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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


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.
Smart Armband for Early Detection of Hypothermia and Hypoxia with the Location Tracing System during Emergencies Based LoRa on Hikers Raihan Zhifhanur Muhammad; Monika Ayu Puji Anggraini; Andi Nurul Isri Indriany Idhil; Muhammad Yogi Nurrohman; Rafa Raihan Fadilla; Zainul Abidin
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.v2i5.311


Hiking has a dangerous risk of accidents and deaths of hikers. It is caused by health problems, lost, and other accidents. A LoRa-based smart armband was designed to detect hypothermia, hypoxia, and emergencies in hikers based on the above explanation. Furthermore, all activities can be monitored using a web accessed through smartphones or computers. If hypothermia and hypoxia are detected, the smart armband will remind the hiker. The IMU sensor will detect movement orientation and acceleration of the hiker during emergencies to be sent to the hiking post for evacuation. All activity data are stored in a micro-SD for evaluation. From the test results, the armband functioned at temperatures ≤35ºC, air pressure ≤ 560,2 mmHg, and acceleration ≥200 cm/s2. The test results also proved that the armband lasted up to 35 hours