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Scharfetter, Hermann

13th International Conference on Electrical Bioimpedance and the 8th Conference on Electrical Impedance Tomography

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Table of contents

1. Frontiers in nano- and microstructures on microarrays for cell and tissue real time monitoring by bioimpedance spectroscopy
Andrea A. Robitzki

2. New Techniques in Impedance Imaging: MFEIT and MREIT
Eung Je Woo

3. What separates us from turning EIC and EIT into successful clinical bed-side instruments?
P.M.J.M. Vries

4. Evolution of a Diagnostic Decision Support Tool Based on Electrical Impedance
S. Ollmar, I. Nicander, P. Åberg, U. Birgersson

5. The current flow modelling in a sensor with the active shield
M. Masalski, T. Krecicki, Przemyslaw Los

6. High frequency and low concentration – limitation for impedance measurements
U. Pliquett, T. Nacke, K. Schoenbach

7. Modelling the measurement of thoracic tissue impedance layers with local electrode arrays
R.P. Patterson, F. Yang

8. Intra-Cardiac Bioimpedance Field Variability with Breathing
R. Gordon, J. Väisänen, J. Hyttinen

9. Using least squares and Kramers-Kronig transforms in the processing of impedance spectroscopy measurement data
A. Poli?ski, J. Wtorek

10. Why is the measured impedance of the bladder tissue different from the computational modelling results?
A. Keshtkar

11. Comparison of a theoretical impedance model with experimental measurements of pulsatile blood flow
R.L. Gaw, B.H. Cornish, B.J. Thomas

12. New Aspects of Estimating Electrical Participating Volume of the Thorax for Transthoracic Impedance Cardiography
J. Fortin, R. Grüllenberger, W. Habenbacher, A. Hacker, A. Heller, H. Passath, D. Flotzinger, P. Wach

13. Sensitivity Distribution Simulations of Electrode Configurations for Monitoring Tissue Grafts
H. Luoma-aho, P. Kauppinen, R. Suuronen

14. Sensitivity Analysis of Polysegmental BIA Parameters for Estimation of Body Composition and Systemic Hydrohemodynamics
V.A. Mozhaev

15. Sensitivity of the Tetrapolar Lead Configurations on the Impedance Changes of the Lungs
J. Väisänen, V-P. Seppä, P. Kauppinen, J. Malmivuo, J. Hyttinen

16. Properties of CMT studies by means of FEM and Spice model
A. Janczulewicz, J. Wtorek

17. The Model of Vascular Bed for Estimation of Human Systemic Hydrohemodynamics
A.A. Tsvetkov, D.V. Nikolaev, V.A. Mozhaev

18. An Electrical Impedance Model for Deep Brain Stimulation of Parkinson’s Disease
N.B.L. Blad

19. Influence of Breathing on Foucault Cardiogram Origination
Vahur Zadin, Konstantin Skaburskas, Jüri Vedru

20. Storage Effects on Whole Blood: Physiological and Electrical Measurements
Y. Ülgen, S. Mana

21. Frequency characteristics of the electrical conductivity in normal and coagulated blood
M. Noshiro, S. Nebuya, A. Fujimaki, R. Smallwood, B.H. Brown

22. The electrical impedance of pulsatile blood flowing through rigid tubes: an experimental investigation
R.L. Gaw, B.H. Cornish, B.J. Thomas

23. Four Electrode EIS Measurement on Interdigitated Microelectrodes for Adherent Cell Growing and Differentiation Monitoring
E. Sarró, A. Fontova, A. Soley, J. Cairó, A. Bayés-Genís, J. Rosell, R. Bragós

24. Appraisal of cellular systems using impedance spectroscopy – theoretical and experimental aspects
E. Gheorghiu

25. Sensing the cell- substrate interaction towards development of “smart” surfaces
G.A. Ursu, M. Gheorghiu, S. David, E. Gheorghiu

26. Dielectric Spectroscopy of Biological Cells in Microfluidic Devices
V. Senez, A. Treizebré, D. Debuisson, T. Houssin, H. Ghandour, D. Legrand, B. Bocquet, J. Mazurier

27. Measurements on cultured cells using screen printed sensors
M. Brischwein, B. Gleich, T. Weyh, P. Los

28. Dielectric spectra of biological cells and tissues simulated by three-dimensional finite difference method
K. Asami

29. Electrical time constants of erythrocytes for confocal and uniform thickness membrane
H. Kanai, N. Furuya, K. Sakamoto, N. Kanai

30. Dual SPR-Impedance Measurement System for detection of bioaffinity interactions
S. David, M. Gheorghiu, Cristina Polonschii , E. Gheorghiu

31. Viable Biomass Probe for a Life Support System Bioreactor
R. Bragós, J. Mas, J. Sevilla, T. López, P. Riu, J. Rosell

32. Bioimpedance Study on Four Apple Varieties
Q. Fang, X. Liu, I. Cosic

33. Effect of Mechanical Stress on Apple Impedance Parameters
E. Vozáry, P. Mészáros

34. Quantitative evaluation of nano-order micromotion of cultured cells using electric cell-substrate impedance sensing method
N. Goda, Y. Yamamoto, N. Kataoka, T. Nakamura, T. Kusuhara, S. Mohri, K. Naruse, F. Kajiya

35. Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy of Prostatic Tissues
R.J. Halter, A. Schned, J. Heaney, A. Hartov, K.D. Paulsen

36. Electrical impedance measurements during electroporation of rat liver and muscle
A. Ivorra, L. Miller, B. Rubinsky

37. Comparative dielectric studies of neoplastic and healthy breast tissue. Intra-operative breast cancer probe
M. Rz?ca, M. Rudowski

38. Heart Graft Rejection Assessed by Multi-Frequency Electrical Impedance: Human Results
J. Rosell-Ferrer, M.A. Garcia, J. Ramos, R. Bragós, Y. Salazar, M. Fernández, X. Viñolas, J. Cinca

39. Evaluation of the periodontal tissue hydration level via bioimpedance spectrometry
O.N. Moskovets, D.V. Nikolaev, A.V. Smirnov

40. A Pilot Study For Tissue Characterisation Using Bioimpedance Mapping
J.G. Smith, B.J. Thomas, B.H. Cornish

41. Electrical and thermal monitoring during cardiosurgery interventions
A. Nowakowski, M. Kaczmarek, J. Wtorek, W. Stojek, J. Rogowski, J. Siebert

42. Low-frequency dielectric properties of the oral mucosa
I. Lackovic, Z. Stare

43. Water gradient and calibration of stratum corneum hydration measurements
Gorm Krogh Johnsen, Ørjan G. Martinsen, Sverre Grimnes

44. Calibration of skin hydration measurements
Ørjan G. Martinsen, Sverre Grimnes, J.K. Nilsen, C. Tronstad, W. Jang, H. Kim, K. Shin

45. Examination of amount of moisture of adult female's forearm epidermal stratum corneum with two kinds of impedance sensors
K. Shirai, Y. Yamamoto

46. Evaluation of the effects of topical clobetasol propionate by electrical impedance
Lennart Emtestam, Natalia Kuzmina, Toomas Talme

47. Diagnosing Diseases by Measurement of Electrical Skin Resistance: A Novel Technique
E. Zimlichman, A. Kanevsky, Y. Shoenfeld

48. Characteristics of Skin Impedance for Biological Active Points Using Dry Electrode Measurement System
Soo Kim, In Su Kwon, Hag Dong Kim, Geunbae Lim

49. Signals in bioimpedance measurement: different waveforms for different tasks
M. Min, U. Pliquett, T. Nacke, A. Barthel, P. Annus, R. Land

50. Simultaneous multi-frequency bio-impedance measurement applying synchronised uniform or non-uniform sampling
A. Ronk, M. Min, T. Parve

51. A Novel Approach for Estimation of Electrical Bioimpedance: Total Least Square
F. Seoane, K. Lindecrantz

52. A new hard and software concept for impedance spectroscopy analysers for broadband process measurements
J. Friedrich, M. M. Helbig, A. Barthel, T. Nacke, J. Sachs, M. Schäfer, P. Peyerl, U. Pliquett

53. Geometry dependencies in tetrapolar electrode systems – a finite element analysis on needle electrodes
P. Høyum, Sverre Grimnes, Ørjan G. Martinsen

54. Electric field tomography system with planar electrode array
T.S. Tuykin, A.V Korjenevsky

55. Needle position determined by tissue impedance
H. Kalvøy, Sverre Grimnes, Ørjan G. Martinsen

56. Bio-Impedance Signal Decomposer (BISD) as an Adaptive Signal Model Based Separator of Cardiac and Respiratory Components
Andrei Krivoshei, Vello Kukk

57. A Comprehensive Study on Current Source Circuits
W Wang, M. Brien, D-W Gu, J Yang

58. A Differential Current Source for High Frequency Biomedical Applications in a 0.5 ?m CMOS Integrated Circuit Technology
Javad Frounchi, Mohammad Hossein Zarifi, Fahimeh Dehkhoda

59. Data acquisition and Impedance Mapping Using a Multielectrode Bioimpedance Spectroscopy System
A.R.A Rahman, S. Bhansali

60. Two-channel high dynamic range bioimpedance monitor for cardiography
I. Viš?or, V. Vondra, J. Halámek

61. Multi Frequency, Multi Channel, Differential Impedance Analyzer for Rapid Assays
Cristina Polonschii , Dumitru Bratu, Eugen Gheorghiu

62. Expanding the functionality of HP4284A precision LCR meter through measurement system integration
G. Smoljkic, I. Lackovic

63. Development of a medical device for long-term sweat activity measurements
Christian Tronstad, Sverre Grimnes, Ørjan G. Martinsen, Erik Fosse

64. An energy efficient wearable tissue monitor
R. Land, P. Annus, A. Kuusik, E. Haldre, M. Min, T. Parve, Gustav Poola

65. Multichannel Handheld Hard-tissue Bio-impedance Meter with Bluetooth Link
E. Calderón, A. Guimerà, P. Los, A. Mouroux, N. Pitts

66. Wireless Measurement System for Bioimpedance and ECG
T. Vuorela, V-P. Seppä, J. Vanhala, J. Hyttinen

67. Impedance sensor with actively driven electrical shield for soft tissue examinations
T. Grysinski, P. Los, T. Krecicki

68. Implantable bioimpedance system for measuring the impedance of kidney
P. Bogónez, P.J. Riu

69. Skin Electrode Impedance of Textile Electrodes for Bioimpedance Spectroscopy
G. Medrano, A. Ubl, N. Zimmermann, T. Gries, S. Leonhardt

70. Mapping and Monitoring of Cardioactivity: Multi-Channel Impedance Technology and System
S.I. Schookin, L.P. Safonova, I.K. Sergeev, O.S. Medvedev

71. A measurement system for evaluation of electrical properties of myocardium
J. Wtorek, A. Bujnowski , A. Nowakowski

72. Saline-saturated Balsa Wood as a Testing Medium for Rotational Electrical Impedance Myography
A. Chin, S.A. Ruehr, A.W. Tarulli, S.B. Rutkove

73. Digitally Controlled Reference Impedance Device for Test and Calibration of the Bio-Impedance Measurement System (BIMS) in a Networked Environment
A. Birjukov, Andrei Krivoshei, T. Parve

74. A measurement system for evaluating electrical properties of flowing blood
J. Wtorek, A. Bujnowski

75. A Custom-made Demodulation Technique for ElT/EIS Systems
Javad Frounchi, Mohammad Hossein Zarifi, Fahimeh Dehkhoda

76. Tomographic image reconstruction from dual modality ultrasound and electrical impedance data
G. Steiner, M. Soleimani, H. Dehghani, D. Watzenig, F. Podd

77. Magneto-Acousto-Electrical Tomography: A New Imaging Modality for Electrical Impedance
Y. Xu, S. Haider, A. Hrbek

78. Interface impedance improvement with carbon nanotubes
G. Gabriel, R. Gómez-Martínez, R. Villa

79. Designing a PtCO2 sensor based on conductivity measurements
Peyman Mirtaheri, Sverre Grimnes, Ørjan G. Martinsen

80. Ultra-Thin Silicon Membrane as a Sensitive Substrate for Active Bioscreening
P.K. Sekhar, S. Bhansali

81. Probing Biomimetic Molecular Structures on Gold and Silicon(111) with Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy
T.C. Chilcott, E.L.S. Wong, T. Böcking, H.G.L. Coster

82. Reconstruction method of Magneto-acoustic Tomography with magnetic Induction
G.Q. Liu, H. Wang, J.Y Jang, M. Meng, L.T. Jang, X.L. Wang

83. Circular and Magnetron Inductor/Sensor Coils to Detect Volumetric Brain Edema by Inductive Phase Shift
C.A. González, R. Rojas, B. Rubinsky

84. Determination of the dynamic measurement error of EIT systems
G. Hahn, A. Just, G. Hellige

85. Low-Noise Measurement for Electrical Impedance Tomography
M. Rafiei-Naeini, P. Wright, H. McCann

86. Investigation of biological phantom for 2D and 3D breast EIT images
Guofeng Qiao, Wei Wang, Li. Wang, Yi. He, B. Bramer, M. Al-Akaidi

87. Calibration of Multi-frequency EIT System
Hwan Koo, Tong In Oh, Eung Je Woo

88. Study into the repeatability of the electrode-skin interface utilizing electrodes commonly used in Electrical Impedance Tomography
W Wang, L. Wang, G Qiao, P. Prickett, B. Bramer, B. Tunstall, M. Al-Akaidi

89. Time- and Frequency-difference Imaging using KHU Mark1 EIT System
Sang Min Kim, Tong In Oh, Eung Je Woo, Sung Whan Kim, Jin Keun Seo

90. Complex Conductivity Spectra of Seven Materials and Phantom Design for EIT
Kyung Heon Lee, Young Tae Kim, Tong In Oh, Eung Je Woo

91. Integrated Data Collection in Electrical Impedance Tomography
Sha Hong, Wang Yan, Zhao Shu, Ren Chaoshi

92. Reconstruction Algorithms to Monitor Neonate Lung Function
R. Bayford, P. Kantartzis, A. Tizzard, R. Yerworth, P. Liatsis, A. Demosthenous

93. Comparison of EIT current electrode locations in three-dimensional head reconstruction
T Tang, S Oh, R. Sadleir

94. Information Content of EIT Measurements
Andy Adler, William R.B. Lionheart

95. Direct calculation of the electrode movement Jacobian for 3D EIT
Camille Gómez-Laberge, Andy Adler

96. Validation of Finite Element mesh warping for improving the forward model in EIT of brain function
A. Tizzard, R. Bayford

97. Validation of a finite element solution for electrical impedance tomography in an anisotropic medium
Juan-Felipe P.J. Abascal, Simon R. Arridge, William R.B. Lionheart, Richard H. Bayford, David S. Holder

98. Predicted EIT current densities in the brain using a 3D anatomically realistic model of the head
J.L. Davidson, C.J.D. Pomfrett, H. McCann

99. Frequency Marked Electrodes in Electrical Impedance Tomography
Y. Granot, B. Rubinsky

100. Conversion of EIT brain images for co-registration
D. McCormick, J.L. Davidson, H. McCann

101. A new clinical data and image analysis tool for monitoring neonatal lung function
R.J. Yerworth, R. Bayford

102. New anomaly detection algorithm using multi-frequency trans-admittance maps
Jeehyun Lee, Sung Whan Kim, Sungwhan Kim, Jin Keun Seo, Habib Zribi, Eung Je Woo

103. An excitation in differential EIT – selection of measurement frequencies
A. Bujnowski , J. Wtorek

104. Regularization of EIT Problem Using Trust Region SubProblem Method
M. Goharian, M. Soleimani, A. Jegatheesan, G.R. Moran

105. Sensitivity of two different reconstruction algorithms to body shape and electrode position errors in absolute EIT
A. Just, C. Rücker, G. Hahn, G Hellige

106. Four-Dimensional Regularization for Electrical Impedance Tomography Imaging
Tao Dai, Manuchehr Soleimani, Andy Adler

107. Experimental Results of Anomaly Detection using Multi-Frequency Trans-Admittance Scanner
Hee Jin Kim, Tong In Oh, Eung Je Woo, Sung Whan Kim, Jin Keun Seo

108. Coregistration of Electrical Impedance Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
R.J. Halter, P. Manwaring, A. Hartov, K.D. Paulsen

109. Image reconstruction for the selection of electrode patterns in Electrical Impedance Endotomography
A. Jossinet, A. Matias

110. Quantitative analysis of shape change in Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT)
Sungho Oh, Te Tang, Rosalind Sadleir

111. Impact of the reconstruction method on the point spread function in electrical tomography
G. Steiner, D. Watzenig, H. Zangl, H. Wegleiter, A. Fuchs

112. Parametric image: a step forward for virtual biopsy by EIT?
W Wang, L. Wang, Tao Huang, B. Tunstall, D-W Gu, G Sze

113. Preliminary study of a Cole-Cole model curve fitting method for Electrical Impedance Tomography
Y. He, W Wang, G Sze, G Qiao, Da Wei Gu, B. Bramer

114. Preliminary Investigation of Correlation Between In-Vitro Specimen Measurement and In-Vivo Imaging Data from ROI Analysis
G Sze, W Wang, G Qiao, L. Wang, B. Tunstall, Da Wei Gu, M Tang

115. Using Micro Electrode Array For On-line EIT Measurement
Z. Daidi, S. Siltanen, J. Tanskanen, J. Hyttinen

116. Development of the Multichannel Simultaneous Magnetic Induction Measurement System Musimitos
Matthias Steffen, Steffen Leonhardt

117. Spectroscopic 16 channel magnetic induction tomograph: The new Graz MIT system
Hermann Scharfetter, A. Köstinger, S. Issa

118. Magnetic InductionTomography: The influence of the coil configuration on the spatial resolution
Robert Merwa, Hermann Scharfetter

119. Parallelization Methods for Implementation of Magnetic Induction Tomography Forward Models in Symmetric Multiprocessor Clusters
Y. Maimaitijiang, M.A. Roula, S. Watson, R.J. Williams, H. Griffiths

120. Using outer boundary information for image reconstruction in magnetic induction tomography
C. Ktistis, A.J. Peyton

121. Imagereconstruction approaches for Philips magnetic induction tomograph
M. Vauhkonen, M. Hamsch, C.H. Igney

122. Dielectric Measurement using Radio Imaging Method for Tomography
K.C. Nam, I. Hieda

123. Correction of systematic errors in frequency differential magnetic induction tomography
Hermann Scharfetter

124. Magnetic Induction Tomography: A feasibility study of brain oedema detection using a finite element human head model
Robert Merwa, Hermann Scharfetter

125. 16 Channel Magnetic Induction Tomography System Featuring Parallel Readout
M. Hamsch, C.H. Igney, M. Vauhkonen

126. Projected Current from One Component of Magnetic Flux Density in MREIT
Oh In Kwon, Byung Il Lee, Chunjae Park

127. Local harmonic B<sub>z</sub> algorithm in MREIT
Sungwhan Kim, Jin Keun Seo, Sungwan Kim, Eung Je Woo, Kiwan Jun, Chang Ok Lee

128. Anisotropic Conductivity Imaging with MREIT Using Equipotential Projection Algorithm
B.M. Eyübo?lu, E. De?irmenci

129. Newton Method for Injection Current Nonlinear Encoding(ICNE) in MREIT
Chunjae Park, Oh In Kwon

130. Current Injection Optimization for Magnetic Resonance-Electrical Impedance Tomography (MREIT)
H. Altunel, B.M. Eyübo?lu, A. Köksal

131. In vivo determination of electric conductivity and permittivity using a standard MR system
U. Katscher, T. Dorniok, C. Findeklee, P. Vernickel, K. Nehrke

132. In Vivo MREIT Experiment of Canine Brain
Young Tae Kim, Byung Il Lee, Eung Je Woo, Hyung Joong Kim

133. Equipotential projection based MREIT reconstruction without potential measurements
B.M. Eyübo?lu, E. De?irmenci

134. Reconstruction algorithm of Inductive Magnetic Resonance Electrical Impedance Tomography
G.Q. Liu, M. Meng, J. Jiang, H. Wang, X.L. Wang, L.T. Jiang

135. Analysis of ventilatory conditions under different inspiratory oxygen concentrations and positive end-expiratory pressure levels by EIT
G. Schmitz, S. Pulletz, D. Schädler, G. Zick, J. Scholz, N. Weiler, I. Frerichs

136. Determination of local phase changes in lung ventilation by EIT during continuous postural changes
M. Mayer, P. Brunner, F. Smolle-Jüttner, A. Maier, N. Neuböck, Hermann Scharfetter

137. Distribution of regional ventilation during restricted chest wall movement determined by EIT
S. Pulletz, G. Schmitz, G. Zick, D. Schädler, J. Scholz, N. Weiler, I. Frerichs

138. Quantification of ventilation by time series EIT data
G. Hahn, A. Just, J. Dittmar, G Hellige

139. Measurement accuracy in pulmonary function test using electrical impedance tomography
S. Nebuya, K. Kitamura, H. Kobayashi, M. Noshiro, B.H. Brown

140. Evaluation of the performance of the Multifrequency Electrical Impedance Tomography (MFEIT) intended for imaging acute stroke
A. Romsauerova, Alistair McEwan, L. Fabrizi, David S. Holder

141. Statistical analysis of non-invasive Low Frequency EIT human measurements of euronal activity
O. Gilad, L. Horesh, S. Akselrod, David S. Holder

142. Diagnostics of dyshormonal mammary gland diseases with multifrequency electrical impedance mammography
O.V. Trokhanova, M.B. Okhapkin, A.V Korjenevsky

143. Chemotherapy Monitoring With EIS: Early Findings
A. Hartov, R.J. Halter, A. Borsic, P. Manwaring, K.D. Paulsen, W.A.. Wells, P.A. Kaufman

144. Particularities of electrical impedance images in different forms of growth of infiltrative breast cancer
N. Sotskova, A. Karpov, M. Korotkova, A. Sentcha

145. A Compact EIT System for Ventilation Monitoring in COPD Patients
D. Anton, M. Balleza, J. Fornos, B. Kos, P. Casan, P.J. Riu

146. Analysis of resting noise characteristics of three EIT systems in order to compare suitability for time difference imaging with scalp electrodes during epilepsy
L. Fabrizi, Alistair McEwan, O. Oh, David S. Holder

147. Tidal Volume Monitoring with Electrical Impedance Tomography. Validation for Healthy Subjects
M. Balleza, J. Fornos, N. Calaf, T. Feixas, M. Gonzalez, D. Anton, P.J. Riu , P. Casan

148. Measurement of haemodynamic response during exercise test by impedance cardiography method in patients with coronary artery disease
Janusz Siebert, Bartosz Trzeciak, Dominika Zieli?ska, Stanislaw Baku?a

149. Beat – to - beat variability of stroke volume output velocity measured by an impedance cardiographic method
V.V. Schekotov, M.A. Zubarev, O.R. Parandey, A.A. Dumler

150. Impedance Cardiography in Cardiac Pacing
K. Peczalski, D. Wojciechowski, Z. Dunajski, T. Palko

151. Possibilities of Foucault Cardiography-Based Estimation of Heart Pumping Performance
O. Tarassova, J. Vedru

152. Signal quality evaluation in Ambulatory Impedance Cardiography
Gerard Cybulski, Wiktor Niewiadomski, Anna G?siorowska, Dorota Kwiatkowska

153. Clinical point of view of thoracic electrical biompedance (TEB) in comparison with other non-invasive methods in cardiology
Z.M. Trefný, J. Sva?inka, M. Trefný, S. Trojan, J. Slaví?ek, O. Kittnar, P. Smr?ka

154. Using time interval parameters from impedance cardiography to evaluate autonomic nervous function in Parkinson’s disease
J.H. Meijer, S. Boesveldt, E. Elbertse, H.W. Berendse

155. Cerebral impedance following hypoxia/ischaemia in the human infant
B.E. Lingwood, G.N. Healy, Z.B. Kecskes, K.R. Dunster, P.H. Gray, L.C. Ward, P.B. Colditz

156. Functional aspects of early postnatal developments of small premature infants’ lungs
A. Liashenko, A. Karpov, V. Dashitchev

157. Impedance rheography for systemic and pulmonary circulation study and clinical application
T. Palko

158. Arterial system reaction on isometric stress in patients with arterial hypertension depending on the stage of the disease
A.A. Dumler, M.A. Zubarev, M.A. Malova

159. Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis Measures the Ejection Fraction of the Calf Muscle Pump
L.C. Ward, W.A. McCullagh, W. Shirer, S. Chetham

160. Development of a Biosensor for hCG? Detection
P. Kassanos, R.K. Iles, Richard H. Bayford, A. Demosthenous

161. Bioimpedance Profiling of Limb Lymphoedema
L.C. Ward, S.L. Kilbreath, M.-J. Lee, S.L. York

162. A new ambulatory urodynamics monitoring system of measuring the abdominal pressure using the bio-impedance method
D.W. Kim, K.S. Kim, Y.S. An, J.H. Seo, C.G. Song

163. Diagnosis of Breast Cancer using Ductal Epithelial Impedance Spectroscopy
R.J. Davies, M.K. Brumfield, M. Pierce

164. Non-Invasive Impedance based Continuous Glucose Monitoring System
M.S. Talary, F. Dewarrat, D. Huber, L. Falco-Jonasson, A. Caduff

165. Parameters for monitoring refeeding of anorexia nervosa patients by bioimpedance
M.-V. Moreno, D. Djeddi, M.Y. Jaffrin

166. Changes Of Bile and Urine Electrical Conductivity in Patients with Biliary Tracts’ Pathology
A.V. Popov, E. Kitaeva

167. Multifrequency Electrical Impedance Myography In Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
A.W. Tarulli, C.A. Shiffman, R. Aaron, A.B. Chin, S.B. Rutkove

168. Frequency Dependence of Forearm Muscle Impedance During Isometric Gripping Contractions
H. Kashuri, R. Aaron, C.A. Shiffman

169. Beat-by-beat changes in pre-ejection period during functional tests evaluated by impedance aortography: a step to a left ventricular contractility monitoring
V.V. Ermishkin, E.V. Lukoshkova, E.-Yu. Bersenev, M.A. Saidova, V.N. Shitov, O.L. Vinogradova, V.M. Khayutin

170. Electrical monitoring of myocardium during induced ischemia
J. Wtorek, A. Bujnowski , A. Nowakowski, W. Stojek, J. Rogowski, B. Trzeciak, J. Siebert

171. Measuring Respirational Parameters with a Wearable Bioimpedance Device
V-P. Seppä, J. Väisänen, P. Kauppinen, J. Malmivuo, J. Hyttinen

172. Intrathoracic Impedance Monitoring in a Novel Model of Acute Pulmonary Edema
Todd M. Zielinski, Mattias Rouw, Kevin Knox, Kevin Vincent, Douglas Hettrick

173. Motion Discrimination Using Parameters of Bioelectrical Impedance
T. Nakamura, T. Kusuhara, Y. Yamamoto

174. Electrical Impedance Scanning for Breast Cancer Risk Stratification in Young Women
Alexander Stojadinovic, M.D., Aviram Nissan, M.D., Craig D. Shriver, M.D. Sarah Lenington, Ph.D., David Gur

175. Detection of Menstrual Cycle Changes in Breast Ductal Epithelium using Impedance Spectroscopy
R.J. Davies, M.K. Brumfield, M. Pierce

176. The use of bioimpedance analysis for the study of dysphagia
L.C. Ward, W.A. McCullagh, J. Cichero

177. A Simple Measurement Method of Visceral Fat Accumulation by Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis
T. Shiga, Y. Oshima, H. Kanai, M. Hirata, K. Hosoda, K. Nakao

178. A new approach of gastric motility measurement and evaluation by bioimpedance
Li Zhangyong, Sha Hong, Wang Yan, Zhao Shu, Wang Wei, Ren Chaoshi

179. Rheoencephalogram Reflects Cerebral Blood Flow Autoregulation In Pigs
M. Bodo, F. Pearce, S. Van Albert, R. Armonda

180. Procedure for assessment of the mammary gland electrical impedance images
M. Korotkova

181. Determination of the root canal length using impedance ratio method
Dejan Krizaj, J. Jan, T. Žagar

182. Bioimpedance Methods in Urology Functional Diagnostics
I.S. Mudraya, V.I. Kirpatovsky, A.G. Martov

183. Electrical impedance of relaxed and contracted skeletal muscle
T. Žagar, Dejan Krizaj

184. Verification of physical models used for root canal measurement by impedance comparison
T. Marjanovi?, Z. Stare, I. Lackovic

185. Changes in the Arm Bioimpedance with Applied Pressure and Force
G. Giovinazzo, O.I. Al-Surakhi, P. Bogónez, P.J. Riu

186. Dielectric qualities of erythrocytes in healthy people of different age groups
Y.M. Bobylev

187. Utility of the short time bioelectrical impedance for the gastric motility assessment: Preliminary Results
M.R. Huerta-Franco, M. Vargas-Luna, J.M. Vallejo-Villalpando, E. Hernandez, T. Cordova

188. Human electrophysiological signal responses to non-continuous and consecutive 5 day ELF PEMF exposure: A pilot study
D. Cvetkovic, Q. Fang, S.S. Mahmoud, I. Cosic

189. Dielectric qualities of erythrocytes in healthy people and in patients with cardiovascular disease
Y.M. Bobylev

190. Equipment for real-time bioimpedance diagnostics of the functional state of human organism
A.V. Bessarab, L.M. Lavrov

191. Electrical Impedance Myography at High Frequencies
C.A. Shiffman, H. Kashuri, R. Aaron

192. Variation of Magnetic Induction Plethysmogram on Human Thoracic Surface
J. Vedru, O. Solntseva

193. Electrodermal response – correlation between potential and conductance
A. Jabbari, Sverre Grimnes, Ørjan G. Martinsen

194. Influence of a Magnetic Field on Changes in Bio-impedance
S. Papezova, V. Papez

XV. Bio-Impedance Analysis

195. Application of bioimpedance technique in dialysis patients
F. Zhu, E.F. Leonard, M. Kuhlman, P. Kotanko, G. Handelman

196. Estimation of fluid volume changes during haemodialysis with an anisotropic finite element model
M. Freiberger, P. Brunner, M. Mayer, O.I. Surkhi, P.J. Riu , Hermann Scharfetter

197. Local Tissue Bioimpedance Measurement for Fluid Shifts during Haemodialysis
Omar I. Al-Surkhi, P.J. Riu , F. Vazquez, J. Mas, A. Rodriguez-Jornet, M. García, J. Ibeas

198. In Maintenance Hemodialysis Patients Lean Body Mass can be Evaluated by Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis
A. Ben Halim, B Khedr, F. Caprio, M. Mazzantini, C. Donadio

199. Body composition measurements in limbs using eight-electrodes bioimpedance
Michel Jaffrin, Hélène Morel, Yuliya Lavielle

200. A Device for Monitoring Hydration State in Hemodialysis Patients Using a Calf Bioimpedance Technique
F. Zhu, M. Kuhlman, P. Kotanko, G. Handelman, E.F. Leonard, N.W. Levin

201. Different impedance indexes in segmental and whole-body measurements in peritoneal dialysis patients
L. Nescolarde, T. Doñate, M.A. Garcia, J. Rosell-Ferrer

202. Body Composition And Glomerular Filtration Rate In Chronic Kidney Disease Patients: Males Are Different From Females?
C. Donadio

203. Estimation of Arm Muscle Mass in Hemodialysis Patients by Segmental Bioimpedance (SBIS) MRI and K Techniques
M. Carter, F. Zhu, S.R. Sarkar, G.A. Kaysen, L. Ramirez, SB. Heymsfield, G. Handelman, N.W. Levin

204. Sensitivity of whole-body bioelectrical impedance to edema in one leg
M. Codognotto, A. Piccoli, M. Piazza, P. Frigatti

205. Can bioimpedance spectroscopy (BIS) tell us about the form of lymphoedema?
B.H. Cornish, B.E. Lingwood, L.C. Ward

206. Total body water measurement: using the multifrequency BIS-Hanai approach with 50 kHz single frequency
H. Morel, M.Y. Jaffrin

207. Best published equation for the calculation of Body Fat in a sample of Colombian young males using Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis
C.A. Gonzalez-Correa, C.H Gonzalez-Correa, A. Ramos-Rodriguez

208. Bioelectric Impedance Phase Angle and Body Composition in Russian Children Aged 10–16 Years: Reference Values and Correlations
E.G. Martirosov, I.A. Khomyakova, S.V. Pushkin, T.F. Romanova, M.M. Semenov, S.G. Rudnev

Keywords: Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Molecular Medicine, Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering, Imaging / Radiology, Cell Biology

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
IFMBE Proceedings
Page amount
846 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783540738411

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