alexa Microcontroller Based Heart Rate Monitor
Biomedical Sciences

Biomedical Sciences

Journal of Biomedical Systems & Emerging Technologies

Author(s): Fezari M, BousbiaSalah M, Bedda M

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This paper describes the development of a heart rate monitor system based on a microcontroller. It offers the advantage of portability over tape-based recording systems. The paper explains how a single-chip microcontroller can be used to analyse heart beat rate signals in real-time. In addition, it allows doctors to get the heart beat rate file of the patient by e- mail every twenty four hours. It can also be used to control patients or athletic person over a long period. The system reads, stores and analyses the heart beat rate signals repetitively in real-time. The hardware and software design are oriented towards a single-chip microcontroller-based system, hence minimizing the size. The important feature of this paper is the use of zero crossing algorithm to compute heart rate. It then processes on real-time the information to determine some heart diseases.

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This article was published in Int Arab J Inf Technol and referenced in Journal of Biomedical Systems & Emerging Technologies

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