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Rutuja Rajendra Shitole , Modern Education Society's College of Engineering; Pooja Narendra Rade, Modern Education Society's College of Engineering; Priyanka Bhaurao Lokhande, Modern Education Society's College of Engineering; Shikha Laxmikant Jaiswal, Modern Education Society's College of Engineering


Internet of Things, Sensors, Raspberry Pi, Machine Learning, Health Monitoring System


A medical system should give better medical amenities to individuals wherever in an inexpensive and enduring comfortably manner. Recently, the health-care system is going to change from an old approach to a new patient centered approach. In the old way the doctors perform the main role. For necessary analysis and advising they prerequisite to visit the patients. The two basic problems related to this approach, very first the doctors compulsory should present at place of the patient for 24 hours and second, in the hospital, patient remains admitted, wiring connected bio-medical instruments to bedside, for extensive span of time. The patient friendly approach has received to resolve these problems. This subject, the patients know with learning and data to predict a more dynamic part in illness conclusion, and avoidance. The imperative component of this subsequent approach is a solid and promptly accessible patient monitoring system (PMS). Health is the globally challenging thing for human beings. World Health Organization (WHO) says the highest achievable standard of health is an important right for a single. One can secure his lifetime income by maintaining his health. Healthy persons can reduce burden on the already overloaded sickbays, clinics, and medical specialists and decrease the job load on the public safety contributions, governmental or non-governmental centers and networks. To become human being healthy, a readily easy going current health-care system is essential.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I120001
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2019
Page(s): 51-54

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