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Physiological Parameter Monitoring using RFID and GSM based Automated Alert System

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.8, No. 2)

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Page : 2135-2139

Keywords : Physiological parameters; RFID and GSM Module;

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This states that community-based healthcare is increasingly important for the well-being of inhabitants of emerging economies. Here we are taking in account of the students health analysis. This Project is to escalate the existing Indian education system to the next level by means of smart card and smart band technology, which will digitalize, monitor and record students health parameters such as body temperature, pulse rate, in a students database, which could be accessed by a single Smart Identity Card system using smart band. The vital information such as the history of academic and accounting details, health related issues, basic details of the student will be stored in a database. If any abnormality in the student health parameter is said to be found, then the notification is sent to the institutions medical center, management and as well as parents. These parameters will be used to study the health change of the student. All these actions are linked with the students Identity card. The RFID tag used in the ID card will grant the database access. The goal of an RFID-backed healthcare solution is to enable easy and reliable identification of individual patients, maintain more accurate medical records, facilitate better healthcare, and enhance the quality of life that are remote from a central medical facility. This can also reduce the workload of the hospital facilities. It may also help to improve the efficiency of the central medical facility, allowing it to focus resources on cases that require attention that is more specialized and care.

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