DESIGN OF WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK FOR MONITORING INTENSIVE HEALTH CARE ROOM

Authors

  • M. M. Abdulwahab Gezira University
  • I. S. Mohammed Alnour College of Science and Technology
  • L. A. Al-Siddiq Alnour College of Science and Technology
  • S. I. Abdullah Alnour College of Science and Technology
  • K. A. Ahmed Alnour College of Science and Technology

Abstract


Wireless  monitoring systems are  promise technologies which are used in different fields such as industry, agriculture and medical fields. Chronic diseases has been recently increased dramatically in all over the world .Thus an effective health monitoring system (HMS) became required to provide good service system able to cover the crowded of patients. Wireless monitoring system became very useful technique for some diseases such as COVID-19,which reduce the spread of the virus and protect the medical staff. This paper presented a design of wireless monitoring system based on Arduino controller. The design aimed to give high quality and quick service in critical stages with advanced medical facilities. The design  was simulated and tested in different operation cases. The proposed HMS system provides real time monitoring of patient  health  parameters such as blood pressure, heart rate, blood planning and blood sugar. The proposed  design consists of four medical devices connected to work together simultaneously, and the device displays the patient data continuously. The received measurements of the sensors transmitted wirelessly via XBee module to an interface page which designed using visual basic language to provide central monitoring of all the patients rooms. The obtained results were all corrects and achieved the objectives of the paper.

Author Biography

M. M. Abdulwahab, Gezira University

Associate professor

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Published

2022-06-30

How to Cite

M. M. Abdulwahab, I. S. Mohammed, L. A. Al-Siddiq, S. I. Abdullah, & K. A. Ahmed. (2022). DESIGN OF WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK FOR MONITORING INTENSIVE HEALTH CARE ROOM. Journal of Engineering and Technology (JET), 13(1), 33–44. Retrieved from https://jet.utem.edu.my/jet/article/view/6131