Implementation of Remote Patient Information Monitoring System in Pakistan

  • Najeebullah Brohi*, Muhammad Faheem Sohu and Muhammad Younis Bhatti
Keywords: Monitoring System, Patient Information, Web Application, Android Application, Case Diagram

Abstract

The monitoring of patients is quite a hard job for medical personnel to monitor each patient for 24 hours regularly. Population ratio in Sindh as age group 15-64 is 27% both male and female. Now day’s cardiac disease is common in male and female. With late innovation, we can handle the observing issue via doing remote checking physiological parameter in patients. This permits the correspondence between a patient and restorative workforce utilizing an advanced cell, which will gather and exchange the beat rate and body-temperature information for ensuing survey to a medicinal expert. Thus, the proposed framework is the other option to customary home registration of patients with certain extraordinary restorative conditions or the elderly who can't routinely visit a Clinic/doctor's facility/medicinal services focus. In this proposed framework sensors will assume a critical part with respect to gather the patient's (imperative signs) like heartbeat rate and body temperature. The proposed venture named remote patient observing framework will screen beat rate and body-temperature by utilizing sensors. The RPIMS can send a patient's present information to the therapeutic expert (specialist) about the patient's basic condition. The implementation of paper is divided into three phases, in the first phase the sensors will be placed on the patient’s body those will be connected with Aurdino, in the second phase using Bluetooth module data will be received on a mobile app and sent to the web server, in the third phase the data.

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Published
2020-02-10
How to Cite
Najeebullah Brohi*, Muhammad Faheem Sohu and Muhammad Younis Bhatti. (2020). Implementation of Remote Patient Information Monitoring System in Pakistan. International Journal of Computer Science and Emerging Technologies , 3(1). Retrieved from http://ijcet.salu.edu.pk/index.php/IJCET/article/view/35