Design and Implementation a System for Monitoring the COVID19 Patients Based on the Internet of Thing Applications
Keywords:, Internet of Thing (IoT), COVID-19, Health system, EPS32, Raspberry Pi, MQTT.
The Corona Virus (COVID-19) was spread in about 215 countries in 2019. The number of people affected by the epidemic has increased dramatically. Iraq is one of the countries affected by the Coronavirus. Hundreds of Iraqi doctors have died because they contact directly with patients. One of the most serious challenges is the high rate of conduction through contact with people infected with this virus. The impact of the coronavirus can be reduced by using one of the advanced technology methods. The internet of things (IoT) is one of these applications. This paper shows that the role of smart surveillance in reducing the risks of covid-19. To avoid face-to-face interaction, physical contact, and maintain social distancing, the smart monitor is designed in this paper. It is used to monitor the health parameters that are affected when infected with covid-19, such as heart rate, oxygen level, blood pressure, and body temperature in real-time and remotely. This will reduce the workload, workload on the medical staff, and reduce the infection with the covid-19.
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