talk is about my personal experiences and covers my basic understanding about some topics using Internet sources. I share this as an introduction of these topics only. This talk is not meant to be a scientifically accurate document, do not use it or reference it as such. There many things in this talk that can be and should have been made differently/better. The device shown in this talk is not meant or claims to diagnose or cure heart diseases or conditions. I’m not endorsing that you build this device. The material in this talk doesn’t substitute a visit to your doctor or the years of study they endure to become doctors or the years of experience they endure to become experts. If you decide use the information shown in this talk or build the device shown in this talk, you do so at your own risk and assume any and all consequences of such decision, relieving me of any and all liabilities.
heart at a specific moment. • A moment when you might not have symptoms. • Monitoring your heart requires a Holter. • You need an appointment and referral for a Holter study. • Holters fail. You have to start all over again. • Holters only work for 24 hours.
$1 USD (reader) • Cons: Fast modes need license. • SPI bus mode. This bus type supports only a 3.3-volt interface. This is the only bus type that does not require a host license. • 5V to 3V converter • 5V to 3V level converter
a synchronous serial communication interface specification used for short distance communication, primarily in embedded systems. The interface was developed by Motorola in the late eighties and has become a de facto standard. Typical applications include Secure Digital cards and liquid crystal displays.