced… CONTINUE READING

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