E-Health Complete Kit: 9 sensors for an accurate medical diagnosis
The E-Health Complete Kit includes 9 biometric sensors allowing you to measure many of the body’s vital signs: pulse, oxygenation level, temperature, blood pressure, etc. These 9 sensors can be connected either to your Arduino or Intel Galileo board, or to a Raspberry Pi.
These 10 sensors are accompanied by a V2.0 shield for Arduino and Raspberry Pi to which your sensors will be connected. The information collected can then be sent via its 6 connectors: WiFi, 3G, GPRS, Bluetooth, 802.15.4 and ZigBee.
Uses of the E-Health Complete Kit
By gathering a huge set of biometric measurements in this way, you’ll then be able to analyse these data, either in the context of a medical diagnosis, or for monitoring individual sports performance. This kit is particularly suited to scientists, developers and sporting types interested in electronics who want to create their own biometric measuring tool.
Note however: the E-Health Complete Kit is not a specialist medical device. It must not be used for monitoring and diagnosing patients in a critical state, or whose state of health requires specific and professional care.
Below is a video showing some examples of how the E-Health Complete Kit can be used:
Technical specifications of the E-Health Complete Kit
- 9 sensors:
- pulse and oxygen levels in the blood (SPO2)
- body temperature
- blood glucose monitor
- sweating - GSR
- blood pressure (new)
- electromyography (EMG) (new)
- 1 E-Health shield for Arduino and Raspberry Pi
- Connectivity: WiFi; 3G; GPRS; Bluetooth; 802.15.4; ZigBee
Resources for the E-Health Complete Kit
The resources below contain documents that will help you get started more rapidly with the E-Health Complete Kit: