Real-time telemonitoring system for Pregnant Women using IoT
Author(s):
Dr.K.G.Revathi , Evangeline Jothi.W, Sonali.T, Thanusavarthini.A
Keywords:
Accelerometer sensor, Force sensor, IOT Microcontroller, Pulse rate sensor, Temperature sensor
Abstract
Human resources is the backbone of developing and under developed nations. In most of the developing countries and in the smart cities medical systems is not centralized for sharing of information. Mostly pregnant women is not able to do their regular checkups at the early stage of pregnancy and this leads to higher mortality rate in case of infant and maternal in the rural areas. Due to these issues , the society is facing an immense health problems. In the existing method ultrasound scan of the pregnant women is performed and along with that some vital signs is measured and it is processed by Bluetooth technology. The main drawback of the existing system is that the ultrasound scanning is expensive and the Bluetooth technology. In order to overcome this an accelerometer sensor is used to measure the kick count of the fetus and the vital parameters such as temperature and heart beat is measured and the aim is to develop a compact assist device for rural pregnant women in order to access the vital signs of maternal and fetus with low cost using recent sensors and internet of things for personalized care.
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Unique Paper ID: 150971

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 11

Page(s): 134 - 140
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