Wearable Devices Incorporating Nanostructured Biosensors: Enabling Real-Time Monitoring and User-Friendly Interfaces

Year : 2024 | Volume :14 | Issue : 01 | Page : –
By

B.Maneesha,

  1. Student Electronics & Communication Engineering, Indira Institute of Technology & Sciences Andhra Pradesh India

Abstract

Wearable devices incorporating nanostructured biosensors have emerged as a revolutionary technology, enabling real-time monitoring of various physiological parameters and biomarkers. These devices leverage the unique properties of nanostructured materials, such as high surface-to-volume ratio, enhanced sensitivity, and improved electrical and optical characteristics, to achieve exceptional performance in terms of sensitivity, selectivity, and response time. This chapter explores the recent advancements in wearable devices with nanostructured biosensors, highlighting their applications in continuous glucose monitoring, cardiovascular monitoring, sweat analysis, wound monitoring, and environmental exposure monitoring. Additionally, it discusses the challenges and strategies for developing user-friendly interfaces and real-time monitoring systems, including ergonomic design, power management, data security and privacy, integration with healthcare systems, real-time data analysis, and user education and support. The chapter also presents experimental results demonstrating the superior performance of wearable devices with nanostructured biosensors compared to traditional sensors.

Keywords: Wearable devices, nanostructured biosensors, real-time monitoring, user interfaces, continuous glucose monitoring, cardiovascular monitoring, sweat analysis, wound monitoring, environmental exposure monitoring

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Volume 14
Issue 01
Received May 27, 2024
Accepted May 31, 2024
Published June 13, 2024