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Engineering a Solution to a Skin-Deep Problem of Blood Oxygen Measurements

October 11, 2022

Blood oxygen monitoring is one of the main methods to determine if COVID-19 patients need immediate medical attention, but the devices used for these measurements can be less accurate on darker skin tones. UC San Diego nanoengineers are engineering a solution to improve accuracy on all skin tones.

A Smartphone’s Camera and Flash Could Help People Measure Blood Oxygen Levels at Home

September 19, 2022

Monitoring the amount of oxygen in your blood could one day be done using your smartphone, shows a study by the University of California San Diego and University of Washington. This could help patients keep an eye on conditions that make it harder to absorb oxygen, such as asthma and…

Can Current Smartphone Technology Tell You When a Pandemic Might Come Calling?

February 9, 2021

UC San Diego researchers find that an optical tool already embedded in many smartphones can accurately diagnose blood-oxygen levels and help monitor respiratory disease in patients, particularly when they are quarantined at home.

UC San Diego Receives $7.35 Million in Federal Community Project Funding

March 17, 2022

…that include Bluetooth-connected thermometers, pulse oximeters, blood pressure cuffs, smart watches and scales and Oura Rings, which take real-time measurements of heart rate, temperature and physical activity. Success and monitoring of the efforts will occur through the UC San Diego Health Center for Health Innovation. Mobile LiDAR System - $800,000…

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