Analysis of Wearable Sensor Electronics and Wireless Health Monitoring Systems


  • Karrar Hussain Associate Professor Department of ECE CVR College of Engineering Ibrahimpatnam, Ranga Reddy District, Telangana
  • Peddinti Neeraja Assistant Professor Department of MCA, Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College ,Tirupati
  • Bibin K. Jose Associate Professor, PG & Research Department of Mathematics,Sanatana Dharma College Alappuzha, Kerala, India
  • Ch. V. Sivaram Prasad Department of Mathematics ,Basic Science Humanities, Aditya Engineering College,Surampalem Kakinada
  • S. Selvaraju Associate Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Vinayaka Mission’s Kirupananda Variyar Engineering CollegeVinayaka Mission’s Research Foundation Deemed to be University Salem, India
  • Ananya Bhargavi Kodali6 UG Student -Computer Science Arizona State University Arizona, USA


Health system, wireless, Patients, Wearable Electronics


Due to the way we live today and problems with ageing, diseases are on the rise dramatically. Healthcare systems must adapt to the evolving needs of medical conditions. Current health monitoring systems must meet a number of criteria, including being portable, power-efficient, user-friendly, and others. Such systems and gadgets can now be created thanks to the quick development of technologies like wireless, embedded, nanotechnology, and others. In this work, we conducted a survey of several wireless protocols. Investigating how people and machines interact in mobile environments has been one of the most important scientific endeavours in recent years. In this project, we'll look at ways to make use of current technologies to create an eHealth system for people with heart disease. Patients should be able to communicate with their doctor through this method, eliminating the need for frequent clinic visits.


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How to Cite

K. . Hussain, P. . Neeraja, B. . K. Jose, C. V. . S. . Prasad, S. . Selvaraju, and A. . Bhargavi Kodali6, “Analysis of Wearable Sensor Electronics and Wireless Health Monitoring Systems”, Int J Intell Syst Appl Eng, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 148–152, Feb. 2023.



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