Development of electrocardiogram intelligent and wearable monitoring system-assisting in care

Manjunathan Alagarsamy, Jemin Vijayaselvan Mariyarose, Nithya Devi Shanmugam, Joseph Michael Jerard Vedam, Mary Dallfin Bruxella Joseph, Kannadhasan Suriyan


The primary factor contributing to the high mortality rate in our country is coronary heart disease, which affects almost 50% of people from rural regions. Internet of things (IoT) contributes effectively to the development of point of care (POC) gadgets that support the medical upkeep of an expanding agricultural population. An electrocardiogram test is crucial for analysing cardiac disorders. Therefore, we must develop a POC piece of hardware to assess the health of the heart in an affordable manner and to design it for the patients without interfering with their daily regular procedure in order to monitor the patient's coronary heart disease. As a result, we must design an uninterrupted workbench, which consists of three main integrated parts. The first is a mobile Bluetooth low energy device that has 5-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) surveillance equipment and the smallest form factor. The smart phone Android application that inherits, resolves, and maps the data sent from the ECG device comes next. The patient's information and report details are then compiled on a cloud server for the doctor's future attribution needs.


Arduino; Electrocardiogram; Monitoring system; Point of care devices; Wearable devices

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International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems (IJRES)
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