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MICROELECTRONIC PILL

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by Indu Priya Panchineni on 30 August 2013

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Transcript of MICROELECTRONIC PILL

MICROELECTRONIC PILL
-Panchineni Indu Priya
100921061

INDEX
Introduction
Basic Block Diagram
Basic Components of Microelectronic Pill
Range and Accuracy
Advantages
Disadvantages
Other Applications
Conclusions
References
1.INTRODUCTION
Use of large components, poor reliability, short lifetimes and low sensitivity make the previous equipment outdated.
Professor Jon Cooper and Dr Erik Johanssen from Glasglow University led to the development of this pill.
It is similar looking like a normal capsule and is 16mm in diameter,55mm long weighing 5grams.
When the pill is swallowed, it travels through the Gastro Intestinal Tract and simultaneously performs in situ physiological analysis.
After completing its analysis, it comes out of the body by natural bowel movement.
It records parameters like temperature, pH, conductivity.[1]
Fig 1 Microelectronic Pill[2]
2.BASIC BLOCK DIAGRAM

Fig 2. Basic Block Diagram[3]
3. BASIC COMPONENTS OF A MICROELECTRONIC PILL
Fig 3. Basic components of a microelectronic pill [4]
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