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Internet of things and cloud controlled remote health management system in telemedicine for healthcare facilities

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Telemedicine, one of the most well-liked and quickly evolving medical applications, enables patients and the general public to access better and quicker medical care. To enable the process of acquiring detailed information indicative of our physical and mental health for the optimum patient health monitoring, networked sensors are either wearables or implanted in our everyday environments. This project provides a detailed explanation of the methodology used as well as a number of design factors that should be taken into account when developing a patient health monitoring system. This method records the patient's vital signs, such as their heart rate and temperature, and sends an alert to the desired smartphone app.The proposed system is primarily intended for the countryside Indian population who suffers from hypertension and hypotension. It is also programmed to detect pre-cardiac arrest situations so that people in remote areas can take precautions and seek help from a medical or healthcare unit. Biomedical and photo-electronic sensors are employed to record the input parameters, with the analytical portion being handled by a computer. Live server demonstrations of the outcomes are made.


K.Balasubadra, V.Prasanna Srinivasan, J.Umamageswaran Internet of Things and Cloud controlled Remote Health Management System in Telemedicine for Healthcare Facilities. Cardiometry; No.26 February 2023; p.-; DOI: .; Available from:


Telemedicine,  Remote Patient Monitoring System,  IoT,  Cloud server,  Healthcare units
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