Remote monitoring of heart rate and music to tune the heart rate

Published on Apr 23, 2015
· DOI :10.1109/GCCT.2015.7342748
Sagar R Mohana1
Estimated H-index: 1
(RVCE: R.V. College of Engineering),
H. V. Ravish Aradhya7
Estimated H-index: 7
(RVCE: R.V. College of Engineering)
In the present world scenario health is of a major concern. The heart rate forms a vital measure of a person's health. It helps to monitor the body's present condition and hence provide ways to improve it, if there are any ailments. Presently the heart rate of a person is measured using equipment like stethoscope and electrodes which require the person to be present physically. In current scenario, people or public is realizing too late to receive serious medical care when things are non-invertible. On the other hand access too many medical equipment is difficult and expensive. In order to overcome these drawbacks a system that remotely monitors the heart rate is required and to play music depending on the heart rate to accolade work out regimes. The main objective of this paper is to design and develop a system that remotely monitors the heart rate and to play music depending on the tune of heartbeat to compliment exercise regimes. A pulse sensor circuit is designed to obtain the heart beats per minute (bpm). The output of the sensor is sent to the Arduino Ethernet shield's web server. People can monitor physical status of the patent remotely from the web. The heart rate is obtained from the heart rate sensor. Based on the heartbeat obtained the Arduino is programmed to play a music accordingly. In order to play a music Arduino is connected to the Audio shield, which plays music depending on the human heart rate, the heart rate of the patient can be viewed by entering the IP (internet protocol) address of the client's Arduino Ethernet shield on the web browser. It is observed that the obtained heart rate will have a maximum error value of 2 bpm and music are played using Arduino audio player depending on the heart rate.
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