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Arduino-Based Patient Simulator Rea Rostosky, Matt Venard, Tyler Brann, Ishita Jain Mentors: Mr. Tommy Roussel & Dr. Darren Brey. Arduino-Based Patient Simulator Rea R., Matt V., Tyler B., Ishita J. What is a Patient Simulator?. Patient .

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what is a patient simulator
What is a Patient Simulator?

Patient

Generated Physiological Signal with Known Characteristics

Patient Simulator

Patient Monitor

http://www.healthcare.philips.com

http://www.flukebiomedical.com

current patient simulators
Current Patient Simulators

Expensive

Limited Functionality

HE Instruments

$240

Pronk® SL-8 SimSlim®

$1495

Currently used in UofL Bioinstrumentation Lab!

Fluke ProSim 8

$1014

http://www.pronktech.com

http://www.flukebiomedical.com

http://www.heinstruments.com/

design importance benefits
Design Importance / Benefits
  • High Functionality for Low Cost
    • Who doesn't want that?
  • Arduino Platform
    • Open source
  • Standalone/Portable
  • Mass producible
    • Mostly off the shelf parts

http://designbuddy.com/how-to-avoid-cheap-logo-design

http://arduino.cc/

design criteria
Design Criteria
  • < $50
  • EKG, Blood Pressure, Respiration, & Temperature Signals
  • Handheld
  • Standalone (Battery Powered)
  • Simple User Interface
  • Compatible with Various Patient Monitors
design timeline
Design Timeline

V.4

V.3

V.1

V.2

DAQ

http://www.gettyicons.com

http://www.arduino.cc

coding
Coding
  • Adapted code to disable built-in interrupt in PWM digital signal
  • Converting to hexadecimal and acquiring appropriate sample rate
  • Incorporating user interface
    • LCD and push buttons

http://www.hdwallpapersdepot.com

design solution
Design Solution

http://www.cooking-hacks.com

http://www.sainsmart.com

http://www.alkalinebatteries.us

http://www.usbgeek.com

available signals
Available Signals
  • Normal EKG
  • Bradycardia
  • Tachycardia
  • Ventricular Bigeminy
  • Slow Alternating Ventricular Bigeminy
  • Rapid Alternating Ventricular Bigeminy
  • Bidirectional Systoles
  • Arterial Blood Pressure
  • Normal Resting Respiration
  • Obstructed Respiration
  • Hypoventilation
  • Temperature (37oC)
testing data
Testing Data
  • Verification
    • Filter must have a cut-off of 7.0 +/- 0.5 kHz (76.9 +/- 6.2 dB)
    • Approx. 5x larger than highest frequency we output
  • Difficulty in validation

http://statistically-funny.blogspot.com

future device improvements
Future Device Improvements
  • Power
    • On/Off Switch
    • Casing (Battery Access)
  • Scroll
    • ...delay
  • Digital Pin 6
  • EKG Leads
    • The more the merrier

Clipart by 3poD - http://clipartof.com/16379

future device direction
Future Device Direction

Projected Growth by 2014

http://www.theiia.org/intAuditor/media/images/forward.png

conclusions
Conclusions
  • Functional Arduino-Based Patient Simulator
    • 12 available signals
    • LCD/button user interface
    • Versatile banana clip outputs
    • Standalone, Powered by 9 volt alkaline battery
  • Total Component Cost of Final Simulator: ~$35
lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • Breadboarding
  • PCB & Casing Fabrication
  • Arduino Coding
  • Improved Oscilloscope Proficiency
  • Project Management
  • Troubleshooting

....and how to make PIE!

acknowledgements
Acknowledgements

University of Louisville,

Department of Bioengineering

  • Mentors - Mr. Tommy Roussel, Dr. Darren Brey, and Dr. Andre Gobin
  • Preliminary PCB Design - Dr. Martin O'Toole
  • PCB Fabrication - Doug Jackson
  • Acrylic Casing Fabrication - Scott Cambron
  • Ordering Components - Connie York

https://louisville.edu/speed/bioengineering/faculty/smallervitruveanguysmallcopy.gif/image_mini