Our project focuses on changing the way doctors and surgeons monitor possible tissue rejection on a transplanted organ. We intend on creating a Bluetooth capable device that will observe the impedance measurements of the organ to check if there are any deviations in tissue development. This will be the first time that anyone has ever attempted to wirelessly detect problems after surgery, and this innovation can potentially save the lives of organ recipients. The success of this device can lead the way for further advancements in internal body detection, and this means that engineers can continue to create products that can help patients in need.
Contactless Sensing for Transplant Rejection
Advisor: Hao Jiang
Author: Monique Avila