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Multiphysics Modeling of a Wearable Sensor for Sweat Rate Measurements
2020 IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for Industry 4.0 & IoT
Innovative wearable devices are allowing the noninvasive and remote collection of physiological signals from the human body. Sweat analysis has gained remarkable interest for the non-invasive determination of electrolytes and metabolites, particularly in athletes. Monitoring of sweat rate is of interest to support measurements concerning sweat composition and to assess the overall water loss due to physical activity. The final aim is to prevent dehydration and keep an optimal balance ofdoi:10.1109/metroind4.0iot48571.2020.9138185 dblp:conf/metroi/PradaVBLFF20 fatcat:xcabsvrcjvekrmc5uxny3e6zze