MONITOREO DE SIGNOS VITALES USANDO IoT (MONITORING OF VITAL SIGNS USING IoT)

José Ignacio Vega Luna, Mario Alberto Lagos Acosta, Francisco Javier Sánchez Rangel, José Francisco Cosme Aceves

Resumen


Resumen

Se presenta un sistema para monitorear los signos vitales de una persona desde la Internet. El objetivo fue reportar a un servidor ubicado en la nube los signos vitales de un paciente: presión arterial, ritmo cardiaco, temperatura y frecuencia respiratoria. Fue realizado para que personal médico realice el diagnóstico del estado de salud de personas que vivan solas o en lugares apartados y brindar atención oportuna. El sistema se compone de tres módulos: el colector de signos vitales, la interfaz de comunicación inalámbrica y la interfaz de usuario. El colector de información transmite el valor de los signos vitales a la plataforma de IoT ThinkSpeak y la interfaz de usuario permite visualizar el valor de los signos. Si alguno de los signos alcanza el umbral establecido, se transmite un SMS y un mensaje de WhatsApp a un teléfono móvil. El alcance del sistema fue 48 metros al punto de acceso.

Palabras Claves: Internet, presión sanguínea, ritmo cardiaco, signos vitales, WiFi.

 

Abstract

This paper presents a system to monitor the vital signs of a person from the Internet. The objective was to report to a server located in the cloud the vital signs of a patient: blood pressure, heart rate, temperature and respiratory rate. It was made for medical personnel to diagnose the state of health of people living alone or in remote places and provide timely care. The system consists of three modules: the vital signs collector, the wireless communication interface and the user interface. The information collector transmits the value of the vital signs to the ThinkSpeak IoT platform and the user interface allows you to visualize the value of the signs. If any of the signs reaches the set threshold, an SMS and a WhatsApp message is transmitted to a mobile phone. The range of the system was 48 meters to the access point.

Keywords: Blood pressure, heart rate, Internet, vital signs, WiFi.


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