A Technology Analysis of Wearable Sensors for Monitoring Healthcare System

Ashreetha, B. and Gowda, V. Dankan and Das, Santosh and Shekhar, R. and Hariram, Venkatesan (2023) A Technology Analysis of Wearable Sensors for Monitoring Healthcare System. In: Recent Progress in Science and Technology Vol. 5. B P International, pp. 113-125. ISBN 978-81-19102-15-0

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Access to quality health care is fundamental to maintaining physical and mental well-being in modern society. If you want to enjoy life's luxuries, you need to take care of your body. It's a fact of life that everyone will, by pure chance, need medical attention. The value of health care cannot be overstated. Recent research has shown that the cost of health care using conventional methods is prohibitive for the average person. Those who cannot afford proper medical attention either have to suffer through their conditions or make sacrifices in their health by choosing less expensive therapies. Wearable sensors have the potential to revolutionise the health care industry by allowing for convenient and inexpensive health monitoring. This article depicts the shift from the standard method of monitoring vital healthcare indicators to the use of wearable sensors. Wearable sensors are attempting to set the groundwork for hopeful results in the medical industry thanks to technological improvements.

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Date Deposited: 02 Oct 2023 04:48
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