Title: "RFID -GSM Based Vehicle Authentication System "
         

Page(s): 63-67
Authors: Pinky Mary Sunny,Sreejith Hari Kumar,Toms Mathew,Tinu Cyriac,Mr.K.M.Abubeker

Abstract

Abstract: Modern healthcare systems, despite all its breakthroughs and giant leaps of innovations still struggle to achieve an effective response that above all, rises to be a time-effective technique to treat patients. Through this paper, we introduce a system that strives to integrate the existing medical techniques with innovations in electronics and present them on a common platform, thus enhancing the effectiveness and doctor-patient interaction experience. The domain of implementation of this project is NI LabView. The basic building block of programs written in LabVIEW is VI. VI stands for virtual instruments. It is similar to a function or subroutine in other programming language. It includes the front panel (containing controls and indicators), the block diagram (containing control terminals, wires and structures and various other object nodes), the VI’s icon and its connector pane (as well as compiled executable code which is hidden behind the scenes). The various blocks for ECG generation and its signal processing steps including wide band noise removal and base line wandering reduction has been achieved on LabVIEW. Monitoring of this signal and mechanisms in case of atrial depolarization (beginning of heart attack) and other atrio ventricular problems have also been set up. Monitoring and alarm mechanisms for irregularity in BP have been implemented. The patient’s body parameters are updated into a mainframe database called EMR (Electronic Medical Report) on a real-time basis. The NI LabView 2013 simulator provides a single platform to integrate different VI module executions.

Index Terms— LabVIEW, ECG, NIBP