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Hardware for Blood Pressure Measure ?

Post by AUGE_OHR »

hi,

did somebody use Hardware to measure Blood Pressure Measure which can send Data to my xBase App ?

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how does it work with mobile Phone ? which Data Format can be used ?
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No, but some models can connect with mobile like
https://www.omron-healthcare.com/eu/blo ... _IT_2.html
and have aplication from PlayStore

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Post by AUGE_OHR »

hi,

Thx for Answer.

at that Website i found Hardware but it seem it store Data "internal" ... and only 100 Records.
i like to store 10 Years and measure at least each Hour so i need much more Space for Data

i have see Diary App using Smartphone and Bluetooth ... that i like to have for Desktop / Table PC
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Post by dragancesu »

I don't know what you do but this is a bit of a field of medicine

Blood pressure measurement is done 1-2 times a day, measuring every hour is unnecessary, and it is not very pleasant for everyone
This is for home conditions, in the hospital it is different

The other thing is the pulse measured continuously

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Hi Jimmy!
As you wrote on google groups, bluetooth sometimes uses virtual COM port. Install drivers and test if new COM port appears in Device Manager.
Communication via serial ports is easy, but you need to know protocol

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Post by AUGE_OHR »

hi,
dragancesu wrote:
Fri Feb 05, 2021 6:19 am
Blood pressure measurement is done 1-2 times a day, measuring every hour is unnecessary, and it is not very pleasant for everyone
This is for home conditions, in the hospital it is different
you are right that normal you just measure Blood Pressure twice a Day.

but in Hospital they have a Monitor that automatic measure every Hour.
those Monitor use a lot of Cable so you can´t "move" without lost connection.

now we have a lot of "Fitness Tracker" which can get those Information and Data can be transfer via Bluetooth.
i agree that those Data are not "exact" but it will give a "long time overview" when have a lot of Data

so the Question is : how to use Bluetooth with harbour to receive Data. :idea:
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Post by AUGE_OHR »

hi,

i "think" i got a "Keyword" to search for : BluetoothAPIs.dll

also this UUID seems to be need

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Guid SerialPortServiceClass_UUID = new Guid("{00001101-0000-1000-8000-00805F9B34FB}");
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BT Device must be visible in Hardware Manager and it must have 2 x "Bluetooth Serial Port (SPP)"

while "out-going" is easy the Problem seems to be "in-coming" Data
"out-going" like Printer or Head-Phone seems not to use Event so it is like DLLcall()
"in-omming" like my external GPS-Tracker seems to "wait" for Event to send/receive Data

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there are a lot of "Smart-Watch" which can be used as "Health-Tracker"
Apple Watch Series 6
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3
Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar
Apple Watch SE
Huawei GT 2 Pro
Honor GS Pro
Fitbis Semse
Oppo Watch
Polar Grit X
Withings Scanwatch
did someone use a "Smart-Watch" like this ?
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Post by danielmaximiliano »

Try
https://github.com/libusb/hidapi
HIDAPI is a multi-platform library which allows an application to interface with USB and Bluetooth HID-Class devices on Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, and macOS. HIDAPI can be either built as a shared library (.so, .dll or .dylib) or can be embedded directly into a target application by adding a single source file (per platform) and a single header.
Make .dll or .a with mingw make (mingw32-make)
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mol wrote:
Fri Feb 05, 2021 7:04 am
Hi Jimmy!
As you wrote on google groups, bluetooth sometimes uses virtual COM port. Install drivers and test if new COM port appears in Device Manager.
Communication via serial ports is easy, but you need to know protocol
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: are you amazing. I just recieved communication protocol from our bank, and I have no ideea to communicate on serial port.
POS installed, test communication is okay, but here the movie is ended.
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Put this protocol here or send me via email mol @ pro (dot) onet (dot) pl

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