IOT Base Monitoring Systems for ICU of Buraimi Hospital


Author(s): Nadir K.Salih* and Eshtiag A Abd Elrhman

There have been attempts to use modern technology in numerous sectors to improve the quality of human life as technology has improved and sensors have been miniaturized. The healthcare sector is one of the key areas of research where the technology has been adopted. People who require healthcare services find it prohibitively expensive, especially in developing nations. As a result, this initiative is an attempt to address a contemporary healthcare issue in society. The research major goal was to create a remote healthcare system. It is divided into three sections. The first component involved employing sensors to detect the patient's vital signs, the second involved transmitting the data to cloud storage, and the third involved delivering the detected data for remote viewing. A doctor or guardian can monitor a patient's health status while they are not in the hospital by accessing the data remotely. The Internet of Things (IoT) concepts have been widely employed to connect accessible medical resources and provide patients with smart, dependable, and effective healthcare. One of the paradigms that can use the IoT advantages to improve the patient's lifestyle is health monitoring for active and supported living. I demonstrated an IoT architecture tailored for healthcare applications in this paper. The goal was to come up with a Remote Health Monitoring System that could be created with locally accessible sensors and would be economical if mass produced. As a result, the suggested architecture gathers sensor data via the Raspberry Pi microcontroller and relays it via the WIFI model to a location where it is processed and analyzed for remote viewing. When having notifications in case of any crises, the Feedback actions appear in the IOTGECKO program.