Multipurpose Wearable Device for Monitoring of Patients Well-being

Problem Statement

Design and develop a disposable wearable device that can record personnel particulars, and collect vital sign information such as heart rate, body temperature, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, etc. It should be able to function as an alerting system, e.g., fall detection, as well as an indoor and outdoor tracking system.

 

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