GSM Based Patient Monitoring System using biomedical sensors
S.Ummay Atiya, K.Swarna Madhuri, , ,
Affiliations Assistant professor in the dept. of ECE, RECW, Kurnool ,Assistant professor in the dept. of ECE, RECW, Kurnool
The main theme of the paper is to continuously monitor the patient health parameters like ECG, Heartbeat, Blood Pressure, Temperature etc. by using different sensors and also used to track the location of the patient. The message regarding the condition of the patient is received by the doctor or any other person who takes care of the patient. Sensors like heart beat sensor, temperature sensor are interfaced with the microcontroller (ARDUINO). The location of the patient can be identified by using GPS(Global Position System) which is space -based navigation system that provides data in all the climate conditions. In the event that the parameters of the patient vary abnormally, the message is being sent to the doctor through the GSM module, indicating the patient’s condition along with his location. All the parameter data of the patient are visualized by using LCD display.
S.Ummay Atiya,K.Swarna Madhuri," GSM Based Patient Monitoring System using biomedical sensors”, International Journal Of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 3(9):620-624,September-2016.
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