Critical patient eHealth monitoring system using wearable sensors

Michelle Omoogun, Visham Ramsurrun, Shivanand Guness, Preetila Seeam, Xavier Bellekens, Amar Seeam

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Abstract

Patient monitoring has advanced over the years, from bed side monitors in the hospital, to wearable devices that can monitor patients and communicate their data remotely to medical servers over wireless networks. It is a process that involves monitoring major vital signs of a patient, to check if their health is normal or deteriorating within a period of time. In a remote situation, vital signs information, can help health care providers to easily send help to patients when their health is at immediate risk. The problem with this kind of remote monitoring system is that most times the patients must be within a specified location to either monitor their health or receive emergency help. This paper presents a potential solution in the form of a global vital sign monitoring system and consists of two components to demonstrate the functionality; a wearable wireless monitoring device that records the temperature and pulse rate of the patient wearing it and a web application, which allows the patient and the emergency response unit to interact together over cellular network.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2017 1st International Conference on Next Generation Computing Applications (NextComp)
PublisherIEEE
Pages169-174
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic)9781538638316, 9781538638309
ISBN (Print)9781538638323
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 24 Aug 2017
Event1st International Conference on Next Generation Computing Applications - Le Méridien Ile Maurice, Mauritius
Duration: 19 Jul 201721 Jul 2017
Conference number: 1
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Conference1st International Conference on Next Generation Computing Applications
Abbreviated titleNextComp 2017
CountryMauritius
Period19/07/1721/07/17
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Patient monitoring
Monitoring
Health
Hospital beds
Health care
Wireless networks
Servers
Wearable sensors
Temperature

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Omoogun, M., Ramsurrun, V., Guness, S., Seeam, P., Bellekens, X., & Seeam, A. (2017). Critical patient eHealth monitoring system using wearable sensors. In 2017 1st International Conference on Next Generation Computing Applications (NextComp) (pp. 169-174). IEEE . https://doi.org/10.1109/NEXTCOMP.2017.8016194
Omoogun, Michelle ; Ramsurrun, Visham ; Guness, Shivanand ; Seeam, Preetila ; Bellekens, Xavier ; Seeam, Amar. / Critical patient eHealth monitoring system using wearable sensors. 2017 1st International Conference on Next Generation Computing Applications (NextComp). IEEE , 2017. pp. 169-174
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Critical patient eHealth monitoring system using wearable sensors. / Omoogun, Michelle; Ramsurrun, Visham; Guness, Shivanand; Seeam, Preetila; Bellekens, Xavier; Seeam, Amar.

2017 1st International Conference on Next Generation Computing Applications (NextComp). IEEE , 2017. p. 169-174.

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Omoogun M, Ramsurrun V, Guness S, Seeam P, Bellekens X, Seeam A. Critical patient eHealth monitoring system using wearable sensors. In 2017 1st International Conference on Next Generation Computing Applications (NextComp). IEEE . 2017. p. 169-174 https://doi.org/10.1109/NEXTCOMP.2017.8016194