Fa-Liang Wang


In order to control disease and survive, humans have been struggling thousands of years with the expenditure of human energy and money. We retain the heritage of our ancestors' medical knowledge, and develop our accumulated medical technology for ourselves and our offspring. Human are still seeking convenient, continuous and accurate methods for obtaining data that can be read directly from our body in order to control disease. Some of these methods are: taking urine to identify many diseases , sampling serum to check for plasma glucose, and applying a sensor to measure blood pressure and pulse rate.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Blood pressure--Measurement

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School of Art (CIAS)


Kahute, Robert

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McArt, Craig

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Cleminshaw, Douglas


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