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Newer and newer sensors and systems are being developed, day by day, for various engineering, scientific and biomedical applications. However, more sensors and devices are still required to be developed further for reliable diagnosis of a particular disease/abnormality and for its therapeutic treatment well in time. In the present work, advanced acoustic nano-sensors for diagnostic imaging, point-of-care-devices and nao-instrumentation systems for therapeutic treatment of different types of abnormalities and diseases are discussed for health care applications. Main emphasis is placed on the development of bio-chip based sensors and other biologically inspired piezo-systems. Design and fabrication aspects of these devices are described in detail. These diagnostic sensors and therapeutic instrumentation systems developed here have direct applications in ubiquitous health care, particularly in monitoring and control of health of old age patients living in isolated/hilly areas. WSN (Wireless Sensor Networking) technology is used as an integral part of the u-health care systems. The case study of nano-cancer technology is presented here as a practical clinical example of the present research. This research would contribute to scientific advancement of biomedical acoustics field for better health care, at low cost, in an effective and reliable manner.
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