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P-ISSN: 2708-4477, E-ISSN: 2708-4485

International Journal of Electronic Devices and Networking


2023, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part A
IoT based impulsive O2 support appended in patient monitoring system with physician’s concern


Author(s): J Guna Priyadharshini, J Dharshan, R Pandia Rajan, ATM Prem Kumar, M Neha Sharma, Dr. J Ann Roseela and A Raja

Abstract: Patient Monitoring System (PMS) with oxygen supply is primarily implemented to have a quantitative evaluation of the crucial physiological parameters of patients during critical periods. In today’s complex environment, the demand for clinicians are immense. Clinicians will not be available for 24/7,of course the treatment decisions must be determined by them but it is possible for us to replace their task of monitoring with use of PMS. The research is intended to create a healthcare internet of things system that can track the medical condition of mankind. There have been attempts to use the new technology in numerous fields to enhance the quality of human life as a result of technological advancements and the miniaturization of sensors like temperature, heartbeat, blood pressure, etc. This project is an attempt to combine an oxygen support with patient monitoring system. Appropriate oxygen level differs from patient to patient, that at different intervals according to their medical condition. So in this situation it is mandatory for consulting a doctor, regarding the oxygen level that is needed to be administered. To overcome this issue we are sum-mating the feature of doctors response of oxygen level that is needed to supply as a reply message. Once the reading level of sensors goes to a critical condition, as told an alert message is sent to doctors mobile. According to the medical data received by the doctor, the oxygen measure that is to be supplied is communicated to the system by the reply text from doctors. As a result, appropriate amount of oxygen is supplied to patient which is best suited for their medical data in order to maintain a stable medical condition.

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How to cite this article:
J Guna Priyadharshini, J Dharshan, R Pandia Rajan, ATM Prem Kumar, M Neha Sharma, Dr. J Ann Roseela, A Raja. IoT based impulsive O2 support appended in patient monitoring system with physician’s concern. Int J Electron Devices Networking 2023;4(1):41-44.
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