SISTEMA DE MONITORAMENTO DE TEMPERATURA CORPORAL HUMANA UTILIZANDO SOFTWARE EMBARCADO E TEMPO REAL BASEADO EM COMPUTAÇÃO UBÍQUA

Douglas C. P. Alencar, Daniel P. R. Lima, Erick S. Koda, Luciano Paranhos, Marcelo Nogueira, Rodrigo C. Lossio

Abstract


Due to overcrowding in Brazilian hospitals, medical errors are common when it comes to diagnosing patient. This may happens for the simple fact that there are not enough professionals in hospitals or because high cost of support equipment. With modern wireless devices it is possible to implement technologies to support lots of areas, including the medical one. Through a literature research, we found out that: ubiquitous computing is a branch of computing that has as a principle to allow human-computer interaction is increasingly present in the users lives. This area has presented important advances in recent decades due to the development of experimental techniques and discoveries of new branch in computational structures, demonstrating the relevance of the theme. Therefore, it was designed a system for monitoring human body temperature using embedded and real-time software based on ubiquitous computing, to assist and support the decision of the medical staff. Index Terms - Embedded and Real-Time Software, Physical Computing, Temperature Monitor, Ubiquitous Computing.

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