An IoT Secured System Design for Real-Time Health Monitoring of Post-Chemotherapeutic Effects
In current healthcare scenario, it is evident that post- chemotherapy gives side effects like anemia, leukopenia, thrombocytopenia; which require a lot of attention to be paid to, from the side of health professionals. Thus work aims at solving this problem by the provision of constant observation of the various physiological parameters of these individuals vulnerable to health issues using various wearable clinical sensors. Here the proposed work is to implement a server based control unit which directly sends the collected information, using a Wi-Fi, the data will be transmitted to the mobile application without the usage of interposed and transitional device. In the sensing operations, distinct set of sensors like body temperature sensor, blood pressure sensor, and spo2 sensor, the sensed information can be share or exchanged via CC3200 ARM controller where the ARM controller acts as a gateway between the corresponding units. At a certain emergency condition, the health professionals are notified which then compels immediate supportive action to culminate those undesirable effects.
Keywords: Wearable clinical sensors; Post-chemotherapy effects; Server based control unit; Mobile application.