Internet of Things based Portable Ventilator using Arduino Nano to Monitor Patient Health

Authors : Dr. S.K. Pahuja; Vinod Kumar Singh

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 8 - August

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- We create a low, simply built prototype for a medically portable ventilator that could be used in mass casualty and pandemic conditions without delay. It takes use of already available manual resuscitators that are easily accessible and a regulated pneumatic enclosure (AmbuBag). The AmbuBox provides equipment that is easy to tackle the issues currently present in the reduced cost ventilator designs, AmbuBox offer a wide range that is simple to set up and use while retaining a longer life span and high-precision flow control. The result was the creation of a surplus AmbuBox prototype that was authorized for use in a bench test set using a lung simulator. This gadget will be put through clinical testing to learn more. The prototype device's capacities was defined in terms of peak flow and varied from 0.2 to 1.6 I/breath based on the overall tidal volume/min range. For ordinary respiration, the constructed device may provide a maximum flow rate within 2.02 and 32.32 l/min at an exploration of new to inspiratory of new ratio E:I = 2:1. The experimental gadget can detect around 10 and 40 breaths per minute (bpm). Patients with severe breathing issues or higher E:I ratios of 2:1 were estimated to breathe within 4.04 and 64.64 liters per minute (l/min), whereas patients with modest breathing issues or E:I ratios of 1:1 were estimated to breathe within 3.03 and 48.48 liters per minute (l/min).Lastly we measure body temp, heart rate and SPO2 level using Arduino and IOT.

Keywords : Ambu Bag, Servo Motor, Respiratory Rate.


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