Sensor Based Model for Patient Health Monitoring in Remote Area

  • Ms. Deepali B. Karhale, Dr. Suryakant B. Thorat


Nearly 32% of adult deaths worldwide, and also in India, are due to cardiovascular diseases caused by heart and blood vessel disorders, according to World Health Organization (WHO) analytics. That includes numerous cardiac disorders, this includes heart disease, rheumatic heart disease, cerebrovascular disease (stroke), coronary artery disease, congenital heart disease, hypertension, and heart failure. According to latest projections, India will soon have the maximum number of heart disease cases in the world. Sensor modules are associated with a single miniaturized minimum effort regulator in the proposed design, which has the ability to handle and send constant signals produced by the biosensors via the patient's telephone or by other methods. This type of ongoing knowledge can help specialists locate and address issues prior to the remote tragedy of the patient.”