Designing IoT-Based Independent Pulse Oximetry Kit as an Early Detection Tool for Covid-19 Symptoms

Project Code :TEMBMA3283


The main objective of this project is to know COVID symptoms earlier for avoiding its spread


The pandemic caused by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus has affected countries all across the world, heavily burdening the medical infrastructure with the growing number of patients affected by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). With ventilators in limited supply, this public health emergency highlights the need for safe, fast, reliable, and economical alternatives to high-end commercial devices and has prompted the development of easy-to-use and mass-producible ventilators. Here, we detail the design of the Emergency Ventilator System. The device performs ventilation through mechanical compression of manual resuscitators and includes control electronics and an external data visualization and monitoring unit. We demonstrate its suitability for open loop, pressure- and volume-controlled ventilation. The system has not undergone clinical testing and has not been approved for use as a medical device. The project documentation needed to reproduce the prototype is freely available and will contribute to the development of open-source ventilation and health monitoring systems.

Keywords: Arduino, Node MCU, Pulse Oximeter, Ventilator

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Hardware Requirements:

  • Arduino Nano
  • NodeMCU
  • Pulse Oximeter
  • LCD
  • Motor Driver
  • DC Motor
  • BVM Bag

Software Requirements:

  • Arduino IDE
  • Embedded C
  • Fritzing

Learning Outcomes

  • Arduino pin diagram and architecture
  • NodeMCU pin diagram and architecture
  • How to install Arduino IDE software
  • Setting up and installation procedure for Arduino IDE
  • Introduction to Embedded C
  • Commands in Embedded C
  • Basic coding in Embedded C
  • Working of Pulse Oximeter Sensor
  • How to interface Pulse Oximeter Sensor with NodeMCU?
  • How to interface NodeMCU with Arduino?
  • Working on Motor Driver
  • How to interface Motor Driver with Arduino?
  • Working on DC Motor
  • How to interface DC Motor with Arduino?
  • Working on Power supply
  • About Project Development Life Cycle:
    • Planning and Requirement Gathering (Hardware components, etc.,)
    • Hardware development and debugging
    • Development of the Project and Output testing
  • Practical exposure to:
    • Hardware tools.
    • Solution providing for real time problems.
    • Working with team/ individual.
    • Work on Creative ideas.
  • Project development Skills
    • Problem analyzing skills
    • Problem solving skills
    • Creativity and imaginary skills
    • Testing skills
    • presentation skills
    • Thesis writing skills

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