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Online Graphical Display of Blood Oxygen Saturation and Pulse Rate
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Dilpreet Kaur, Sukhwinder Kumar, Shashi Sharma
Heart rate, microcontroller, oxygen saturation, pulse oximeter
This paper will design a non-invasive pulse oximeter using the ADuC842 microcontroller. A pulse oximeter is a medical device that indirectly monitors the oxygen saturation of a patient's blood and heart rate. The hardware has been developed for the pulse oximeter and programming/coding has been done for calculating blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate of a patient. The results are displayed on the OLED or transported to PC. The software used is ASPIRE (Advanced Systems Programming Integrating Real-time Emulation) verion 1.05. Assessing a patient's need for oxygen is the most essential element to life; no human life thrives in the absence of oxygen.
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