Dr. Kim Cluff is an Associate professor in the Biomedical Engineering Department at Wichita State University. Dr. Cluff is the principal investigator of this research. Dr. Cluff’s research areas are biomedical sensors, RF resonators, Bioinstrumentation, and Biomedical imaging. Also, he works on Raman and FTIR spectroscopy, design of Biomedical devices, computational medicine to develop quantitative approaches for diagnosis and treatment monitoring through application of mathematics, computational science, and instrumentation design.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesPassive Self Resonant Skin Patch Sensor to Monitor Intraventricular Volume using Electromagnetic Properties of Fluid Volume Changes
This paper focuses on the development of a passive, lightweight skin patch sensor that can measure fluid volume changes in the heart in a non-invasive, point-of-care setting. The wearable sensor is an electromagnetic, self-resonant sensor configured into a specific pattern... Read more
Posted on 10 OCT 2018