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Scirj Volume IX, Issue III, March 2021 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

The Digital Clinic: A New Developed way for diagnosis and medication

Hossam Mohamed Abdelfattah Saber, Yousef Ahmed Mahmoud Sobhi

Abstract: When it comes to health, we see an evident carelessness from individuals in their health regulation that might interrupt their daily life routine and make them prone to dangerous diseases or even death. The reasons behind this wrong behavior are simple: people do not have time to care about their health due to heavy workload. Moreover, costly, complicated checkups contributed to that action as well. Health-Related research found that approximately 2000 people died monthly because of their medical negligence. As a result, this issue must be treated with a low-cost and efficient solution. In turn, this solution has to provide a formatted environment for patients or individuals to give enough care of their health insurance. Our initial idea is to construct a highly efficient health application that helps people track and monitor their health data and give them guaranteed tips to improve their health state to avoid bad habits or myths. The visualization of data in the android application provides the user with a comprehensive conclusion that devoid of any complexity. By using an integrated network of sensors controlled via microcontrollers, it is now possible to process those data without any difficulty. This system can sense body temperature, humidity, blood pressure, glucose rate, and respiration rate.

Reference this Paper: The Digital Clinic: A New Developed way for diagnosis and medication by Hossam Mohamed Abdelfattah Saber, Yousef Ahmed Mahmoud Sobhi published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume IX, Issue III, March 2021 Edition, Page 23-26 ".

Search Terms: JavaScript, Heart rate, Temperature sensor, Healthcare apps, Arduino

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