Self-health Monitoring and Reporting System for COVID-19 Patients Using CAN Data Logger

Uttam U. Deshpande (Department of Electronics and Communication Engg., KLS Gogte Institute of Technology, Belagavi, Karnataka, 590008, India)
Pooja Hulajatti (Department of Electronics and Communication Engg., KLS Gogte Institute of Technology, Belagavi, Karnataka, 590008, India)
Shraddha Suryavanshi (Department of Electronics and Communication Engg., KLS Gogte Institute of Technology, Belagavi, Karnataka, 590008, India)
Vrunda Balgi (Department of Electronics and Communication Engg., KLS Gogte Institute of Technology, Belagavi, Karnataka, 590008, India)

Abstract


In the evolving situation of highly infectious coronavirus, the number of confirmed cases in India has largely increased, which has resulted in a shortage of health care resources. Thus, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare- Government of India issued guidelines for the ‘Home isolation of COVID-19 positive patients’ methodology for asymptomatic patients or with mild symptoms. During home isolation, the patients are required to monitor and record the pulse rate, body temperature, and oxygen saturation three times a day. This paper proposes a system that can request data from the required sensor to measure the pulse rate, body temperature, or oxygen saturation. The requested data is sensed by the respective sensor placed near the patients’ body and sent to the CAN data logger over the CAN bus. The CAN data logger live streams the sensor values and stores the same to an excel sheet along with details like the patient’s name, patient’s age, and date. The physicians can then access this information.


Keywords


COVID-19;Home isolation;CAN protocol;Data logger;MAX30102;Health-monitoring

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jcsr.v3i3.3487

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