Cardiovascular diagnosis in rural area http://gyti.techpedia.in/files/GYTI-BOOK-color.pdf
Public Health Centres in developing countries generally lack medical expertise and access to diagnostic devices for cardiovascular diseases. Commercially available arterial pulse analyzers are costly and not portable. Arterial pulse analysis of radial and brachial artery can be used to observe an early indication, if any, of cardio vascular diseases. A low-cost portable arterial pulse analyzer has been developed, which records the pressure waves at radial and brachial arteries non-invasively using piezoelectric ceramic plate sensors. This analyzer provides real time display of arterial pulse waveforms during the test and the analysis of waveforms in digitally storable format. Using this instrument, the parameters analyzed are SPTCD points, Augmentation index, pulse-wave velocity, 2nd derivative analysis for arterial ageing index, Pulse rate variability and Power Spectrum of Pulse rate variability. The setup simply and consists of two straps, one each for radial and brachial artery, with sensors mounted on them. Signal processing and analysis is done using Python on a Tablet PC. Cardiovascular diseases are a major public concern and one of the most common causes of deaths the world over. The device aims to automate the process to enable medical camps and mobile medical vans to diagnose cardiovascular diseases early and easily in a rural setup.
Link: It records the pressure waves at radial and brachial arteries non-invasively using piezoelectric ceramic plate sensors. Real time display and analysis of arterial pulse waveforms with digital storability. Parameters can be analysed are SPTCD points, Augmentation index, pulse-wave velocity, 2nd derivative analysis for arterial ageing index, Pulse rate variability and Power Spectrum of Pulse rate variability. http://gyti.techpedia.in/files/GYTI-BOOK-color.pdf
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