BME100 f2016:Group5 W8AM L3

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Descriptive Stats and Graph

Heart Rate: Gold Standard: Mean- 98.08977 Standard Deviation- 23.03054 Spree: Mean- 98.9538 Standard Deviation- 24.87754 Pearson's Correlation: 0.690806 Correlates Bar 1.jpg

Temperature: Gold Standard: Mean- 96.64716 Standard Deviation- 1.922602 Spree: Mean- 95.53086 Standard Deviation- 0.870378 Pearson's Correlation: 0.192798 Does not correlate Bar 2.jpg

Inferential Stats

Temperature T-test p-value: 1.09676E-21 ANOVA p-value: 3.37E-20 Plot 2a.jpg

Heart Rate T-test p-value: 0.427116 ANOVA p-value: 0.647461 Plot 1a.jpg

Design Flaws and Recommendations

The temperature was not well calculated for the Spree Headband because there was a low Pearson's r correlation. The sensors should be programmed differently in order to record the correct temperature of the user.

Experimental Design of Own Device

Compare hormonal steroid consumption between Addison patients consuming oral pills with patients using the patch, testing the amount of hydrocortisone or fludrocortisone enters the endocrine system. One group of patients would use the patch while another similar group would consume oral pills and each group would have about 20 Addison patients. There would be an hourly blood test to conduct a short term experiment. We would compare the salt content change after and before consumption and throughout the day to note whether the patch is able to deliver a reasonable amount of hormones.