Kallepalli Sasank, Gudla Divyasri, Potnuru Umamahesh, PALAKA THAVITINAIDU, KOTHAVALASA NAVEEN, G.S.S.S.S.V. KRISHNA MOHAN
Ayurveda, radial artery, vata, pitta, kapha, SCB – 68 kit, NI LABVIEW
This project aims at implementation of a simple and robust diagnostic device that can monitor the health status of an individual human and gives related information about the human body. In Ayurveda, the pulses of the Radial Artery are sensed by the fingertip, which measures the pressure exerted by the Radial artery in three location pulses namely Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. A pressure sensor is used for pulse detection. The signals that are obtained from the pressure sensor are processed through the SCB-68 kit further, it is implemented by NI - LAB VIEW module. The performance of the developed system will be evaluated by recording the pulses of people having different doshas. The shapes of the pulses will be analyzed using amplitude and frequency analysis then the analyzed signal will be compared with the standard signal and accordingly subjects will be classified as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha type. This will be an aid to the Ayurvedic experts for better diagnosis.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

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