A novel micro-controller based data acquisition system for heart monitoring

Dimitrios Tseles, Dimitrios Piromalis, Aliki Dagli- Kapoutsi, Eva Tsele, Chrysoula Dafogianni, Agellos Charitopoulos, Eleni Chatzihristou2

Abstract


A novel micro-controller based data acquisition system consisted of a data acquisition board and a web server board is implemented in order to monitor heart activity and evaluation of acquired ECG data. The system may be located on clothes so forming a wearable instrument for health monitoring of patients or other categories of people.  


Keywords


Data acquisition systems, ECG, wearable instruments

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