BioFeedback Data Logger
Advisor: Dr. W. M. Hammond
Technology has advanced the medical practice tremendously over the past
few decades. Technology improves many lives and eases patient suffering.
Immediate aspects, such as patient care and medical trauma as well as indirect
aspects, like patient monitoring and diagnostics have been aided by technical
breakthroughs. Focus on patient monitoring to help prevent future problems
is growing in medical practice. Portability and patient interactivity has
become an important issue in medicine. A portable device is proposed to
help monitor and provide feedback for skin temperature, skin resistance
and motion in patients with possible Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
(ADHD). The BioFeedback Data Logger is a multiple input biological data
logger designed to be portable enough to accommodate adolescence to adult
patients. The application interface is simple to use and aids the use of
biofeedback during clinical patient research trials. An LED display is
used for relaying data threshold information back to the patient during
the experimental process. A low power consumption allows for use with a
lithium battery power source.
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