Dhanashree Ambekar

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This paper presents a prototype of a wireless, point-of-care medical device to measure head impacts in contact or collision sports. The device is currently capable of measuring linear acceleration, time, and the duration of impact. The location of the impact can also be recorded by scaling the prototype design to multiple devices. An experimental apparatus(More)
A microcontroller-based wireless medical device was designed and developed to measure acceleration during head impacts in contact sports. This device is capable of measuring linear acceleration, time of occurrence, and duration of any form of impact or collision. In order to validate the acceleration values from the device, an experimental set-up was built(More)
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