Mrs.K.Jayanthi, Ms.B.Preethi, Ms.S.Soundarya, Ms.V.Kiruthika
WNCS, Arduino uno, IoT
The "E-Glove nurse calling system" is an innovative project designed to enhance healthcare monitoring and communication. The system integrates temperature, heartbeat, and SpO2 sensors to continuously monitor vital health parameters. These parameters are displayed in real-time on an LCD screen for immediate observation. Additionally, the system includes flux sensors on each finger, enabling patients to send predefined messages through hand gestures. The Arduino Uno microcontroller serves as the central processing unit, collecting data from the sensors and controlling the display and communication functions. An IoT application complements the system by providing remote access to the sensor data and enabling caregivers to monitor the patient's health status from anywhere. This system offers a convenient and efficient method for monitoring vital signs and communicating basic needs, especially beneficial for patients with limited mobility or communication abilities. The project aims to improve patient care by providing caregivers with timely and accurate health information, thereby facilitating prompt intervention when necessary. Overall, the "Smart Health Monitoring System with Gesture-Based Communication" represents a significant advancement in healthcare technology, with the potential to enhance the quality of life for patients and caregivers alike.
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Unique Paper ID: 164094

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 165 - 170
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