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Hai :

I'm working in a project "Pulse Oximeter Using Bluetooth Wireless".
Can anyone give any guideline or example to done this project.

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If you can tell us what you've done so far, we might be able to give better guidance.

Are you using an existing oximetry sensor? How is it connected to your Arduino? What sort of interface does it provide?

Which Bluetooth module/shield are you using? What will be receiving the data? What format will it be expecting?
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i'm using a pulse sensor and connected to adruino uno..
but i'm not sure type of bluetooth that can be use,eiher xbee shield,APC220 Radio Communication Module or other module.
do you have any idea??
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i'm using a pulse sensor and connected to adruino uno..

Which pulse sensor? Connected how? We can't guess this stuff. You have to tell us. Preferably with links to datasheets for the parts, and a schematic showing all connections.

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eiher xbee shield,APC220 Radio Communication Module or other module.

XBee and APC220 are not bluetooth. Decide what you are going to use.
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https://docs.google.com/a/pulsesensor.com/document/d/1iOZv-ubb-cbfhLEYUawFpGXLxOGqULidrHE5UD5vx9s/edit?pli=1
this is the pulse sensor that i use...

so do u have any idea any type of bluetooth device that can be use??
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That appears to be a pulse sensor (for measuring heartbeat), not an oximeter (normally measuring blood oxygen). If that is what you want then that's fine.

There are any number of suitable bluetooth modules, like these https://www.sparkfun.com/categories/115.
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