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A non-invasive technique to detect thyroid using IoT

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This system presents a thyroid monitoring sensor for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The proposed architecture is energy-efficient and user-friendly. Thyroid monitoring can be done either by monitoring the basal body conductance or through blood samples. In this work, basal body conductance is the quantity sensed for thyroid monitoring. The conductance acquisition is performed by an electrode along with an amplifier and a Node MCU. The designed module implements the conductance acquisition module along with the calibration method to dynamically optimize the sensor design. The sensor should be non-intrusive to avoid possible disturbs and also because the person who wears it could feel uncomfortable. Furthermore, the system acquisition should be designed with wireless technology. Finally, the sampling rate of the acquisition and the material of the sensor have to be revised. A large majority of sensors provide signals with artifacts and out layers that make difficult information extraction.


N. Saravanan, G.Sudha, S.Selvarasu, R. Hariprakash, A.Ajaykumar, V. Surjith A NON-INVASIVE TECHNIQUE TO DETECT THYROID USING IoT. Cardiometry; No.26 February 2023; p.-; DOI: .; Available from:


Internet of Things (IoT),  non–intrusive,  sensors
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