UGC approved journal IJNRD Research Journal

An International Open Access Journal |   ISSN: 2456-4184 |  IMPACT FACTOR: 5.57

Call For Paper

Issue: November 2020

Volume 5 | Issue 11

Impact Factor: 5.57

Submit Paper Online

Click Here For more Details

For Authors

Forms / Download

Editorial Board

Subscribe IJNRD

Facts & Figure

Impact Factor : 5.57

Issue per Year : 12

Volume Published : 5

Issue Published : 54

Article Submitted : 637

Article Published : 380

Total Authors : 996

Total Reviewer : 550

Total Pages : 79

Total Countries : 24

Visitor Counter

Indexing Partner

Published Paper Details
Authors Name: Rajkumar Kalimuthu , Elijah kakusa
Author Reg. ID:
Published Paper Id: IJNRD1802003
Published In: Volume 3 Issue 2, February-2018
Abstract: Internet of Things (IoT) is the emerging paradigm, which contains huge amount of smart object and smart devices connected to the internet for communicating with each other. The patient monitoring system has been developed using IoT technology to monitor health conditions for chronic diseases such as heart attack among others and serve the data to the cloud where it will be accessed remotely through different analytics applications on IoT android phones and other wearables. The data from different sensors will be sent to the cloud through cloud platform. The data from the cloud can then be visualized and analyzed by the dashboards, the IoT compatible android phones and the specially designed mobile and desktop applications. In this way, the user can easily view the data and interpret it so that required actions be taken. Therefore, the main purpose of this system is to provide real time health data that will keep the doctor of a patient and other guardians updated, so that proper actions are taken in time when special attention is needed from a remote distance. In this way, sudden deaths due to unmonitored health conditions of home based patients, the old, children, the disabled will be reduced as the same will be closely monitored. In addition to this, the system will help to stabilize the economic status of the affected family, since they will be able to do some other work while following up the health status of their sick.
Keywords: Healthcare, Internet of Things, Wireless sensor, Body Area Network, Pulse rate
Cite Article: "IoT BASED HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM ", International Journal of Novel Research and Development (, ISSN:2456-4184, Vol.3, Issue 2, page no.8-12, February-2018, Available :
Downloads: 00040536
Share Article:

Click Here to Download This Article

Article Preview

ISSN Details

DOI (A digital object identifier)

Providing A digital object identifier by DOI


Conference Proposal

Latest News / Updates

Open Access License Policy

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License

Creative Commons License This material is Open Knowledge This material is Open Data This material is Open Content

Important Details

Social Media