Phoenix Project

Ambulatory Blood

Pressure Monitor

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The Phoenix Project is a study group of the Twin Cities IEEE to develop an ambulatory blood pressure monitor for the Halberg Chronobiology Center at the University of Minnesota. Our goal is to make a monitor that is inexpensive, unobtrusive, easy to use and collects a week of blood pressure measurements.

The Halberg Chronobiology Center wants the monitor for long term use on massive scale to obtain measures of health, and to encourage the development of diagnostic, prevention and treatment techniques.


Volunteers are Needed & Why Volunteer?

See Data Acquisition Prototype


Our next meeting occurs on Sunday, July 22, 2:30 - 4:30p.m. DST at the

Roseville Library
2180 North Hamline Ave
Roseville, MN 55113
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