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 Title & Authors
Implementation of Movement Detection System for Patient on Bed
Baec, Sung-Ho; Jeon, Min-Sik; Ko, Bong-Jin;
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 Abstract
This paper suggests detection system for the movement of patient on bed based on IEEE802.15.4 by using pressure pad and guard sensor. The system is designed to detect ordinary activities of patients on bed as well as patients' falling from the bed while sleeping at night. The node that is installed at bed sends data to gather when the pressure pad and sensor of guard detect patients' activities and falling. These data sent to gather are transmitted to monitor at help desk by TCP/IP communication. To remove unnecessary data that occurred due to switch chattering during tossing and turning, timer of MCU is used. Also, Communication module can change transmission power to apply this system to various environments of hospital room. Therefore, the nurse can take care of patients on bed in real time with data about patients' conditions.
 Keywords
Pressure pad;Guard sensor;Monitoring system;Falling;TCP/IP;
 Language
Korean
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