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Prototype Development of Continuous Remote Monitoring of ICU Patients at Home

, Puranik M. Shivakumaraswamy, Suguna G. Chickaramanna, Venkatesha M. Iyengar, Anuroop P. Das, Abhyudaya Sharma
Instrumentation Mesure Métrologie , Volume 20, pp 79-84; doi:10.18280/i2m.200203

Abstract: Vital signs are a group of essential body parameter, which provides the overall health state of a human body. They often play a pivotal role in accessing the overall physiological state of the human body. For patients requiring intense and continuous monitoring, especially those in an Intensive Care Unit, the essentiality to assess their vital signs regularly. Monitoring the health status of ICU patients becomes quite cost-effective when the same can be monitored within the comfort zone of their own house. The technique elaborated herein revolves around the fundamental idea of implementing a vital sign monitoring system that continuously assesses a patient and regularly updates the same to a centralized server system. In an event of a medical emergency, the relevant data is conveyed to the doctor via an efficient alert system, thereby ensuring safe and timely treatment to the patients. Also, as suggested the proposed design is characterized by IoT capability that allows real-time monitoring of the subject, thereby allowing, minimizing the human involvement in its operation.
Keywords: vital signs / treatment / regularly / Intensive / human body / ICU Patients

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