CERTAIN INVESTIGATIONS ON HUMAN HEALTH MONITORING USING WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
Author’s Name : Pavithra | S Prabhu | T Raguvaran | S Suruthisurya | Mrs R Jayanthi
Volume 02 Issue 04 Year 2015 ISSN No: 2349-2503 Page no: 22-28
The current paper presents an monitoring system for elderly people, which can transmit information on physiological signals and falling events to a healthcare center at any time and from any place. To detect simultaneously the occurrence of any falling event, as well as the relative electrocardiogram (ECG), oxygen and temperature is monitor of the user, the patient is sensed and transmit to the authorised user. If the patient is fall down means the air bag will protect the patients from the accidents and it send the signal to the hospital and the authorised person
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