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Blood Glucose Detection Using GSR Sensor

Borhannodin, Nurul Nadiah (2016) Blood Glucose Detection Using GSR Sensor. Project Report. UTeM, Melaka, Malaysia. (Submitted)

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The galvanic skin response (GSR) is the skin conductance, which influenced by a variety of factor, though the most important to be moisture. A low-level electric voltage will apply to the skin and the skin’s conduction is measured. Skin conductance is considered to be a function of the sweat gland activity and the skin’s pore size. The project is developed based on the polygraph test where the small amount of sweat released will make the GSR sensor reactive due to the change in conductance. The purpose of this project is to detect the blood glucose by using the GSR sensor and to establish a correlation between GSR and the blood glucose level. This project was divided into two parts, which are the hardware implementation and software implementation. For the hardware implementation, it is between the GSR sensor and human skin conductance which to detect the glucose level which contains in sweats. While for software implementation, the Arduino program is developed to collect and save the user data. Based on the analysis of data and the linear value, it can conclude that there is a correlation between the skin response and blood glucose level. The correlation between blood glucose and GSR is R2= 0.7342. This linear equation can be used to predict the value of blood glucose based on the GSR voltage value which had been measured.

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Galvanic skin response -- Measurement, Blood -- Analysis
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
Divisions: Library > Projek Sarjana Muda > FKEKK
Depositing User: Muhammad Afiz Ahmad
Date Deposited: 31 Mar 2017 01:35
Last Modified: 31 Mar 2017 01:35

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