Fuzzy Logic Controller of New Strategy of Biomedical Measurements


  • Mohamed Bakry El_Mashade Electrical Engineering Dept., Al_Azhar University https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1852-3286
  • Yahia Zakria Abd Elgawad Electronics and Communications Department College of Engineering, Al-Azhar University
  • Tarek Mahmoud Nasr




Temperature sensor, infrared sensor, pressure sensor, blood pressure, heart beat rate, fuzzy logic control.


Monitoring patient’s condition represents one of the crucial tasks in any biomedical center to ensure the stability of the patient state. Healthcare sector quality demands are exponentially rising. These demands are concerned with designing expert systems for medical diagnosis. Also, the use of fuzzy sets theory in the medical field is to solve some medical problems.  

This paper proposes a simple strategy of bio measurements and its behavior through fuzzy logic model. The proposed design is constructed using three different types of data transfer based sensors and microcontroller.

The fuzzy logic model is designed and practically tested. The generated results are compared to those of the (Omron RS3 - HEM-6130-E Omron mc-246-e) device from OMRON company. Four hundred people aged between 3 and 72 years old were examined by the proposed system. All results are compared using fuzzy logic model in MATLB. Using statistical analysis, the average data measurements for each sensor in the designed device were recorded; the output results were found to be of close enough (less than 1% error) to the reference readings.

The system can be used at home due to its low cost, easy to use, and high accuracy.




How to Cite

El_Mashade, M. B., Abd Elgawad, Y. Z., & Nasr, T. M. (2020). Fuzzy Logic Controller of New Strategy of Biomedical Measurements. International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE), 16(10), pp. 133–150. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijoe.v16i10.13899