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#2635 28/01/05 9:47 AM
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Has anyone out there a schmatic for a simple ecg simulator? Are you willing to let me have a copy?


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#2636 28/01/05 5:07 PM
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Hi Das
I'll e-mail you one I developed over 20 years ago, hope it helps.
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#2637 28/01/05 5:41 PM
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Thanks very much Pete.


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#2638 31/01/05 12:23 PM
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Das,

I have also sent you a copy of the one we have.

Good luck

Paul.

#2639 17/02/05 6:39 AM
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Dear Guys,

Can you send the copy of the ECG simulator drawing to my mail

devarajdad@yahoo.com

I like to develope home made one for my use additionally,


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#2640 17/02/05 10:05 AM
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Hi Rajan,
I've e-mailed a copy of the simulator.
good luck.
Pete

#2641 17/02/05 11:47 AM
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Do you need circuits for a project, or workshop use, or what? Either way, there's a ton (tonne?) of stuff on the web, guys. All you need is a little time (and, perhaps, patience), and occasionally, your “plastic” ready at hand.

Analogue, digital, PC-based, it's all there. Why not do a home-brewed using a PIC BASIC Stamp, or do it in code on your PC (in BASIC, C, whatever)? And then make an interface box (what fun!) – lots of ways, limited only by your imagination and the time available (usually the latter, in my experience).

If all you need is a bog-standard normal sinus rhythm, you can sometimes rip one out from junk equipment. If I remember rightly, some of the old S&W defibs had a built-in ECG simulator, for instance.

Anyway, the Definitive ECG Simulator Project is a hoary old chestnut that has been cropping up for at least the last 35 years. It's been in loads of magazines – and didn't guys used to build them as part of the course at Falfield? Must be hundreds of them lying around somewhere. Happy hacking!

Meanwhile, have fun with http://www.skillstat.com/6sECG_rdm.html smile


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#2642 17/02/05 12:27 PM
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If you go on the Biomedical Equipment Maintenance Practice coarse at Eastwood Park (Falfield), you get to make and take home a basic five lead simulator. Plus they throw in loads of other training too.

A.M
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#2643 17/02/05 2:30 PM
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Yeh, I have got it Pete.
Thank you very much

Geoff Hannis,

the site is very interesting,Thank you also,


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#2644 17/02/05 9:19 PM
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A long time ago (1989)in a hospital not too far away I built one for my HNC project , it contained an eprom that I programmed with different waveforms, it worked a treat. It all started with a technician that already worked there by the name of Huw, he decided it was too difficult to do and went off to Saudi to work instead! It was a basic design that required improving, it got me a Merit for my efforts and the PCB I made worked first time! laugh


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