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IoT Enabled Ubiquitous Healthcare Data Acquisition And Monitoring System For Personal And Medical Usage Powered By Cloud Application: An Architectural Overview

Vidhaydhar J. Aski, Shubham Sanjay Sonawane, Ujjwal Soni
Published 2019 · Computer Science

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Modern lifestyle, swift adoption of fast-food diet and various environmental changes causing chronic life-threatening diseases stimulates a real necessity of advancements in built-in Internet technology for remote healthcare. Proposed work discourses an IoT paradigm comprising of Wireless Health Sensors (WHS) that allows us to observe essentially continuous monitorable and/or should be monitored biometric parameters like pulse rate, pulmonary functional quality, blood pressure, body temperature, electro cardio activity, etc., which in turn helps us for self-evaluation and control future severity by predictive analysis via smart healthcare systems in a long run diagnostic procedure by a medical practitioner. The work addresses the development of an Arduino-based all-in-one cost-effective, miniaturized Wireless Intelligent Embedded Healthcare Device (WIEHD) that can provide home-based health services to the patient. The sensors are connected to Arduino to track the status which is interfaced to a display as well as Wi-Fi connection in order to transmit collected data and receive user requests. The parameters can be monitored from a smartphone application. This system is based on a cloud platform and keeps track of the device data on daily basis. This data is shared with doctors through a website where the doctor can analyze the condition of the patient and provide further details online and intimate patient about future severity well in time.
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