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A Common Personal Health Research Platform—SHIMMER and BioMOBIUS (Part 2 of 3)

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DrFPGA   9/24/2010 6:01:37 PM
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This is an impressive system. Look over the example designs in section 2- the ECG one in particular shows off the capabilities of the environment quite well. If you are doing any medical related projects this is well worth the read.

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agk   9/27/2010 8:54:13 AM
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Human body so much sophisticated and the sensors,radios,procesing systems said above 2 parts are just a beginning to analyze the functioning of few organs and in terms part of our health.Hope this will develop soon to fullfill our need to maitain us in a healthy state.

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