• Yuvaraju M
  • Divya D
  • Abirami A



Arduino Uno, Electrocardiogram(ECG), Global Positioning System(GPS), Global System for Mobile Communication(GSM).


The design of proposed system is based on a smart real time system health care to monitor the patients suffering from blood pressure, chronic diseases and for aged people who resides in their home. In this system is mainly to eliminate the need of a PC and to develop the system probably to reduce the cost. The smart phones create many opportunities to improve health monitoring and many technologies are developed every year with large scale adoption. The system was developed to monitor the non-invasive signs such as temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, and to detect smoke in atmosphere the gas sensor is used and if the patient fallen down to detect fall detection accelerometer. The proposed system consists of an Arduino controller, GSM 900A, android application. The monitored values are always sent through the smart phones and it detects the normal and abnormal state. The buzzer indicates it when it is abnormal state and can be passed to particular member through mobile android application by using gps/gsm module. The patient can be monitored through mobile phones by doctor and need not to visit to home place for the monthly check-up. The doctor monitors the patient health condition through the android application and ECG waveform generated by graphical tool through jelly bean.


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Author Biographies

Yuvaraju M

Assistant Professor, Department of EEE, Anna university Regional campus, Coimbatore, TamilNadu, India.

Divya D

Assistant Professor, Department of EEE, Anna university Regional campus, Coimbatore, TamilNadu, India.

Abirami A

PG Scholar, Department of EEE, Anna university Regional campus Coimbatore, TamilNadu, India.


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