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Acoustic concept based on an autonomous capsule and a wideband concentric ring resonator for pathophysiological prevention

Amina Medjdoub 1, 2 Fabrice Lefebvre 1, 2 Nadine Saad Said Soudani Georges Nassar 1, 2 
2 MAMINA - IEMN - Matériaux et Acoustiques pour MIcro et NAno systèmes intégrés - IEMN
INSA Hauts-De-France - INSA Institut National des Sciences Appliquées Hauts-de-France, IEMN - Institut d’Électronique, de Microélectronique et de Nanotechnologie - UMR 8520
Abstract : BACKGROUND Research on the performance of elements constituting our modern environment is constantly evolving, both on a daily basis and on technological basis. But to date, the response of the system to the expectations of the population remains too modest. AIM To elaborate an ultrasonic technique to scan and evaluate in-vivo physiological properties by coupling sensors and multilayer biological tissues model. METHODS A low-frequency ultrasonic method (around a frequency of 32 KHz) based on the use of an innovative autonomous ultrasonic capsule as a miniaturized elementary spherical sensor (1 cm of diameter) and micro-rings resonators were examined. RESULTS Other their functions as passive listeners for the prevention and diagnosis in physiopathology of the respiratory and laryngeal apparatus, these micro-resonators coupled to the ultrasonic capsule through biological tissues (the body) are capable of evaluating the effects of aggression of the environment on human metabolism. CONCLUSION This would allow consequently the detection of some potential diseases at an early stage, even in people who still represent no symptoms, which would permit an early treatment and a higher chance of cure.
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Amina Medjdoub, Fabrice Lefebvre, Nadine Saad, Said Soudani, Georges Nassar. Acoustic concept based on an autonomous capsule and a wideband concentric ring resonator for pathophysiological prevention. Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging, 2020, 1 (1), pp.50-64. ⟨10.35711/aimi.v1.i1.50⟩. ⟨hal-03578688⟩



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