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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Journal of Cases on Information Technology
Source : Journal of Cases on Information Technology, IGI Global, Volume 19, Number 4, p.22-36 (2017)
Keywords : Arduino, Design and Development, Emergency messages, Global system for mobile communications, Gsm modules, LM35, Microcontrollers, Monitoring, Patient monitoring, Patient monitoring systems, Physiological models, Physiological parameters, Proteus, Sensors, Weather forecasting
Campus : Bengaluru
School : School of Engineering
Department : Computer Science
Year : 2017
Abstract : Technology keeps evolving every second. Humans receive all the essential information with just one touch. Be it the weather forecast or ordering any grocery or communicating with one's peers, everything happens so easily and efficiently. It is undoubtedly user friendly. When the same technology associates itself with the medical equipment it becomes easier to fetch and process the patient's data in real time. It also helps to make several life-saving, spontaneous decisions for the critical care. This paper talks about the patient monitoring system. The physiological parameters of the patient are continuously monitored in real time using sensors. The data that is obtained from the sensor is then sent to an Arduino Uno microcontroller where it is analyzed. If the patient's data differs from the required threshold values, an emergency message is sent to the assigned doctor's mobile. This is done using the GSM module which is interfaced with the microcontroller. Verifying the system in software is done using Proteus.
Cite this Research Publication : S. Suryanarayanan, Manmadhan, S., and Dr. N. Rakesh, “Design and Development of Real Time Patient Monitoring System with GSM Technology”, Journal of Cases on Information Technology, vol. 19, pp. 22-36, 2017.