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Modélisation théorique et expérimentale d'un système de mesure électromagnétique non-invasif : application à la mesure de la glycémie

Abstract : The glycaemia daily control belongs to the measures taken into account by the diabetics in order to balance their blood glucose rate and thus avoid serious complications. Indeed if these controls are not painful i.e. non-invasive, they make it possible to the patient to increase his frequency of glycaemia control or even to control its glycaemia in real time. Such a control decreases substantially the complications associated at this disease. Where come the idea of an original application of the eddy current methods in order to measure without contact the glucose rate in blood. After the sensor realization , a theoretical and modelling study is carried out. For each tests series, the temperature effect, the measurements reproducibility and the sensor resolution are examined. The sensor experimental validation is obtained by carrying out several measures in-vitro. These tests were carried out with an instrumental card designed at the laboratory. Finally, we compare the experimental results with the modelling results.
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Mohamed Gourzi. Modélisation théorique et expérimentale d'un système de mesure électromagnétique non-invasif : application à la mesure de la glycémie. Autre. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy 1, 2004. Français. ⟨NNT : 2004NAN10162⟩. ⟨tel-01746765⟩

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