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					          Heart Exercise Accelerometer
               Rehabilitation Tool
                               CS 410
                            Orange Team
                           October 22, 2008

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                                Team Information
                            Professor. Brunelle                                            Experts



                                                                                    Dr. Daniel Garland M.D.
                                                                                    President of Pathologist
                                                                                          Department
                                                                                         Obici Hospital
     Ryan                        Andrew                      Spencer                        Suffolk
                                 Finance and
 Project Manager                                         Software and Market
                                 Webmaster




                                                                                   Mrs. Janet Jackson BSN RN
                                                                                     HCMSDM Regulatory
                                                                                     Compliance Manager
                                                                                    Amerigroup Corporation
    Nicole                         David                    Generoso                      Virginia Beach
Software Specialist           Hardware Specialist         Systems Specialist


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                             Overview
•    Problem
•    Customer
•    Solution
•    System Overview
•    Risk and Benefit Analysis
•    Market and Financial Analysis
•    Conclusion

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      Cardiac-patients do not
        commit to necessary
      long-term rehabilitation
           requirements.

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            Rehabilitation Requirements
Short Term Goals:
• Medical evaluation to determine appropriate
  exercise goals and procedures.
• Exercise: FITT
       – Frequency: 3 – 5 times a week.
       – Intensity: Target heart rate
       – Time: 30 – 60 min per session
       – Type: Aerobic

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            Rehabilitation Requirements
Long Term Goals:
• Lifestyle Education:
       – Increase involvement in rehabilitation process
       – Illustrate concrete benefits of lifestyle change
• Support:
       – Provide accountability and control of exercise
         regimen
       – Provide feedback on progress

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                      Benefits of Completing
                         Rehabilitation
Lifestyle Changes for patient:
       • Increased Involvement:
           • Education on concrete benefits of managing their
             own long term rehabilitation
           • Accountable for choices they make
       • Improve Quality of Life:
           • Increased Heart Strength and Mobility
           • Lower Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, and BMI
           • Decreased emotional stress, depression, and
              anxiety
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Completing Rehabilitation Saves Lives
      5 million people are currently living with a heart condition.


         Morbidity Absent Rehabilitation
                                       Survival Absent
                                        Rehabilitation
                                            17%
                                                                   Completed
                                                                  Rehabilitation
        Morbidity Absent                                             20%
         Rehabilitation
             63%
          Current Rehabilitation System




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          Heart Exercise Accelerometer
               Rehabilitation Tool

          A multi-sensor system with one
             primary band and multiple
             optional secondary bands
           connected to the primary band
             via a wireless technology.
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                             H.E.A.R.T.
The solution will:
• Contain mechanics to monitor and record
  patients’ heart rate, exercise type, intensity, and
  duration each time they exercise.
• Reinforce positive progress with reports and
  analysis of future potential benefits.
• Be utilized during rehabilitation patient follow-
  ups.
• Be non-intrusive and not substantially modify
  current established rehabilitation process.
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        H.E.A.R.T. Component Diagram




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                           Device Process Flow




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                      Client Software Output




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                           H.E.A.R.T. Effects
The patient will:
• Develop and maintain positive long-term
  lifestyle changes for activity as recommended
  by the rehabilitation specialists.
• Be involved in managing their rehabilitation
  through feedback on progress.
• Be educated and accountable for their long
  term exercise and rehabilitation regimen.
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       Modified Rehabilitation System




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                    Capabilities of H.E.A.R.T.
Capable                                         Incapable
• Involve the patient.                          • Provide Dr. referral.
• Illustrate concrete benefits                  • Force attendance.
  through feedback on                           • Provide transportation.
  progress.
• Provide historical data on
  exercise and heart rate
  progress.
• Offer immediate alerts.
• Extensible to other exercise
  applications.
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                           Competition




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              Existing Technology Utilized
  Technology               Min                        Mean                 Max

  Heart Sensor             $5                         $20                  $50

  Accelerometer            $20                        $25                  $55

  Battery                  $10                        $10                  $20

  CPU                      $10                        $14                  $19

  RAM                      $1.63                      $3.27                $5.12

  USB                      $0.19                      $0.19                $0.19



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                 New Technology Required
• The client software for the cardiac
  rehabilitation specialists and patients will
  need to be developed.
• The circuitry and firmware/micro operating
  system has to be created.




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                           Risk Analysis Chart




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                                 FDA approval
This is in response to your email below to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requesting
information on a medical product.
If this product makes a medical claim, then it would be considered a medical device.
For more information on what a manufacturer of a device must do to get a medical device cleared by the
FDA for marketing, please visit our Device Advice web site at http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/devadvice/
Please feel free to email me back directly if you have any further questions. Good luck with your project.


Sincerely,

Bonnie J. Alderton
Consumer Staff
Division of Small Manufacturers,
International and Consumer Assistance
Center for Devices and Radiological Health
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
bonnie.alderton@fda.hhs.gov

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                                    Rehabilitation Market                                      Net Income:
                                         Analysis                                              Large: >10 million
$1,200,000                                                                                     Medium: 5-10 million
                                                                                               Small: <5 million
$1,000,000                                     $977,421
                                                                                               Percent of Industry:
                                                                                               Large: 5%
                    $800,000                                                                   Medium: 42%
                                                                                               Small: 53%
Profit in Dollars




                    $600,000
                                                           $434,898                              Estimated cost of
                    $400,000                                                                     Heart Disease in
                                                                                                      2008:
                                                                                                  $156.4 billion
                    $200,000
                                                                             $67,931
                              $0
                                               Large        Medium                Small


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                                 Budget




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                      Two-year Fiscal Analysis
Income                                                 Expenditure
Device sales                 3,745,000                 Device construction   3,155,000
                                                       Initial investment    500,000
                                                       Operation cost        380,000
                             3,745,000                                       4,035,000

                                  First Year: 290,000 Loss
Income                                                 Expenditure
Device sales                 3,745,000                 Device construction   3,155,000
                                                       Operation cost        380,000
                             3,745,000                                       3,535,000

                            Second Year: 210,000 Profit
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                           H.E.A.R.T. Benefits

• Patient involvement in rehabilitation
  leading to positive long term lifestyle
  changes and a longer, healthier life.
• Reduced insurance premiums due to
  decreased hospitalization.
• Minimal impact on currently established
  rehabilitation procedures.

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                            Team Management
                                                                             Tools Utilizing
                                                                             • Dot Project
                                                                                •   Team based active
                                                                                    collaboration
                                                                                    software.

                                                                             • Word Press
                                                                                •   HTML Templating
                                                                                    Engine.


       Our primary tool for team coordination is Dot Project. This tool allows us to
        collaborate online and assign tasks to each other. It also contains a forum
                  and allows us to maintain a versioned file repository.

                           We meet every Thursday at 6pm, and as needed.


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