IOT BASED HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM
Health monitoring is a major issue in today’s world. Due to the lack of health monitoring, patients
suffer from serious health problems. Health experts are also taking advantage of these smart devices to keep
an eye on their projects. Here in this project, we will make an IOT based health monitoring system which
records the patient heartbeat rate, body temperature and skin pressure. Heartbeat rate, body temperature
and skin pressure values are recorded over thingspeak and Google sheets so that patient health can be
monitored from anywhere in the world over the internet. We will use Thinspeak to monitor patient heartbeat,
temperature and skin pressure online using internet. We will also use IFTTT platform to connect thingspeak
to SMS so that alert message can be sent whenever the patient is in critical state.
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