Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks, International Workshop on (2009)
June 3, 2009 to June 5, 2009
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/BSN.2009.58
We developed and tested the Berkeley Tricorder, a health monitoring device capable of measuring a subject's ECG, EMG, Blood Oxygenation, Respiration (via Bioimpedance), and motion--almost equivalent to the feature set of a hospital bedside patient monitor. Our focus has been a highly integrated design incorporating the radio and all associated circuitry on a single PCB. The device stores data locally on microSD flash and/or transmits via Bluetooth. We will also discuss a strap we have developed which utilizes reusable electrodes for data acquisition as well as a desktop and mobile application for real-time data telemetry. We have evaluated the efficacy of the device in recording ambulatory data from 24 subjects and found the data acquisition relatively free of motion artifacts.
Telemedicince, Health Monitoring, Diagnostics, Ambulatory, Bluetooth, MSP430, BioImpedance, Pulse Oximetry, ECG, EMG, Motion, microSD
R. Naima and J. Canny, "The Berkeley Tricorder: Ambulatory Health Monitoring," 2009 Sixth International Workshop on Wearable & Implantable Body Sensor Networks Conference (BSN 2009)(BSN), Berkeley, CA, 2009, pp. 53-58.