The IUP Journal of Telecommunications
Human Health Monitoring System Using IoT Applications

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Pub. Date : Jan' 2021
Product Name : The IUP Journal of Telecommunications
Product Type : Article
Product Code : IJTC20221
Author Name : Keshav Sharma* and Pawan Kumar Dahiya
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Subject/Domain : Arts & Humanities
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No. of Pages : 13



Nowadays, Internet of Things (IoT) makes everything interconnected and perceived as the succeeding specialized rebellion. There are numerous applications of IoT such as smart automation at home, smart city, smart vehicle parking, in various agriculture fields, industrial automation process and health monitoring system. In human health monitoring system, IoT makes health equipment more effective by permitting real-time intensive care of patient health, in which various sensors take statistics of the patient and diminish humanoid error. IoT is emerging as a most important platform for numerous amenities and applications. In IoT, health monitoring system monitors patients health remotely outside the hospital settings. This system continuously uploads patients report on cloud system which helps the doctor to study in detail the variations in the patient's health conditions. Remote health monitoring structure is totally built on Global System for Mobile (GSM) network. By means of this system, the time period of both doctor and patients is saved; in addition, the surgeon can also assist in an emergency situation. The paper describes various techniques of human health monitoring system using IoT devices. Raspberry Pi and FPGA platform are mostly used to set up a platform for human health monitoring.


The impressive evolution of Internet of Things (IoT) affects the ecosphere. Remote-based medical monitoring system easily monitors and diagnoses human health with the help of various sensors like heart frequency, human body temperature, human body motion, and breathing rate. Nowadays, human health complications are growing day-by-day at a very high stride. The increasing death rate is an immense matter for all concerned (Vivek et al., 2017). To reduce these death rates, we propose and implement the wireless sensor technology which includes various wireless sensors to collect patient's body temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, Electrocardiogram (ECG) and respiration rate. In modest terms, IoT can be distinguished as a wireless system device which is associated with each other to share material and data in order to interconnect and generate innovative data so as to store and analyze it for immediate use. IoT, in the arena of human healthcare monitoring structure, correspondingly plays a most important role in providing effortless results to doctors and patients.


Biomedical signal processing, Body vital sign, Cardiovascular disease, Hypertension, Respiratory rate, Remote patient monitoring

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