Aryanto, Aryanto and Ulvan, Ardian and Ulvan, Melvi (2021) Proportional and Simultaneous Control System Design for Portable Ventilators Based on Internet of Things. In: ULICOSTE2021.

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Abstract. This research is about proportional and simultaneous monitoring of real-time ventilator automation systems based on the Internet of Things. The ventilator has a crucial role in the world of critical health, where its role is a substitute for respiratory function/ventilation for patients with respiratory function disorders. A ventilator is a means of breathing with negative or positive pressure that produces controlled air in the airway so that the patient can maintain ventilation and oxygen administration for a long time. The research method is by adding a breathing sensor per minute to measure the air pressure entering the ventilator, the ESP8266 Module as the controller. The research objective was to combine a simple ventilator system, monitoring with a smartphone in one device (standalone) wirelessly connected without a cable channel. Based on the design of the ventilator breathing apparatus, the tool can be done in real-time continuously for 5 days with breathing per minute onaverage it is 20 breaths per minute (normal human). Keywords: Ventilator, Monitor, Internet of Things, ESP8266 Module

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
Depositing User: M.T Aryanto Aryanto
Date Deposited: 11 Nov 2021 02:52
Last Modified: 11 Nov 2021 02:52

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