Design of Wireless Vital Signs Monitoring System for Indoor Monitoring Activity

 
 
 
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    Patient vital signs monitoring is an important activity in medical field, the situation in real medical facility usually does not allow for continuous monitoring. In a medical facility such as hospital or health care center, the patients outnumbered the staffs which makes it difficult to focus on each patient at a time. This problem can decrease chance to efficiently and effectively detecting medical condition. In this paper, we propose a wireless vital signs monitoring system, where multiple patients can be monitored at the same time. The system consists of two parts: Sensor Device to detect and measure patient's vital signs and Monitor Device to present the sensors' measurement result. We use ZigBee protocol for data transmission between devices. We compare our system to previous work to showcase the advantages of our work. We present the performance results related with the ZigBee communication and the display of Graphical User Interface (GUI). The results show that the system is capable of carrying out vital sign monitoring in indoor scenario with interactive measurement display that can help monitor multiple patients simultaneously.

     

     


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    indoor monitoring, measurement, vital signs, wireless, ZigBee.

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Article ID: 26866
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.44.26866




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