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Monitoring Individual Medical Record by Using Wearable Body Sensors
, , Mohamad Ayaaz R.
Published in Springer Singapore
Pages: 355 - 363

Every single essential sign has an immediate effect in human services, so body sensors are utilized for consistent social insurance checking. In existing techniques, the sensors are embedded or wear by the client and the sensor information are exchanged and put away in the restorative server. In this proposed framework is for a healing facility condition the specialists and attendants can access the client’s therapeutic data from the Blynk server. The wearable sensor’s on the patient’s body is associated with an Arduino board the detected data is transmitted by transfer hub and put away in the cloud which will be access by the Blynk server and get the data to the Blynk application so that the patient and the doctors can access the data or the records of the particular patient and even the medical staff. The specialists and attendants can get to the patient’s medicinal data from the Blynk application. Individual medical record [IMR] can be access by the doctors and the medical staff to analyze the patient condition.

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JournalData powered by TypesetSmart Intelligent Computing and Applications Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies
PublisherData powered by TypesetSpringer Singapore
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