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Top 20 Arduino-based Health Projects

Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It started in 2003 in Italy as a research project and its goal was to create simple, low cost tools for creating digital projects by non-engineers.

Types of Arduino Boards:

  • Arduino Uno.
  • Arduino Mega 2560.
  • Arduino Leonardo.
  • Arduino 101.
  • Arduino Esplora.
  • Arduino Zero.
  • Arduino Due.
  • Arduino Tian.
  • Arduino Yun.
  • Arduino Industrial 101.
  • Arduino Gemma.
  • LilyPad Arduino Board.

Arduino-based Health Projects:

  • MySignals:
    mysignals-with-sensors-connected
    Development platform for medical devices and eHealth applications. It measures more than 15 different biometric parameters. You can add your own sensors
    to build new medical devices.

  • IoT Based Health Care System:
    HealthCare-System
    It provides a solution for measurement of body parameters like ECG, Temperature, Moisture, and Heartbeat. It also detects the body condition and location of the patients.

  • The Arduino101 way of Caregiving:
    arduino101
    Dealing with ill people or elderly at your home? No problem, here's the solution.

  • e-Care Heart:
    e-care-heart
    E-health Prototype System for Cardiac Telemonitoring.

  • Arduino Powered CPR Feedback Device:
    CPR
    Adding real-time feedback to a CPR manikin. Allows for depth, rate, time and chest recoil monitoring.

  • Monitor ECG and Respiration:
    monitor-ecg
    Hook up your Arduino to take a look at your ECG, respiration and heart rate.

  • Crying Baby Detector:
    crying-baby
    Baby monitor that can also help put your baby back to sleep.

  • Cardiac Monitoring System:
    EKG
    Heart rate monitoring system, using Arduino, that counts heartbeats in a minute. The system starts measuring the heartbeat once the finger is placed on the sensor.

  • Self-Stabilizing Spoon for Parkinson's Sufferers:
    spoon
    Self-stabilizing spoon for Parkinson's sufferers who have difficulty eating on their own because of serious tremors.

  • Third Eye for The Blind:
    third-eye
    Third eye for blinds is an innovation which helps the blind people to navigate with speed and confidence by detecting the nearby obstacles using the help of ultrasonic waves and notify them with buzzer sound or vibration.

  • Health Band - A Smart Assistant for the Elderly:
    HealthBand
    This health band can assist old people in their daily lives, leaving the family stress free!

  • Avoid Injuries with Smart Backpack:
    smart-backpacks
    Smart Backpack helps you to avoid injuries caused by backpacks by alerting you about improper uses.

  • Personal Healthcare Assistant (PHA):
    PHA
    Wearable for monitoring the health condition of patients who have suffered or are in risk of having a cardiac arrest.

  • Smart Health Kit:
    Smart-Health-Kit
    Creating E-health care system that allows easier, better, and faster communications between patients, doctors, and hospitals.

  • Controlling patient's fever with Artik & Arduino:
    fever
    This project consists of 2 devices. The first one is a wearable and monitors temperature, the second one will control the temperature.

  • Alzheimer's Assistant:
    Alzheimer-s-Assistant
    A smartwatch with fall and location detection, reminders and more, designed to help you or your loved one with Alzheimer's!

  • ISBBM: Integrated Smart Belt for Blind's Mobility:
    ISBBM
    An assistive belt with GPS and obstacles detector that can guide blind people.

  • BrainForce:
    BrainForce
    A wireless headset which allows you to control devices through cerebral waves. It works with two sensors and a Bluetooth shield.

  • Sleep Quality Monitor:
    Sleep-Quality-Monitor
    Monitor the quality of your sleep and live better.

  • Purdue ExoMIND Glove:
    Purdue-ExoMIND-Glove
    The ExoMIND Glove is a stroke rehabilitation device used to generate biofeedback for physical therapists and patients.

  • LipSync:
    LipSync
    An assistive tech which allows quadriplegics to use touchscreen mobile devices using a mouth-operated joystick with sip and puff controls to simulate the actions of "tap" and hitting the back button, respectively. With longer sips and longer puffs, additional secondary features are enabled including a "tap and drag", "long tap and drag" and the possibility of more specialized functions as per the user's needs.

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