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Design Of Automatic Monitoring System For Transfusion

Biqing Li and Zhao Li ()
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Biqing Li: School of Information and Communication Engineering, Hezhou University, Hezhou Guangxi 542899, China.
Zhao Li: Management Engineering Department, Guangxi Vocational and Technical College of Communications, Nanning Guangxi 545000, China.

Acta Electronica Malaysia (AEM), 2018, vol. 2, issue 1, 7-10

Abstract: Infusion is a basic method in the treatment of the patient treatment of disease. Nowadays most of the main hospital to artificial monitoring transfusion process, when the liquid infusion. If the patient’s bed unattended, or the medical staff can not arrive in time to take measures to rescue, the patient may face danger at any time, so in the face of this problem, put forward a kind of automatic monitoring system based on Bluetooth technology. This system mainly uses STC89C52 microcontroller as the core of the process of infusion set and monitoring, and the use of Bluetooth wireless communication technology to transmit monitoring data, it not only eliminates the cable connection, reduce the engineering, the monitoring system becomes more compact and portable, the infusion therapy becomes more intelligent and convenient and higher safety in the process of transfusion. Of course, to change and to its use, can also be used in other monitoring field, so the design and implementation of this system has practical significance cannot be ignored for the intelligent development.

Keywords: Transfusion; Bluetooth; STC89C52; Controlling and monitoring. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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DOI: 10.26480/aem.01.2018.07.10

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