EWH Project: Infant respiratory monitor

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Project Overview

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is responsible for thousands of deaths each year in developing countries. We would like to develop a low cost and highly reliable detection system that could alert nearby adults when breathing stops, giving them a chance to wake or resuscitate the infant. The device must be able to detects breathing pauses of 20 seconds or more and output an audible alarm signal when that happens. This semester, the team is also investigating potential telemedicine applications,and beginning to vet the previous prototype for potential manufacture.

Images

Team picture

Team members from left to right: Don Weier, Caleb Durante, Drew Birrenkott, Michael Nonte, Bradley Wendorff

Contact Information

Team Members

  • Caleb Durante - Team Leader
  • Bradley Wendorff - Communicator
  • Drew Birrenkott - BSAC
  • Donald Weier - BWIG

Advisor and Client

  • Paul Thompson - Advisor
  • Amit Nimunkar - Client
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