Predictive Analysis of Postpartum Haemorrhage And Hypothermia Using Wearable Device
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2260-2264
AbstractPostpartum Haemorrhage is the loss of blood in excess of 500 ml during vaginal or caesarean deliveries. Based on the amount of blood flow, PPH is classified into two types primary and secondary PPH. primary PPH will occur within 24 hours of delivery which may lead to immediate death and secondary PPH will occur after delivery or up to 6 weeks of delivery. It is more difficult to find a PPH in earlier stage, so pregnant women are exposed to excess blood loss which causes them to suffer and die.This project mainly focuses on the symptoms and detection of postpartum haemorrhage and hypothermia. It provides a life-saving product model which is affordable, easy to wear and highly comfortable. It also elaborates the health issues faced by women during and after child-birth.Initially, a low- cost prototype model is built which has sensors to measure and record temperature, blood pressure, pulse rate, sweat and fast heart beat.Based on the mere success rate, it is then built as a product-based model which provides more accurate and highly efficient result that helps for maternal issues and decrease in the morbidity rate.
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