A Noninvasive Wearable Device for Real-Time Monitoring of Secretion Sweat Pressure by Digital Display

Pei Heng Lin, Wei Lun Chang, Sian Chen Sheu, Bor Ran Li*

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Sweat-based wearable devices have attracted increasing attention by providing abundant physiological information and continuous measurement through noninvasive healthcare monitoring. Sweat pressure generated via sweat glands to the skin surface associated with osmotic effects may help to elucidate such parameters as physiological conditions and psychological factors. This study introduces a wearable device for measuring secretion sweat pressure through noninvasive, continuous monitoring. Secretion pressure is detected by a microfluidic chip that shows the resistance variance from a paired electrode pattern and transfers digital signals to a smartphone for real-time display. A human study demonstrates this measurement with different exercise activities, showing the pressure ranges from 1.3 to 2.5 kPa. This device is user-friendly and applicable to exercise training and personal health care. The convenience and easy-to-wear characteristics of this device may establish a foundation for future research investigating sweat physiology and personal health care.

原文English
文章編號101658
期刊iScience
23
發行號11
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 20 十一月 2020

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