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Skin-mounted nano electrodes

There is a relatively old but interesting invention relates to skin-mounted electrodes with substantially short nano spikes. These electrodes provide positive and reliable contact without gels, shaving and/or sanding of the skin surface to enable positive electrode attachment.

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Remote detection of physiological changes

There is necessity to detect remotely small physiological changes in a human in order to measure the human’s condition including physiological stress levels and viability.

Neural inputs to the heart’s sinoatrial node accelerate or decelerate the heart rate over varying time scales depending on the respiration (RESP) rate and the balance of tone of the two branches of autonomic nervous system (ANS). At worst, just a heartbeat indicates the presence of vital activity. This method is particularly useful for the detection of people under rubble.

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