International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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ISSN: 2319-7064

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Research Paper | Electronics & Communication Engineering | India | Volume 3 Issue 8, August 2014

Design of Compact Multipurpose Mobile Based Health Care Device with Location Tracker Using Wearable Technology

D. Vishnu Vardhan [6] | G. Yateesh

Abstract: The value of healthcare is increasing throughout the world. Without disruptive changes, a great section of the population in many developed states will no longer be able to pay for upkeep of health by 2040. A Part of the solution will come from concentrating on prevention. Having personal tools at everyone's distributes which will aid people to monitor their health and to change their reactions can enable disease prevention. Control of human weight and managing stress are two social relational challenges where a behavioural change can have huge value of savings. It is proposed that it is shown how wearable sensor devices are able to detect health parameters and reports to local owners utilize and remote utilizes such as doctors, home, etc. It is proposed that a system for remote monitoring the respiration of individuals that can presence at existence of respiration rate and a manner of breathing and identify coughing events, Temperature etc. The Shimmer platform having a MCU with few ADC inputs which are worn to connect the sensors, and Bluetooth. The data from the sensors is sent wirelesly to a utilize mobile via Bluetooth for local monitoring and then further transmitted to server for remote monitoring. The data can then be processed and analysed in real-time.

Keywords: MCU-micro controller unit, LMHCS-Location-based mobile health care System

Edition: Volume 3 Issue 8, August 2014,

Pages: 753 - 756

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