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A Wireless Based Real-time Patient Monitoring System
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Sowmyasudhan S, Manjunath S
Wireless Communication, Smart Sensors, Tele-medicine, 24*7 Monitoring.
The paper demonstrated gives the complete idea on a system which uses four smart sensors to detect the respective four pathological parameters of a baby or a person and interfacing the cell phone to this system to alarm the doctors. The smart sensors senses the biomedical signal of the subject under study (here subject means a baby or a person with pathological disorders) and executes with the controlled coding of the mother processor that is microcontroller and further it hooks the wireless cell phone and using the application software, TEXT application protocol of the cell phone to alarm the respective doctors. With this idea to save energy by consuming the cell phone battery and to help out people below poverty line to contact experienced doctors, who are out of reach and they by analysis is done perfectly. No external source is used for triggering the alarm. Using wireless-based low cost to monitor real-time pathological parameters of the subject and say it as a simple biomedical-caring system. The system keeps an extra eye on the pathological parameters of subject under test/babies at home/ICU. The intelligent system consists of detector circuit and mobile display unit at the receiver section. The detector circuit uses different application sensors to detect health condition of the subject at the source. The mobile display unit is used to visualize the health situation by using the text based application on the cell phones by a doctor or concerned person. The standard for mobile telephony that has been used in this project is wireless communication. The ubiquity of implementation of the wireless standard has been an advantage to both consumers, who may benefit from the ability to roam and switch carriers without replacing phones, and also to network operators, who can choose equipment from many wireless equipment vendors. Wireless also pioneered low-cost implementation of the short message service (SMS), also called text messaging, which has since been supported on other mobile phone standards as well. The standard includes a worldwide emergency telephone number feature. So, the main aim of this project is to get information about the condition of the critical subject which needs to be monitored round the clock, which is in ICU through wireless. The wireless Transmitter sends the details about incubator's temperature, voice level , heart rate and its movement to the destination point which is a doctor's mobile and these details are displayed on the mobile screen in the form of SMS's, so that the doctor can analyze the condition from the place where he is sitting. This is the most basic foundation in the area of telemedicine application.
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