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The Wireless PDA Interfaced Wearable Cardiotachometer is an innovative step in health monitoring. Its compact design and non-invasive methods allow comfortable monitoring for the patient. Itís twenty-four hour monitoring and portability gives doctors the advantage of comparing more accurate readings of a patient and reduces the amount of times a doctor/patient meeting is needed. Although the system is quite advanced and superb for monitoring a patientís health status, it is not left without any room for improvement. Such improvements that can be established are wireless transmission of the signals to the microcontroller rather than the use of interface wires. Another improvement may take the form of adding another signal obtained from the patient. One such reading may be the blood oxygen level (SPO2). A feature that can greatly improve the system is the implementation of real time analysis of the patientís reading rather than solely providing the previously recorded data. The newly designed Wireless PDA Interfaced Wearable Cardiotachometer paves the way for future designs based on the integration of engineering and medical methods.

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Last updated: 10/17/03.