Phantoms for development of microwave sensors for noninvasive blood glucose monitoring

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Abstract

A suitability of two different liquid phantoms of blood-glucose solutions as phantoms for development of microwave sensors for noninvasive blood glucose monitoring is compared. The two phantoms are physiological saline-glucose and pig blood-glucose solutions. For this purpose a simple microwave sensor is developed for in vitro monitoring of blood glucose levels. The sensor consists of a microstrip antenna and of a small rectangular container on the top of the antenna. The container is filled with one of the liquid phantoms. Both phantoms with different glucose concentrations ranging from 0 to 500 mg/dL are considered. Dependence of sensor's resonant frequency on glucose concentration of LUTs is both estimated by aid of numerical simulations and measured. The results are discussed and compared with some results reported in the literature.

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Vrba, J., Karch, J., & Vrba, D. (2015). Phantoms for development of microwave sensors for noninvasive blood glucose monitoring. International Journal of Antennas and Propagation, 2015. https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/570870

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