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The human body is the structure of a human being. It is composed of many different types of cells that together create tissues and subsequently organ systems. They ensure homeostasis and the viability of the human body.

Cross monitoring method and system based on voiceprint recognition and location tracking

InactiveCN101673544AEnabling Contactless Biometric IdentificationOvercoming \"Only Knowing Things\"Special service for subscribersPosition fixationHuman bodyLocation tracking
The invention discloses a cross monitoring method and a system based on voiceprint recognition and location tracking, belonging to the field of monitoring systems. The invention collects personal information and voice samples of a monitored target and constructs a vocalprint model thereof, and a wireless location communication terminal collects the location information thereof and the vocalprint information which are compared with filed information in the database; then, the human body movement track reflecting the monitored target and the complete report of a practical violation condition areoutput for management personnel to inspect and evaluate the performance of the monitored target; the management personnel can require and evaluate a statistical analysis report concerning the monitored target activity performance timelessly to observe the movement track and the state thereof or adjust the monitoring scheme thereof according to the performance. The invention realizes the remote location tracing of the monitored target, realizes non-contact biological identity recognition of the monitored target and satisfies the requirement of remote and non-contact monitoring of the monitoredtarget. The invention can be widely applied to the non-contact electronic monitoring and identity recognition field.
Owner:上海电虹软件有限公司 +1

Implantable therapy delivery element adjustable anchor

An implantable therapy delivery system has a therapy delivery element that is inserted or implanted into a human body and anchored or fixed to tissue to delivery a therapy to a patient. In one embodiment an implantable neurostimulator uses an electrical stimulation lead to delivery a therapy such as sacral nerve stimulation, peripheral nerve stimulation, and the like. In another embodiment the implantable therapeutic substance delivery device, also known as a drug pump, is connected to a catheter to deliver a therapy to treat conditions such as spasticity, cancer, pain, and the like. The therapy delivery element is anchored to tissue using an adjustable anchor having a therapy grip element, at least two extension elements connected to the therapy grip element, and a tissue fixation element connected to the extension elements. The extensions project substantially perpendicular in relation to the therapy delivery element and are configured to actuate the therapy grip element to an opened position and a closed position. A tissue fixation element is connected to the extensions and configured for fixation to a tissue location from an axial direction to the therapy delivery element. The adjustable anchor facilitates minimally invasive procedures, facilitates securing the therapy delivery element in the same plane as the therapy delivery element was inserted, facilitates rapid placement to reduce procedure time, and provides a wide range of other benefits. The adjustable anchor and its methods of operation have many embodiments.

Physical education assisting system and method based on human body posture recognition

The invention discloses a physical education assisting system and method based on human body posture recognition. The system comprises a depth shooting device, a standard action storage unit, a display terminal, an action comparison unit and a prompting device, wherein the depth shooting device is used for obtaining user action depth image sequences comprising movement action of a user following the demonstration action; the standard action storage unit is used for storing a standard action model and standard action demonstration image sequences corresponding to the standard action model; the display terminal is used for displaying the standard action demonstration image sequences for the user; the action comparison unit is used for comparing the user action depth image sequence at a scheduled time point or time period with the standard action model at the corresponding time point or the time period, and obtaining the difference between the user action and the standard action model; the prompting device is used for outputting action evaluation information or action correction prompting information to a display device according to the difference. According to the physical education assisting system and method, the user does not need to wear a special recognition device, the manufacturing cost of the system is lowered, and the user experience is improved.

Method and apparatus for noninvasively monitoring parameters of a region of interest in a human body

A method and system are presented for use in noninvasive monitoring at least one parameter of a region of interest in a human body. The system comprises a measurement unit and a control unit. The measurement unit comprises an optical unit having an illumination assembly configured to define at least one output port for illuminating light, and a light detection assembly configured to define at least one light input port for collecting light and to generate measured data indicative of the collected light; and an acoustic unit configured to generate acoustic waves of a predetermined ultrasound frequency range. The measurement unit is configured and operable to provide an operating condition such that the acoustic waves of the predetermined frequency range overlap with an illuminating region within the region of interest and substantially do not overlap with a region outside the region of interest, and that the detection assembly collects light scattered from the region of interest and light scattered from the region outside the region of interest. The measured data is thus indicative of scattered light having both ultrasound tagged and untagged light portions, thereby enabling to distinguish between light responses of the region of interest and the region outside the region of interest. The control unit is connectable to the optical unit and to the acoustic unit to operate these units, and is responsive to the measured data and preprogrammed to process and analyze the measured data to extract therefrom data indicative of a light response of the region of interest and determine the at least one desired parameter.
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