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Smart non-invasive wireless physiological monitoring system
Pallavi K. Bhagwat,
Published in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Pages: 157 - 161
In a country like India, patients are monitored in their recovery period, so the cost of hospitalization is also increasing day by day. The physiological parameters like body temperature, heart beat rate are monitored during recovery period of patients. This is done using a 'Smart Non-Invasive Wireless Physiological Monitoring System', where patients are monitored remotely. Impact sensors are used, which detects the fall of patients, so that immediate help is provided to them. In this paper the temperature, heart beat rate and impact sensors are used to measure physiological parameters which are then analysed and transmitted to PC through ZIGBEE wirelessly. Using GUI, parameters are monitored on PC by medical professionals. The high fluctuations in the parameters will be reported to doctors as a critical condition through GSM. © 2014 IEEE.
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JournalData powered by Typeset2014 International Conference on Embedded Systems (ICES)
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Open AccessNo