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DrFPGA
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re: Streamlining the design of portable medical electronics
DrFPGA   2/28/2011 10:03:44 PM
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This is a good survey article with lots of high-level details. Look at some of the MCU guys websites for more detailed applications- even with code!

agk
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re: Streamlining the design of portable medical electronics
agk   2/28/2011 3:50:53 PM
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In a nut shell Cypress engineer's said about a home based basic patient monitoring system could be usefull to critically unstable healthy people. It is sure that Cypress PSoC's can be used efficienty in these applications.More information on these applications are available at Cypress website.

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re: Streamlining the design of portable medical electronics
prabhakar_deosthali   2/28/2011 12:07:47 PM
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Such medical devices will be more appropriate for the developing world countries where the pathological laboratories are not too many and the cost of pathological analysis is very high. With affordable portable devices the people can do the routine health parameter checks on their own at much lower cost .

Kinnar
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re: Streamlining the design of portable medical electronics
Kinnar   2/28/2011 10:17:36 AM
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It is really really very much required to have some iPhone kind of versatile device and platform for portable medical devices where functions of many devices can merged into one device and that too that device will be affordable upto an extent that it can be sold in every corner of the world, improving the local medical needs.



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