A wireless sensor for pediatric tests

Ema is a wireless device that allows electrocardiogram (ECG) tests to be performed on children in an unobtrusive way. Current ECG testing involves a large amount of wires, making the process time-consuming for doctors and sometimes upsetting for children. Ema reduces the testing equipment to ten, coin-sized sensors, synchronised to a central receiver. The sensors come in an array of bright colours, and allow the ECG test to be turned into a game.

Anastasiia Kuliabina

  • Anastasiia Kuliabina
    IED – Istituto Europeo di Design (Barcelona)

    Anastasiia was born in Odessa (Ukraine) and relocated to Spain when she was 13. She went to highschool specialised in artistic disciplines and this year she has graduated in Product Design in IED barcelona. She is curious to explore new horizons and experiment new experiences.more

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