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Articles by J. Sundararajan
Total Records ( 4 ) for J. Sundararajan
  J. Sundararajan , V. Palanisamy and Mandyam Sandeep
  In this study, we present a novel framework for blood glucose level measurement using a combination of the HbA1c test and the stable, accurate Photo Acoustic methods to get an absolutely consistent and precise, non-invasive technique. The setup uses a pulsed laser diode as a source rather than the typical Nd: YAG laser, since it gives a possibility for variable input wavelength pulses. The detector has a double ring sensor as the main module. It is based on the piezoelectric detection. The two ring sensor is used since it has a small opening angle. The detector setup used in this application consists of a ring detector that includes two double ring sensors that are attached to the ring shaped module that can be worn around the finger. The major aim is to detect the photo acoustic signals from the glycated hemoglobin with the least possible error. The proposed monitoring system is designed with extreme consideration to the precision and the compatibility with the other computing devices. The results obtained in this research have been studied and analyzed by comparing these with the results with the in vitro techniques like the HPLC. The comparison between the two results has been plotted and it shows a least error. The results also show a positive drive for using this concept as a basis for future extension in quantifying the other blood components.
  R. Arangasamy , J. Sundararajan , Ila Vennila and G. Shankar
  Unstable nature in blood sugar of diabetic patients influences more innovative techniques to come for regular usage. Researcher proposes a new approach to control the glucose level of diabetic patients using various biological metrics of the patients. The proposed system is a fuzzy one which uses various rule sets to control the glucose level. Researcher uses the following biological metrics like body temperature, pressure, glucose, red blood cell count, white blood cell count and plasma cells. All the biological features are monitored periodically based on which the proposed system comes to a decision of injecting insulin and rate of medicine. Researcher used various control circuits and regulators and monitors to track the biological features dynamically. The proposed systems have more impact on society for the better control of diabetics.
  R. Arangasamy , J. Sundararajan , G. Shankar and G. Hariharan
  The main aim of this study is to inject insulin for type 1 diabetes using pumping of insulin. The blood glucose level has to be monitored with the help of glucose tolerance test. For efficient method to control type 1 diabetes researcher will use embedded linear parameter varying methodology controller. In this study, there are three things researchers need to focus. The first is the sensor values read from the sensors has to be monitored and the second is the lab information (patient’s basic level of tests). Depending on the patients test details, the insulin has to be injected. For example, if the person sensor value is greater than the reference limit then he has to be provided with insulin for a longer period. So, the comparison of lab details with the patients current sensor values play a vital role in determining the insulin level for a patient. Finally, the feedback has to be obtained with the help of those comparisons and it has to be sent once again as a loop to the controller for later comparison and also for database information. Here, the controller is the key element for updating all the information about the patient and it will control all the parameters of the board. Here, researchers will use EEPROM for saving all the data on a location basis. It is capable of holding 256 bytes at a time and each location can store one byte information at a time.
  R. Arangasamy , J. Sundararajan , Ila Vennila and G. Shankar
  The main objective of this study is to inject insulin for type 1 diabetes patient by pumping the insulin. The blood glucose level has to be monitored with the help of glucose tolerance test. For efficient method to control type 1 diabetes, we will use embedded linear parameter varying methodology controller. In this study, there are three steps, researchers need to focus. First is the sensor values read from the sensors has to be monitored, second is the lab information (patient’s basic level of tests). Third the feedback after the compensation of the first and second steps. Depending on the patients test details the insulin has to be injected. For example, if the person sensor value is greater than the reference limit then he has to be provided with insulin for a longer period. So, the comparison of lab details with the patients current sensor values play a vital role in determining the insulin level for a patient. Finally, the feedback has to be obtained with the help of those comparisons and it has to be sent once again as a loop to the controller for later comparison and also for database information. Here, the controller is the key element for updating all the information about the patient and it will control all the parameters of the board. Here, researcherss are using EEPROM to save all the data on location basis. It is capable of holding 256 bytes at a time and each location can store one byte information at a time.
 
 
 
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