Non-invasive diagnostics

Bert Gold bgold at itsa.ucsf.edu
Wed May 22 11:03:16 EST 1996

On Wed, 22 May 1996, Jesse Patton wrote:

This is a nice idea (below) but:

1) I'm not certain how this is non-invasive.
2) Currently such blood gas analysis is carried out in
   most places by looking at Arterial levels, how is what
   you propose different?
3) I feel pretty convinced a separate newsgroup to explore
   biomedical engineering applications to diagnosis would
   be counter-productive.

Bert Gold
San Francisco

> I would be interested in getting some dialouge going regarding
> Transcutaneous Polarogrphic Oxygen and CO2 Sensors.  Several years back I
> worked to develop a silicon-based Clark type sensor that utilized
> structurally firm (cross-linked) hydrophilic membranes as electrolye media
> for these sensors.  These "flat-beaker" membranes fit nicely with planar
> designs and processes for silicon chip sensors.  Any interest?

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