A Review on Recent Advancements of Biomedical Radar for Clinical Applications


The field of biomedical radar has witnessed significant advancements in recent years, paving the way for innovative and transformative applications in clinical settings. Most medical instruments invented to measure human activities rely on contact electrodes, causing discomfort. Thanks to its non-invasive nature, biomedical radar is particularly valuable for clinical applications. A significant portion of the review discusses improvements in radar hardware, with a focus on miniaturization, increased resolution, and enhanced sensitivity. Then, this paper also delves into the signal processing and machine learning techniques tailored for radar data. This review will explore the recent breakthroughs and applications of biomedical radar technology, shedding light on its transformative potential in shaping the future of clinical diagnostics, patient and elderly care, and healthcare innovation.


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biomedical radar, cardiopulmonary activity, clinical application, displacement detection, medical internet of things


Dong, S., Wen, L., Ye, Y., Zhang, Z., Wang, Y., Liu, Z., Cao, Q., Xu, Y., Li, C., & Gu, C.. 2024. A Review on Recent Advancements of Biomedical Radar for Clinical Applications. IEEE Open Journal of Engineering in Medicine and Biology. https://doi.org/10.1109/OJEMB.2024.3401105