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We developed and tested the Berkeley Tricorder, a health monitoring device capable of measuring a subject's ECG, EMG, Blood Oxygenation, Respiration (via Bioimpedance), and motion--almost equivalent to the feature set of a hospital bedside patient monitor. Our focus has been a highly integrated design incorporating the radio and all associated circuitry on(More)
Activation of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP)-dependent protein kinase (A-kinase) promotes hemoglobin synthesis in several erythropoietin-dependent cell lines, whereas A-kinase-deficient murine erythroleukemia (MEL) cells show impaired hemoglobin production; A-kinase may regulate the erythroid transcription factor NF-E2 by directly phosphorylating its(More)
The advancement of precision micropower amplifiers, microcontrollers, and MEMs devices have allowed for a paradigm shift from traditionally large and costly health monitoring equipment only found in hospitals or care centers to smaller, wireless, low powered portable devices that can provide continuous monitoring for a number of applications. Along these(More)
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