COVID-19 Patient Health Monitoring System

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Anurag Tatkare 1,* Hemangi Patil 1 Tejal Salunke 1 Shreya Warang 1 Dipak Marathe 1

1. A.C. Patil College of Engineering, Kharghar, 410210, India

* Corresponding author.


Received: 20 Jul. 2021 / Revised: 2 Aug. 2021 / Accepted: 27 Aug. 2021 / Published: 8 Oct. 2021

Index Terms

Heart beat rate (BPM), Blood Oxygen (SpO2), Pulse Oximeter, Temperature sensor, Internet of Things (IoT), Blynk.


The system proposed can be used to regular checkup of the COVID patients while maintaining the social distancing. Also, the data sensed by the sensors is directly sent to doctor, reducing the cost of paying regular visits to doctor. The Iot platform used in the system helps to transfer the real time patient’s data remotely to host device. Daily health record can be maintained and can be viewed easily on graphs charts ease for doctors to see any abrupt changes in oxygen level or rise in temperature. To track the patient health micro-controller is in turn interfaced to an LCD display and wi-fi connection to send the data to the web-server (wireless sensing node). In case of any abrupt changes in patient heart-rate or body temperature alert is sent about the patient using IoT. This system also shows patients temperature and heartbeat tracked live data with timestamps over the Internetwork.

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Anurag Tatkare, Hemangi Patil, Tejal Salunke, Shreya Warang, Dipak Marathe, " COVID-19 Patient Health Monitoring System ", International Journal of Engineering and Manufacturing (IJEM), Vol.11, No.5, pp. 48-55, 2021. DOI: 10.5815/ijem.2021.05.05


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