Smart Vest for Monitoring and Support of Medical Staff

GRIN Verlag
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Scientific Essay from the year 2012 in the subject Medicine - Other, Army Public College of Management & Sciences, course: Telecom Engineering , language: English, abstract: This project is about the design and implementation of highly cost effective smart vest for electronic prescribing and administration system to control medical errors, prescribing errors, administration errors and for medical staff assistance. The idea is based on wearable robotics and computing technologies which is an emerging technology now a days. The vest is designed to convert medical process in the field of automation where tasks are highly precise and perfect to prevent the medical errors in hospitals and convert the whole data based into a cloud which can be accessed by medical staff and doctors at any time and will be updated automatically after each medical or diagnosis process. This project “Smart Vest for Support and Monitoring Medical Staff” is a kind of electronic jacket, which can be used for reducing medication errors. By the help of smart vest we have automated the hospital wards, reduced the burden on the nurses and doctors and ensured the safe and proper medication of the patients. The orthodox method used in hospitals is that patient’s record and history is maintained on paper, nurses and doctors can easily commit errors because of this kind of database. However the developed countries have come up with the idea of medication cart which after further improvements can become robot to reduce medication error which could operate automatically without the help of any human being. However this smart vest after further enhancements can become more efficient and even then it would require nurse etc which means empowering the staff only, this would not reduce the humans, and man power would be used efficiently. This system thus suits the social requirements of our country. The detailed description of the hardware and software is also included in the report.
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Publisher
GRIN Verlag
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Published on
Mar 13, 2012
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Pages
6
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ISBN
9783656151074
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Language
English
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Genres
Medical / General
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