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    nuclearrambo got a reaction from bluehash in Health monitoring system [work in progress]   
    I will take a look into it. Its going to be trial and error I guess. Long way to go. 
     
     
    thanks. All the filtering is done on the circuit. No digital processing done here. 
    I am thinking of getting hands on ADS1298 AFE chip for 12 lead. But thats not anytime soon. 
    My focus is more on pulse oximeter now. Its been a huge challenge and I still havent got it right. 
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    nuclearrambo got a reaction from spirilis in Health monitoring system [work in progress]   
    I had been working on a compact health monitoring system which would have ECG, body temperature sensor, glucometer, and a pulse oximeter all put on one single PCB.
    So far I was successfully able to have ECG, temperature and the glucometer working.
     
    Having this was not sufficient, I wanted to send all this data onto an android phone. For this I used HC-06 bluetooth module and had an android app running on the phone to collect and display the data on to its screen. 
    I made use of Amarino's library for communication between Arduino and Android. It was pretty easy to port Amarino from Android to Stellaris and it worked very well! 
     
    I used Stellaris Launchpad in my project considering that I would be implementing signal processing in future and also it is quite inexpensive
     

    This is my entire unit fit in one box. I plan to having the processor on the same board and eliminating the use of bulky launchpad. Can anyone tell me how I could do that? I have never done such a thing before. 
     

    Just showing off some photographs
     

    The step up converter that I used to power up all the circuits in that box. Takes 3.5 to 4V from Li-ion battery (NOKIA) and converts it to 5.1V. Pretty cheap module I found on some chinese website. 
     

    This is my android app showing my ECG. I can enter my name in the text box and upload the ECG onto the online website. 
    Note: I used Amarino's example SensorGraph and modified it to add the uploading functionality. 
    You can view the database here : http://projectarogya.com/arogya/patients.php
     

    This is how my ECG looks online. The php script also does the task of calculating heart rate and putting a time stamp at the time of upload. 
     
    I am using a simple LM35 temperature sensor. I had to build seperate app for temparature and glucometer.
     

    Note: I used Multicolorlamp app from Amarino's website and modified it. Now it is so much modified that its like a completely new app except that the name is still unchanged
     
    I have also uploaded a more detailed blog post on http://nuclearrambo.com/wordpress/android-based-wireless-ecg-monitoring-temperature-sensor-glucometer-included/
     
    Because of some problem with ground, I am not able to get a clean output. It fluctuates a lot and hence does not give correct glucose readings. 
    I will add in the explanation about how glucometer works if you people want to hear about it. 
     
    PS: I had only been reading on this forum. This is my first post here and I thought I would share my project with you all. 
    I am also hoping to produce and sell it once its complete. If anyone's interested in lending a helping hand with design and stuff are totally welcome
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    nuclearrambo got a reaction from bluehash in Health monitoring system [work in progress]   
    I had been working on a compact health monitoring system which would have ECG, body temperature sensor, glucometer, and a pulse oximeter all put on one single PCB.
    So far I was successfully able to have ECG, temperature and the glucometer working.
     
    Having this was not sufficient, I wanted to send all this data onto an android phone. For this I used HC-06 bluetooth module and had an android app running on the phone to collect and display the data on to its screen. 
    I made use of Amarino's library for communication between Arduino and Android. It was pretty easy to port Amarino from Android to Stellaris and it worked very well! 
     
    I used Stellaris Launchpad in my project considering that I would be implementing signal processing in future and also it is quite inexpensive
     

    This is my entire unit fit in one box. I plan to having the processor on the same board and eliminating the use of bulky launchpad. Can anyone tell me how I could do that? I have never done such a thing before. 
     

    Just showing off some photographs
     

    The step up converter that I used to power up all the circuits in that box. Takes 3.5 to 4V from Li-ion battery (NOKIA) and converts it to 5.1V. Pretty cheap module I found on some chinese website. 
     

    This is my android app showing my ECG. I can enter my name in the text box and upload the ECG onto the online website. 
    Note: I used Amarino's example SensorGraph and modified it to add the uploading functionality. 
    You can view the database here : http://projectarogya.com/arogya/patients.php
     

    This is how my ECG looks online. The php script also does the task of calculating heart rate and putting a time stamp at the time of upload. 
     
    I am using a simple LM35 temperature sensor. I had to build seperate app for temparature and glucometer.
     

    Note: I used Multicolorlamp app from Amarino's website and modified it. Now it is so much modified that its like a completely new app except that the name is still unchanged
     
    I have also uploaded a more detailed blog post on http://nuclearrambo.com/wordpress/android-based-wireless-ecg-monitoring-temperature-sensor-glucometer-included/
     
    Because of some problem with ground, I am not able to get a clean output. It fluctuates a lot and hence does not give correct glucose readings. 
    I will add in the explanation about how glucometer works if you people want to hear about it. 
     
    PS: I had only been reading on this forum. This is my first post here and I thought I would share my project with you all. 
    I am also hoping to produce and sell it once its complete. If anyone's interested in lending a helping hand with design and stuff are totally welcome
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    nuclearrambo got a reaction from OppaErich in Health monitoring system [work in progress]   
    I had been working on a compact health monitoring system which would have ECG, body temperature sensor, glucometer, and a pulse oximeter all put on one single PCB.
    So far I was successfully able to have ECG, temperature and the glucometer working.
     
    Having this was not sufficient, I wanted to send all this data onto an android phone. For this I used HC-06 bluetooth module and had an android app running on the phone to collect and display the data on to its screen. 
    I made use of Amarino's library for communication between Arduino and Android. It was pretty easy to port Amarino from Android to Stellaris and it worked very well! 
     
    I used Stellaris Launchpad in my project considering that I would be implementing signal processing in future and also it is quite inexpensive
     

    This is my entire unit fit in one box. I plan to having the processor on the same board and eliminating the use of bulky launchpad. Can anyone tell me how I could do that? I have never done such a thing before. 
     

    Just showing off some photographs
     

    The step up converter that I used to power up all the circuits in that box. Takes 3.5 to 4V from Li-ion battery (NOKIA) and converts it to 5.1V. Pretty cheap module I found on some chinese website. 
     

    This is my android app showing my ECG. I can enter my name in the text box and upload the ECG onto the online website. 
    Note: I used Amarino's example SensorGraph and modified it to add the uploading functionality. 
    You can view the database here : http://projectarogya.com/arogya/patients.php
     

    This is how my ECG looks online. The php script also does the task of calculating heart rate and putting a time stamp at the time of upload. 
     
    I am using a simple LM35 temperature sensor. I had to build seperate app for temparature and glucometer.
     

    Note: I used Multicolorlamp app from Amarino's website and modified it. Now it is so much modified that its like a completely new app except that the name is still unchanged
     
    I have also uploaded a more detailed blog post on http://nuclearrambo.com/wordpress/android-based-wireless-ecg-monitoring-temperature-sensor-glucometer-included/
     
    Because of some problem with ground, I am not able to get a clean output. It fluctuates a lot and hence does not give correct glucose readings. 
    I will add in the explanation about how glucometer works if you people want to hear about it. 
     
    PS: I had only been reading on this forum. This is my first post here and I thought I would share my project with you all. 
    I am also hoping to produce and sell it once its complete. If anyone's interested in lending a helping hand with design and stuff are totally welcome
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