Pushpa Rani, Dr. Brij Mohan Goel
Intensive-care unit (ICU), Internet of Things (IoT), Radio frequency identification (RFID)
It is IoT in healthcare that plays a pivotal role in improving patient care and enhancing the efficiency of physicians and hospitals. Patients' health and medical information may be gathered and recorded using different medical equipment such as sensors and web-based or mobile-based apps that interact through network-connected devices. There are no hospitals in the remotest areas, thus this paper proposes to build a system that can provide world-class medical assistance to patients through the internet and wearable devices powered by a raspberry pi microcontroller that can record the patient's heart rate and blood pressure. In the event of a medical emergency, the system should alert the patient's family and doctor of the patient's current health state and comprehensive medical information. Analysis and prediction of chronic diseases and other illnesses such as heart attacks may be done at an early-stage utilising data mining methods, which will also give a decision-making edge.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 5

Page(s): 682 - 686
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