Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Wearable Sensors


Health Monitoring Wearable Device Using Internet Of Things

R. Vani; D. Subitha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 395-400

The hospitalization of the victims suffering from certain diseases depend hugely over keeping an eye on the information repetitively. New wearable devices and technologies for this purpose are discovered to enhance the continuous monitoring of systems. This newly developed approach is recognized as body-body communion. Using the human body, we can convey various information, data and signals. Practicing this newly developed approach eradicates the existing complex structures which are composed of cords and wires. This makes it uncomfortable for the patient for prolonged hours. This increases the difficulty in critical patients especially the patients which tend to require immediate and timely assistance by the doctors and nurses. In this system, sensors are implemented on the body of the patients’ which regularly keeps an eye on the needed parameters. There are five respective sensors which are being used in this system. They are heart rate sensor, ECG sensor, respiratory sensor, humidity sensor and dust level sensors. Therefore we are able to determine the requirements and needs of the patient almost immediately and accurately. Information which is gathered is relocated from an intermediate network to a hospital. This can later be analysed on the respective customized gadgets and equipments or saved in the victim’s electronic database. Doctors are then able to interpret the problem by making use of the collected information, and can come up with a method of prescription and medication required. This is very helpful in reducing the time and complexity in the prescription planning and analysis. This helps to save a lot of time in preparing a treatment plan and to redeem medical reserves.

An Efficient Authentication Scheme for IoT based WBANs

S. Jaganathan; M.A. Raja; C.Santha Kumar; S. Velmurugan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2878-2884

Due to the quick headway of remote advancements, remote body region systems (WBANs)
have gotten broad consideration from the general population as of late. IoT-based WBANs are intended
to give life support significantly by observing the essential body boundaries and the general situations of
human bodies. These sensors gather the constant natural data, for example, circulatory strain, pulse and
beat of a patient and afterward send the data through cell phones, for example, an information sink to a
distant clinical worker. In light of the got data, the specialists and other clinical specialists can give
appropriate diagnostics to the patients. They are utilized to give appropriate and opportune clinical
diagnostics and invited method for electronic social insurance frameworks.