Our device is for primary care physicians as well as at home patients to treat Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo with ease.
Project tutorial by Purdue MIND
Project tutorial by Team Purdue MIND
Hook up your Arduino to take a look at your ECG, respiration and heart rate using TI's amazing ADS1292R chip.
Project tutorial by ProtoCentral
Shows you how you can connect ProtoCentral's MAX30100 breakout board to an Arduino for PulseOx and heart rate measurement and visualization.
Project tutorial by Protocentral
In this project we show how we made a single-lead ECG monitor for heart-rate variability using the MAX30003 and an Arduino Uno.
Project showcase by Team ProtoCentral
Design and build a portable biomedical monitor that allows obtaining a diagnosis in real-time and capable of determining possible diseases.
Project tutorial by Gabriel Alejandro Giraldo Santiago
MAX86150 puts ECG and SPO2 on a single chip, opening new opportunities for calculation of pulse transit time and indirect blood pressure.
by Team Protocentral
A step by step tutorial that will guide you throught the complete development process. It also includes prototype testing. A success!
Project tutorial by Luís Rita
We interface one of our most popular Arduino shields, the ADS1292R ECG/Respiration shield, to ProtoCentral's new ESP32 platform.
We initially made HealthyPi as HAT add-on board for Raspberry Pi. Now you can run the application on any desktop PC with a USB port.
Low cost and noninvasive medical patch that continuously monitors temperature and sends alerts to phone when temperature reaches set limit.
Project in progress by ASU Medical Wearable Team
This Amazon Alexa skill enables you to control (not just switching on/off) all your IR devices like TV, AC, set-top box, music systems, etc.
Project tutorial by Madhur Gupta
Check out this project for monitoring the ECG using an Arduino.
People are always going to age but technology will always be advancing so lets use the advancing technology to fight against aging bodies!
Project tutorial by Austin Detzel
This project throws light on how the the pulse oximeter functions with the Arduino
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