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Journal : International Journal Of Science, Technology

A Multifunction Infant Incubator Monitoring System with Phototherapy and ESP-32 Based Mechanical Swing Fadilla, Rafa; Andi Nurul Isri Indriany Idhil; Monika Ayu Puji Anggraini; Ajeng Kusuma Dewi; Mochammad Rofi Sanjaya; Muhammad Yogi Nurrohman; Rahmadwati
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 1 No. 4 (2020): November
Publisher : International Journal of Science, Technology & Management

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v1i4.93

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Many infant mortality rates are due to premature events. Premature babies are at high risk for hypothermia and hyperbilirubinemia. To overcome this, an incubator can be used as a warmer and light therapy as blue light therapy for yellow babies. However, both medical devices have still been found using manual control. If the health worker is tired of working and manually controlling both devices, it can put the baby at risk. Multifunctional infant incubator based on ESP32, which is an infant incubator equipped with phototherapy and a mechanical swing. This multifunctional baby incubator has the ability to warm the baby's body, the baby yellow light therapy, and can calm the baby when crying. This tool can be monitored remotely using the Internet of Things (IoT). The sensors used are the DHT22 sensor and the sound sensor. Multifunctional baby incubator can make it easier for hospital or basic health care facility level to monitor baby's health in real time without being at the device location and the resulting data can be stored neatly.
IoT-Based Personal Protective Equipment Monitoring System to Prevent the Risk of Dehydration in Health Workers for COVID-19 Pandemic Fadilla, Rafa
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 5 (2021): September 2021
Publisher : Publisher Cv. Inara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i5.320

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The extraordinary case of Covid-19 has made health workers the front line in handling it. To prevent the risk of contracting, health workers must use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as protection. PPE that must be worn for at least 5 hours a day and is waterproof makes users experience much sweating. If not prevented, health workers can be exposed to dehydration and even death. Based on the explanation above, PPE has been designed that can cool IoT-based health workers. Also, all activities can be monitored remotely via the WEB, accessible via a smartphone or computer. In addition to WEB, data can be displayed via the LCD. The DHT22 sensor and the airflow sensor will detect the hazmat's temperature, humidity, and airflow. Furthermore, the tool is also equipped with UVC rays that can clean the air from microorganisms. Activity data will be stored in cloud storage, which is helpful as an evaluation material and reference for health workers' health progress. From the tests' results, the tool will function when the temperature and humidity follow the setpoint.