Analysis on Smart Healthcare Monitoring Based on Compound Dimension

Authors

  • B Vennilapriya Meenakshi College of Engineering
  • C Bennila Thangammal R.M.D. Engineering College image/svg+xml

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4108/eetpht.10.5266

Keywords:

Health jacket, e-Health Apparel, Wearable Sensors, Remote Health Monitoring, vital signs, Smart fashion

Abstract

INTRODUCTION: Life expectancy has steadily increased in the majority of countries over the last few decades as a result of vast improvements in medical care, public health initiatives, and individual, community hygiene practices as well.

OBJECTIVES: An effective and inexpensive alternative to institutional care was remote health surveillance, which relies on non-invasive and wearable sensors, actuators, and modern statement and information technology to allow the elderly to remain in their familiar homes.

METHODS: With the use of open-source software, widely accessible minimal chipsets, and remote data warehouses for storing, this study details the design and construction of e-health apparel for health monitoring.

RESULTS: By utilizing these devices, medical professionals will be able to track vital signs in real-time, evaluate patients' status, and provide feedback even when they are physically located in a different facility. The next step included creating a wearable system and the garment platform it would be used on.

CONCLUSION: More features were implemented in the form of a smartphone application. This research has potential application in broadening the scope of wearable healthcare systems by investigating the role of apparel in this area.

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01-03-2024

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Vennilapriya B, Bennila Thangammal C. Analysis on Smart Healthcare Monitoring Based on Compound Dimension. EAI Endorsed Trans Perv Health Tech [Internet]. 2024 Mar. 1 [cited 2024 Apr. 21];10. Available from: https://publications.eai.eu/index.php/phat/article/view/5266