Developing a Low-Cost IoT based Remote Cardiovascular Patient Monitoring System in Pakistan
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Keywords:Cardiovascular, ECG, Cloud Computing, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate
Several issues with conventional cardiovascular monitoring devices are intended to be addressed by a low-cost IoT-based remote cardiovascular patient monitoring system. These difficulties include the high cost of conventional devices, poor accessibility, and the requirement for repeated trips to the doctor. The system enables patients to remotely monitor their vital signs and receive real-time notifications in case of any irregularities, making it a more affordable and accessible option than traditional monitoring equipment. As a result, patients will require fewer trips to the hospital, increasing accessibility and convenience of healthcare. In case of any irregularities or trends that call for medical attention, the system also provides continuous monitoring, ensuring prompt care. The low-cost IoT-based remote cardiovascular patient monitoring system has the potential to revolutionize the way healthcare is provided, particularly in situations with limited resources. It does this by offering patients with cardiovascular problems constant, affordable, and accessible monitoring. Additionally, it can lessen the strain on medical facilities, freeing up resources and enabling healthcare professionals to concentrate on cases that are more urgent. This system is therefore necessary due to the drawbacks of conventional monitoring devices, and it can address the issues of limited accessibility and cost-effectiveness by giving patients a more practical and effective way to monitor their vital signs and receive prompt medical care.
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