Remote Blood Pressure Monitoring System for Enhanced Care of Elderly and Bedridden Individuals Using Wireless Sensors and Raspberry Pi
M.Vasuki , Dr.T. Amalraj Victoire, DR.A.karunamurthy, C. Lakshmi
wireless sensors, blood pressure monitoring, elderly care, remote monitoring, Raspberry Pi, portable system
The paper discusses the use of wireless sensors to monitor the blood pressure of elderly or bedridden individuals, to improve their care. The sensors transmit the blood pressure readings to a PC for storage and display and notify the appropriate individuals via an app. The current method for obtaining blood pressure values is through a contact-detecting technique, which is inconvenient and uncomfortable for patients. Therefore, the researchers propose a Blood Pressure Monitoring System (BPMS) that can remotely monitor patients' blood pressure. The Raspberry Pi processes the data and displays the blood pressure readings on a graphical user interface. The system is designed to be portable and easy to use, allowing patients to monitor their blood pressure from the comfort of their own homes. The results show that the proposed system is accurate and reliable, making it a promising tool for monitoring blood pressure remotely.
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Unique Paper ID: 160713

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 1048 - 1052
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