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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Angelina Arkhipova
Personal Device for Monitoring the Physiological Parameters of Newborns Health
10
2018
This final qualifying work describes the process of developing a personal device to monitoring the physiological parameters of newborns health. The peculiarity of the electronic device is the use of a non-invasive method based on the analysis of the amount of light absorbed by the tissue with the pulsation of blood. Existing developments, like their components, are produced abroad, so devices have a high market value and, as a consequence, are not available to the majority of the population. Availability of such products in free access is relevant for young parents, since the development this system will simplify the care of the child. In addition, the innovative device will easily find its application in medicine, especially in the early days of human life, when it is required to implement continuous monitoring of the physiological parameters of children. As a result of the work carried out, a prototype of a measuring device was developed using the intelligent platform Arduino Uno R3 and wireless data transmission.

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