Emergency Patient Health Monitoring System Using IoT Sensors
The IOT based wireless body sensors network has emerged as a new technology for e-healthcare that allows the data of a patient’s vital body parameters and movements to be collected by small wearable or implantable sensors and communicated using short-range wireless communication techniques. WBSN has shown great potential in improving healthcare quality, and thus has found a wide range of applications from ubiquitous health monitoring and computer assisted rehabilitation to emergency medical response systems. Internet of Things (IoT) enable humans to get higher level of automate by developing system using sensors, interconnected devices and Internet. Monitoring of critical Patient health is most important activity small delay in decision related to patient’s treatment may cause permanent disability or even death. Most of critical Patient are equipped with IOT sensors to measure health parameters, We are proposing IOT based system which can help to monitor the patient health & transfer patients health related Readings through fast communication and identifying emergency and initiate communication with healthcare staff and also helps to initiate proactive and quick treatment. This health care system reduces possibility of human errors, delay in communication and helps doctor to spare more time in decision with accurate observations.
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