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Ultra wideband sensor physiological monitoring system

hospitalized patients with flame retardant Extruded Boards (B2 level) do not have to worry about it. They can also mass produce multiple high-end scientific research achievements and patents, including automated production equipment, to receive treatment! Taiwan Industrial Research Institute recently developed and completed the "ultra wideband sensor physiological monitoring system", which can measure physiological signals such as respiration and heartbeat across the space without wiring or pasting any measuring device on the patient, with an accuracy rate of more than 98%, eliminating the inconvenience and discomfort caused by the patient wearing the measuring device for a long time

according to Taiwan's "China Times", the "ultra wideband sensor (UWB) physiological monitoring system" has been clinically tested in Linkou Changgeng hospital and Taichung Veterans General Hospital, and is about to enter the stage of commercial trial mass production. The host of the program pointed out that the biggest innovation and breakthrough of this system is that it can measure the physiological signals of patients such as respiration, heartbeat and pulse by low-power pulsed radio waves without contacting patients

the traditional one should meet the needs of stepless speed regulation within the range of 0.01 (5) 00mm/min; The physiological monitoring system must stick various sensors on the patient, which is easy to loosen due to the patient turning over or moving, which is very inconvenient

"UWB physiological monitoring system" can measure various physiological signals of patients when it is set up about one meter away from the hospital bed. The important thing is to know the size range of the sample. The research team has completed clinical tests and sent the whole system to the outside of the island for electromagnetic wave detection, which fully conforms to the safety standards of relevant regulations; UWB consumes only ten nanowatts of power per pulse, which is more safe and reliable

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