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Mostafa Bastam

Mostafa Bastam

Academic rank: Assistant Professor
Education: PhD.
Faculty: Faculty of Technology and Engineering
Phone: 35305114


Health monitoring of covid-19 patients using IOT
healthcare technology; body sensors; microcontrollers; medical devices; health monitoring; remote monitoring
Researchers Nawfal Al-Hanon(Student)، Ehsan Ataie(PrimaryAdvisor)، Mostafa Bastam(PrimaryAdvisor)


As one of the fundamental sides of modern living, health care is now often interrupted, which results in many patients dying. In most hospitals, patients are seen by the doctor during any shift, including morning and evening ones. The patient's life may be in jeopardy if their condition deteriorates to the point of being critical during that time. Therefore, an acceptable built-in system that continuously checks the patient's health should be supplied to avoid this crucial predicament. Numerous studies and investigations have been conducted to check the patient's condition or even remotely continually. On the other hand, monitoring healthcare has gotten much simpler with the usage of IoT devices as the Internet of Things (IoT) has extended and developed and allows for mobility at any time or location. This project aims to create a complete and integrated system that can transform sensor data from peaceful places (such as electronic bracelets) into real-time therapeutic feedback and regulate patient organ performance. The equipment will rationally alert the doctors or nurses and take corrective action to save the patient's life if any measured parameters are abnormally high or low. This technology transmits the data using a cloud monitoring system over the Internet. The outcomes prove how effective this system has run.