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Design of a Wireless Biosignal Monitor Presented by: Hala Mostafa Tee Pamon Matthew Mancuso Bridget Matikainen & Simon Rubinsky Biomedical Engineering.

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1 Design of a Wireless Biosignal Monitor Presented by: Hala Mostafa Tee Pamon Matthew Mancuso Bridget Matikainen & Simon Rubinsky Biomedical Engineering Senior Design Professor Helmut Strey April 29, 2009 Image taken from

2 Space in the Market Hospitals –Greater patient mobility –Inexpensive implementation Other Nursing HomesHome Care Research 1.Image taken from 2.Image taken from 3.Image taken from 4.Image taken from

3 Design Requirements

4 ! X X SMS Text Alert System

5 Evolution of the Wireless Biosignal Monitor Amplifier Breadboard (NI Elvis Board) Circuit board Printed Circuit Board electricity-magnetism/electronics/printed-circuit-board.jpg zone.ni.com/cms/images/devzone/tut/ JPG

6 Wireless Technology SYNAPSE Wireless Advantages Inexpensive Easily encrypted (Security) Low power Range up to 1000ft indoors Establishes Mesh network SNAP stick SNAP Node ProtoBoard Mesh Network All images taken from

7 ECG Signal Bioelectric signal Displays the voltage difference Einthovens Triangle Image taken and modified from

8 SMS Messaging for Emergency Response ECG signal aquisition Normal ECG? Data to EMR SMS Text Alert NO

9 Future Improvements Incorporation of RFID technology to quickly identify which patients are using which devices Multiple Signal Channels

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13 References 1. Hu F, Calentano L, Xiao Y Error-resistant RFID-assisted wireless sensor network for cardiac telehealthcare. Wirel. Commun. Mob. Comput. 9: /PDFSTART. 2. Online digital filter and QRS detector applicable in low resource ECG monitoringsystems. Tabakov, Serafim; Iliev, Ivo; Krasteva, Vessela. Annals of BiomedicalEngineering ( )November, Vol.36,Iss.11;p Crumley, Glen C., Noel E. Evans, and William G. Scanlon. "The Design and Performance of a 2.5-GHz Telecommand Link for Wireless Biomedical Monitoring. IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine 4 (2000): SYNAPSE RF Engine IEEE RF Modules. Accessed December 19,http://www.synapsewireless SYNAPSE Evaluation Kit EK2100. Accessed December 19, 2008.http://www.synapsewireless


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