Instead of giving up the entire electronics, mechanical and IoT projects because of lack of lab space, @Ashish_Pardeshi you suggested a wonderful way out. Who knows, by the time the digital fabrication is ready, we may be able to source resources and some of us may be able to get into a lab. We should assume the availability and complete the plan process as clearly as possible. e.g. even to get the items to procure is not possible without a proper plan, and all that is part of the project experience. Thanks for you detailed note.
Respected sir, may I know can we build IoT disease predictor which checks for all possible symptoms of a particular disease,predicts the probability of person getting affected and also suggests precautions?Thank you
How does this work? What symptoms does it detect? Did you check the IoT thermometer project posted by @Ashish_Pardeshi. Other than temperature, which other features can we sense?
Five vital signs also knowns as observations (obs) are very important physiological observation to be measured and also monitoring it’s trend with time.
For example: if heart rate is going up
If temperature is going up
If blood pressure going down
Such trends are very important because it indicates the direction of travel of patients condition and how it is evolving.
The Five vital signs are:
- Pulse Rate
- Respiratory Rate
- Blood pressure
Infact I am working on design and development of IoT pulse rate and SPO2 measurement that is basically IoT Pulse Oximeter and soon will publish its process documentation which involves components (sensor, computing platform, etc) selection, designing it’s circuits and PCB layout using KiCad and also designing it encloser using FreeCad.
So one idea can be designing a portable device providing the measurements of these five vital signs with IoT enabled.
Or you can also initially take one or two vital signs such as temperature, pulse rate and SPO2 or any other combinations or even initiate with single sign and design an IoT system around them.
The most important thing is the chart also known as vitals chart or observation (obs) chart which required to be filling with these five vital signs readings on timely basis. For example after the first measurements next measurements to be taken and filled after 2 hours, then again after 3 hours and so on.
So here integrating IoT element can actually generate these charts automatically and provides data visualization in the forms of graph and using other widgets.
This is just the small thoughts from my side you can also read and think more on this and can also add your ideas and opinions
Also looking forward for everyone responses, correction, modification and discussion.
Happy Exploration !