Dr. Karabi Ganguly, Arnab Ghosh , Pramit Das , Soham Ghosh , Sibom Singha Roy , Mourya Das
Diabetes, glycemic, embedded, stress monitoring systems.
Considering the prevalence and complexity of diabetes, new surveillance technologies need to be developed to improve both well-being and diabetes management. In this work, we use arduino-based sensor integration to present a unique approach to wellness monitoring and glycemic stress analysis. Our system incorporates sensors to measure heart rate and temperature, providing real-time information on physiological parameters related to glycemic control. Using embedded systems, sensor data is collected and analyzed to detect stress conditions. This allows for aggressive management to reduce glycemic fluctuations. The system's flexible interface, including light-emitting diode (LED) signals and liquid crystal display (LCD), makes it easy to understand sensor readings and stress levels us in accurately detecting glycemic stress and diabetics certified by exhaustive testing. We demonstrate the effectiveness of our proposed monitoring methods and rely on them to support informed decision-making. Our research advances personalized glycemic monitoring programs through potential benefits in diabetes management and enhancing overall well-being.
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Unique Paper ID: 163699

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 1883 - 1886
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