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Evaluation of Clinical Usefulness of EIS(Electro Interstitial Scan)
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Evaluation of Clinical Usefulness of EIS(Electro Interstitial Scan)
Kim, Soochan; Bae, Jang-Han; Jun, Min-Ho; Kim, Jaeuk U.;
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 Abstract
Electro interstitial scan shows potential as a non-invasive screening method. It can discriminate some diseases based on electric current response to induce low intensity direct current to limbs or local area of body. DDFAO was invented in France and it is claimed that multi-channel EIS(Electro Interstitial Scan) is useful for various diseases, especially, diagnoses of endocrine system such as diabetics are very effective. In this study, we verified the repeatability and sensitivity of DDFAO by using a RC phantom model and its clinical usefulness using data obtained from normal and diabetes subject groups. As a result, it showed the repeatability and the output change according to change of phantom characteristic, but it was hard to distinguish normal and patient groups non-invasively with just six surface electrodes of DDFAO. The repeatability and the clinical accuracy was not sufficient for screening or diagnostic purposes, as well. In spite of the results with low repeatability and accuracy conducted in this study, we still need further investigations to improve the EIS-based measurement method; EIS is very convenient and simple and it shows potential as a screening tool of the whole body health conditions rather than localized disease diagnosis.
 Keywords
Iontophoresis;Cottrell equation;Skin conductance;Bioimpedance;Diabetes;
 Language
Korean
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EIS 기반 전압신호 분석을 통한 당뇨병 진단 가능성 평가,배장한;김수찬;카니티카 케오칸네트;전민호;김재욱;

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