The Smart Healthcare Initiative: Blood Glucose Prediction with Wireless Sensor Network

Saniya Ansari and Neeta Desai

By considering the local healthcare centers/hospitals/clinics, the high-tech workflow solutions will be needed always exclusively in Pandemic or epidemic scenarios. Hon'ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi has laid out over 20 challenges for India’s scientists to solve at ISC 2020. Diagnostics is the most notable scientific issue as well as societal, one among them. This study focuses on the utilization of wireless sensor networks and RF technologies to identify several approaches to a problem that affects critically ill patients. According to the survey, by 2030 in India alone, 87 million people are expected to suffer from Diabetes. Wireless sensor network-based intelligent patient monitoring systems are primarily concerned with improving the quality of life for diabetic patients. System anticipates that the work will advance the management of sugar level, the temperature and pulse rate with good sensitivity. The main objective of this suggested approach is to create a trustworthy embedded system that will benefit Patients as well as doctors. The proposed system comes with the inbuilt insulin pump which monitor and control various parameters like Temperature, Blood glucose and Pulse Rate and helps to providing a Prompt service for Diabetes patients.

Volume 11 | Issue 5

Pages: 663-668