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Volume - 3 | Issue - 4 | december 2021

Smart Medical Nursing Care Unit based on Internet of Things for Emergency Healthcare
S. Ayyasamy   353  261
Pages: 305-316
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Ayyasamy, S. (2021). Smart Medical Nursing Care Unit based on Internet of Things for Emergency Healthcare. Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Capsule Networks, 3(4), 305-316. doi:10.36548/jaicn.2021.4.003
Published
26 November, 2021
Abstract

Recently, the development and integration of various sensor control with smart intelligent unit is used in medical field through IoT. However, there is still a lot of space for growth in the medical and health industry's use of new technology. The traditional nurse care unit is managed through medical staffs, and the expanding medical demands creates the hospital’s patients records to be updated inefficiently. Since this is now an urgent need, developing a realistic, smart medical nursing care unit at low cost with a system capable of facilitating the effective and convenient administration of medical staff has taken a new significance. The proposed framework, conducted in the analysis to monitor medical records and activities of the emergency care unit patients, functions as a nurse and gives patients the nurse care satisfaction. The patients' actual location may be obtained for the first time by cloud computing based smart system. The precise location of the patient is critical to rescue the patient in emergency situation. This research work illustrates that the intelligent nurse care unit is the main phase called Smart Medical Nursing Care (SMNC). It contains several sensor units and by the combination of many sensors in the sensor module, it takes very less reaction time to connect or communicate both sides i.e., between patients and medical staffs.

Keywords

IoT Smart medical care Zigbee global positioning system LTE network technology Web server

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