Design and Development of a Wearable Device to Monitor Vital Signs of Preggers

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As the growth of the technology rises day to day but still we cannot able to overlook any wearable device which is the friendliest one for pregnant women. Our proposed system is a wearable device which monitors the health condition of expectant mothers’ and transmits data to the respective physician especially in rural areas. With these kind of real time wearable systems, doctors are able to provide higher quality medical services and more personalized healthcare to these women. This health monitoring system would allow a pregnant woman to interact with a physician with almost full functional capability. Preventive measure taken by continuoushealth monitoringof patient from early stages and guidance to avoid prenatal risks is the prime objective of this system. It is only applicable after 16 weeks of pregnancy. The health monitoring device constantly measures the body temperature and heartbeat of the womb and whenever there are fluctuations from the normal value it sends the information to gynecologist at remote place through GSM.The usage of these advanced technologies for pregnant women’s care facilitates optimal care to them and thereby pregnancy period mortality can be reduced substantially.




Hema*, L. K. … Reddy., L. (2019). Design and Development of a Wearable Device to Monitor Vital Signs of Preggers. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(2), 5212–5214.

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