Results for "Breath sensor"

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Prof. Christine Phillips  [anudc:6149]
Christine is a general practitioner and health services researcher with interest and expertise in the health and health care of marginalised persons and populations, and quality in health care.

Dr. Jane Desborough  [anudc:6141]
Jane Desborough (DAppScNursing; GDipMid; MPH, PhD) is a Senior Research Fellow at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University. Jane is a mixed methods reA...

Dr. Eleni Daskalaki  [anudc:6145]
Dr Eleni Daskalaki received her 5-year Dipl-Ing in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece in 2009 and her PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the UA...

Dr. Anne Parkinson  [anudc:6143]
Dr Anne Parkinson is a sociologist and has worked at ANU since mid-2012, first with the Australian Primary Health Care Institute (APHCRI) until its closure in 2015 and later with the Department of HeaA...

Prof. Antonio Tricoli  [anudc:6146]
His current research interests are the synthesis of novel nanostructures for energy production and storage, non-invasive medical diagnostics and functional coatings, and the engineering of novel dry pA...

Dr. Krishnan Murugappan  [anudc:6144]
Krishnan Murugappan (Krish) is a Research Fellow in the School of Engineering and Computer Science working on the Grand Challenge: Our Health in Our Hands (OHIOH): Future Personalised Medical TechnoloA...

Dr. Nicola Brew-Sam  [anudc:6142]
Research Fellow

Prof. Christopher Nolan  [anudc:6148]
Prof Christopher (Chris) Nolan is a clinician/scientist/teacher/policy advisor in diabetes.

A/Prof. Hanna Suominen  [anudc:6147]
A/Prof Hanna Suominen — an Associate Professor of Computer Science (CS) in the Australian National University (ANU) — is at the forefront of accelerating health impact from precision medicine technoloA...

A User Preference Analysis Of Commercial Breath Ketone Sensors to Inform the Development of Portable Breath Ketone Sensors for Diabetes Management in Young People  [anudc:6140]
Portable breath ketone sensors may help people with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) avoid episodes of diabetic ketoacidosis; however, the design features preferred by users have not been studied. We aA...

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