Point-of-Care Device and Internet of Things Platform for Chronic Disease Management
The main aim of the project is to develop a new E-health platform incorporating ARM11 processor to support an emerging multidimensional care approach for the treatment of diabetes..
In existing system checking blood glucose levels by using a blood glucose meter or blood glucose test strips that change color when touched by a blood sample in order to manage diabetes. This meter is only having high class people, but low class peoples are not having this meter. Diabetic patients are to check the sugar level in government hospital some man power is needed , so time taken is high to the doctor suggession. This is the drawback of existing system. And Robot assistant is only personal assistant, this is costvice high. So low class peoples are not buying this robot. .
In this paper, we are implementing to government hospital for the purpose of cheking the sugar level for diabetic patients. The ARM11 processor identifies the patient either through a face recognition facility in the processor. Upon successful identification, the microprocessor starts interacting with the patient and how to use the medical devices using video demo. Similarly, the microprocessor attempts to establish a connection with the remote Disease Management Hub(DMH) using the same key subject to its pre-registration at the patient’s profile. If successful, the DMH server returns a unique identifier for the microprocessor that is used in all future communications across the platform layers. This ensures that the patients’ profiles match the patients, so that suggession will be provided from DMH. Then microprocessor will convey the suggestion through audio or visual message..