- Volume 2 Issue 1
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Remote Monitoring of Patients and Emergency Notification System for U-Healthcare
- Lee, Jun (Dept. of Intelligent Robot Engineering, Mokwon University) ;
- Jang, Hyun-Se (Dept. of Intelligent Robot Engineering, Mokwon University) ;
- Yang, Tae-Kyu (Dept. of Intelligent Robot Engineering, Mokwon University) ;
- Seo, Yong-Ho (Dept. of Intelligent Robot Engineering, Mokwon University)
- Received : 2013.03.10
- Published : 2013.05.31
This study proposes a remote monitoring of patients and emergency notification system with a camera and pulse wave sensor for U-Healthcare. The proposed system is a server client model based U-Healthcare system which consists of wireless clients that have micro-controller, embedded-board for patient status monitoring and a remote management server. The remote management server observes the change of pulse wave data individually in real-time sent from the clients that is to be remote-monitored based on the pulse wave data stored by users and divides them into caution section and emergency section. When the pulse wave data of a user enters an emergency situation, the administrator can make a decision based on the real-time image information and pulse rate variability. When the status of the monitored patient enters the emergency section, the proposed U-healthcare system notifies the administrator and relevant institutions. An experiment was conducted to demonstrate the pulse wave recognition of the proposed system.
Embedded System;Pulse Rate Monitoring;Server-Client Communication;Emergency Detection and Notification
Supported by : National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF)
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