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Design and construction of a semi-quantitative estimator for red blood cells in blood as support the health sector

This paper shows the steps involved in the creation of a device capable of giving an approximate amount of red cells in blood, without the need of laboratory analysis tests. This device relies on the use of photo sensitive sensors such as a phototransistor and a red LED. As the intensity of the light varies, so does the amount of current flowing through the sensor. In consequence, this variation in electric current will cause a variation on the voltage drop across the connections of a resistor. Subsequently, this voltage drop will be read by a microcontroller that will calculate an approximate number for the amount of red cells. To achieved this some formulas were established that represent the relationship among the extreme points of a data group obtained during a sampling process in patients requiring hematic biometry studies

Yadira Quiñonez
Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa
Mexico

Said Almeraya
Instituto Tecnológico de Mazatlán
Mexico

Selin Almeraya
Instituto Tecnológico de Mazatlán
Mexico

Jorge Reyna
Instituto Tecnológico de Mazatlán
Mexico

Jezreel Mejía
Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas
Mexico

 


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