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Wireless human health Monitor


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Major project of Engineering in which human health is monitored using wireless technology

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Wireless human health Monitor

  1. 1. Group Members Amarendra Kaudagiya Yadav -30404 Shishir Dhakal - 30407 Surendra Basnet - 30412
  2. 2.   Health care sensors are playing a vital role in hospitality.  Patient monitoring system, a major improvement in hospitality because of its advanced technology.  A wireless system to measure heartbeat and body temperature. ABSTRACT
  3. 3. Outlines   Introduction  Existing System  Drawbacks  Main Objectives  Modules  Block Diagram  Working of system  Advantages  Conclusion  Future Scope
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION   A compact sensor, is used to monitor the heartbeat in analog form .  To check the condition of the patient we required thermometer.  Temperature sensor and heart beat sensor is connected to monitor the patient’s condition.
  5. 5. EXISTING SYSTEM  There are some systems present in the market but all are having some difficulties  Compact sensor  Digital Heartbeat monitor
  6. 6. DRAWBACKS IN EXISTING SYSTEM   The systems are not Portable.  The patient cant able to understand the analog signals.  Complex system and difficult to operate.
  7. 7. MAIN OBJECTIVE   The specialist at a distance can monitor the patient condition so that he can save the life.  This system is to be available at reasonable prices.  Embedded technology is to be use for monitoring the patient condition easily.
  8. 8. PROPOSED METHOD   A GSM based “WIRELESS HUMAN HEALTH MONITOR” system is used.  Mainly three parts of the system, Heart beat and temperature sensor, transmitter and receiver.  Hear beat sensor is used to measure heart beat rate.  Temperature sensor is used to measure body temperature.
  9. 9.   The transmitter transmits the heart beat count and temperature of patient.  Data transmitted Via GSM modem as SMS.  Transmitter is placed near the patient.
  10. 10.   Receiver receives the data.  Receiver is placed at the doctor’s side.
  11. 11. MODULES   An Embedded technology is used here.  Atmel (AT89S52) is used in this system.  SMS used for transmitting data.
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  14. 14. WORKING OF THE SYSTEM   There are mainly two parts of the system one is transmitter and the other one is the receiver.  In the transmitter, We have Heartbeat sensor, and the temperature sensor.  All the sensors are connected to the patient  The microcontroller monitors the all the system in the transmitter if any abnormality in the patient condition then it sends the signal so that the receiver will capture the signal and will work according to that.
  15. 15. ADVANTAGES OF PROPOSED METHOD  Bridging the gap between the doctor and the patients.  Best to be used on rural areas.  It is a multipurpose so that overall conditions are easily measured.  Easy to operate.  Compare with compact sensor it gives better performance.
  16. 16. FUTURE SCOPE  Multiple parameters like Blood pressure, retinal size, age and weight can be included as controlling parameters in the future.  This system also developed by using advanced GSM and GPRS technology in future.
  17. 17. CONCLUSION  Portable and easy to use.  Prevention is better than cure.  Modern technologies have developed that promotes comfortable and better life which is disease free.