Tracking blood vessels in human forearms using visual servoing

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Resumé

Drawing an average of more than 2 blood sample per Danish citizen per year increases the demand for an automatic blood sampling method. This paper presents a proof of concept to one of the main challenges in making a fully automated blood sampling procedure, namely: the patient movement compensation. By using images taken with near-infrared light to locate the blood vessels in a human forearm and using the same images to detects movements of the arm, this paper shows that it is possible make a robot arm, potentially equipped with a needle for drawing the blood, compensate for the movements of the patient in real time.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2010
Antal sider7
StatusUdgivet - 2010
BegivenhedISR-Robotik 2010 - Munich, Tyskland
Varighed: 7. jun. 20109. jun. 2010
Konferencens nummer: 41

Konference

KonferenceISR-Robotik 2010
Nummer41
LandTyskland
ByMunich
Periode07/06/201009/06/2010

Fingeraftryk

Visual servoing
Blood vessels
Blood
Sampling
Needles
Robots
Infrared radiation

Bibliografisk note

Værtspublikationsredaktører: Rolf Dieter Schraft
Sider: 1

Emneord

  • Visual servoing
  • Robot
  • Blodprøve
  • Blodårer
  • Nærinfrarødt lys

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Savarimuthu, TR, Ellekilde, L-P & Hansen, M 2010, 'Tracking blood vessels in human forearms using visual servoing', Paper fremlagt ved ISR-Robotik 2010, Munich, Tyskland, 07/06/2010 - 09/06/2010.

Tracking blood vessels in human forearms using visual servoing. / Savarimuthu, Thiusius Rajeeth; Ellekilde, Lars-Peter; Hansen, Morten.

2010. Paper præsenteret på ISR-Robotik 2010, Munich, Tyskland.

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPaperForskningpeer review

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Savarimuthu TR, Ellekilde L-P, Hansen M. Tracking blood vessels in human forearms using visual servoing. 2010. Paper præsenteret på ISR-Robotik 2010, Munich, Tyskland.