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App note: Blood pressure monitor fundamentals and design

Sunday, November 11th, 2018

Application note from NXP on blood pressure monitor fundamentals using their medical oriented MCUs. Link here (PDF) Arterial pressure is defined as the hydrostatic pressure exerted by the blood over the arteries as a result of the heart left ventricle contraction. Systolic arterial pressure is the higher blood pressure reached...

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Freescale medical applications component user guide

Monday, April 8th, 2013

Freescale Semiconductors has posted their Medical Applications User Guide. This 116 page PDF outlines the MCU, RF, sensor and display technologies offered with specific emphasis on their implementation in developing medical applications. Included are block diagrams of medical devices and overviews of contemporary medical electronics technologies.

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