IOT BASED HEART ATTACK DETECTION AND HEALTH MONITORING OF PARALYSIS PATIENT
Author(s):
KANCHAN SURESH PHADOL , GORDE ROHIT BABASAHEB, NIKHIL SANJAY BHAGAT , YOGESH PATANI
Keywords:
Arduino, Heart Beat Sensor, Sweat Sensor, Liquid Crystal Display, Accelerometer, Audio Module, GSM Modem
Abstract
In today’s world, many people are losing their lives due to heart attacks and the shortage of specialist doctors available to take immediate action. Hence this system provides the implementation of heart rate monitoring and controlling of a patient. For this, we have used the technology called the “internet of things” to detect and monitor the heart rate of a patient. In this system, the patient will be equipped with the hardware consisting of sensors and other devices for measuring the heartbeat along with the notification unit to notify and provide data in real-time. The heartbeat sensor with advance measuring technique will calculate the heartbeat of the patient, and transmit it over the internet that can be easily accessed by the patient itself. It also calculate the sweat through sweat sensor, which is beinged considered considered in case of heart attack. The heartbeat limits are set on a system that informs about the high and low rate of heartbeat. It also provides continuous data foe analyzing the chance of an attack on a patient. We all know that the paralysis condition is a loss of muscle function in the body parts. These people in most cases are not able to convey their needs as they are neither able to speak properly nor do they convey through sign language due to loss in motor control by their brain. so, to overcome such type of difficulties we come up with the system that help disable person in displaying a massage over the LED by just simple motion of his hand or any part of his body which has motion ability. The user just needs to tilt a device in particular angle to convey a massage. Tilting a device in different direction convey different massage. In this way the automated paralysis patient care system truly automates the care taking ability of the patient which ensure a timely attention to the patient and thus for a good health of the patient.
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Unique Paper ID: 158960

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

Page(s): 52 - 60
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