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Topic: SierrOS - Cardiopulmonary resuscitation device (based on ESP32) (Read 234 times) previous topic - next topic

mattis25

Hi!
I am Mattis Eynard from France. I am still in high school. I like making project (most of them based on arduino), the french-boxing and I am also first-responder.

With three friends we are developping a resuscitation device, which can insufflate and do a heart massage. It as to be ready-to-use, user-friendly and portable.

Our first prototype was able to do the CPR (CardioPulmonary resuscitation), send SMS and draw ECG.


We are developping the next version of the device: this one will detect if someone as an heart attack or not, thanks an AD8232 and a algorithm, it will communicate all the data to the rescues.

We have developped our PCB. We are using an ESP32, programmed with the Arduino IDE.

We are taking part of the Hackaday contest, you can look at our hackaday page for more details about our project (code and circuits sources; video; technicals details...). A big and easy help would be to like our project on Hackaday: it gives us a better visibility and helps us to fund our project:
https://hackaday.io/project/164865-sierros-cardiopulmonary-resuscitation-device


Thank you for your reading! Don't hesitate to ask us your questions

Mattis

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