Smart Health Record for ECG Data and Its Classification for Atrial Fibrillation using NFC card

Miss. Yashanjali Sisodia, Dr.Kishor wagh


Current increasing in population has lead to in-crease in number of patients hospitals .Today biggest task for the doctors in hospital is to maintain retrieve the patients data. The data maintaining is a crucial task all over the world various methods or technologies are implied to maintain data. Thus understanding the current problem this system is proposed to retrieve data at faster rate in an easy way by using NFC card. The system is introducing smart health record for patients data(normal,pvc, heart patient, etc.) based on reports classification is processed. ECG results are shown on graph. For precision results random forest algorithm is used. System also detects Atrial fibrillation automatically from signs recorded utilizing an unobtrusive bed-mounted vibration sensor. Mainly system is focused to provide accurate data detection also maintains accurate patient history. System also retrieves data at faster rate whenever doctor needs patient’sdata,as only patient has to carry NFC card. Data can be stored retrieved from cloud server which will be designed for system. Index Terms—NFC,patient, health, data.

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