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International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology
ISSN : 28086422     EISSN : 28086422     DOI : https://doi.org/10.35882/ijahst
Core Subject : Health, Engineering,
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology (IJAHST) publishes peer-reviewed, original research and review articles in an open-access format. Accepted articles span the full extent of the Public Health, Environmental Health, Nursing, Oral and Dental Health, Midwifery, Nutrition, Medical Laboratory Technology, and Biomedical Engineering IJAHST seeks to be the world’s premier open-access outlet for academic research. As such, unlike traditional journals, IJAHST does not limit content due to page budgets or thematic significance. Rather, IJAHST evaluates the scientific and research methods of each article for validity and accepts articles solely on the basis of the research. Likewise, by not restricting papers to a narrow discipline, IJAHST facilitates the discovery of the connections between papers, whether within or between disciplines.
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Design of Reflectance Pulse Oximeter and BPM using the Max30100 Sensor in Early Detection of Hypoxemia in Patients with Cardiovascular Disorders Huang, Chiu-Hua; Guo, Jia-Wei
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November
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Blood oxygen saturation meter is a tool used to monitor the state of oxygen saturation in the blood and also the patient's heart rate (BPM) and to assist in the physical assessment of the patient without going through blood gas analysis. Oxygen saturation measuring devices usually use the difference in the wavelengths of red and infrared led light that will be captured by the photodiode. The purpose of this research is to make a pulse oximeter equipped with a display of SPO2, BPM values ​​and an additional SP02 signal. The design of this measuring instrument uses the MAX30100 sensor, the minimum system circuit of Arduino ATmega328p and OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode). Data from the MAX30100 sensor enters the I2C pin on the minimum Arduino system, then the microcontroller is processed to produce the percentage of SPO2 value, BPM value, and SPO2 signal which is then displayed on the OLED. The test is done by comparing the module with standard measuring instruments which produces the largest % error of 0.81% for Spo2 and 0.87% for BPM. The error presentation is obtained from factor measurements, if there is finger movement it will cause a large error. From the results obtained, the tool is still feasible to use because in the "Guidelines for Testing and Calibrating Medical Devices" Ministry of Health RI 2001, the maximum limit in the pulse oximeter error tolerance is for Spo2 1% and BPM 5%.
Infant Warmer Design with PID Control for Stability and Equal Temperature Distribution Equipped with Digital Scales for Prevention of Hypothermia in Newborns Sharma, Ishika; Singh, Monika
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November
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Babies need temperatures that match the temperature in the mother's womb, which is between 35°C – 37°C. the latest research on infant warmer equipment uses the fuzzy method as a system for temperature control in infant warmers, The problem in previous research is that at each temperature setting, the temperature is not evenly distributed throughout the bed, when it reaches the setting temperature, the heater continues to turn on so that the bed gets hotter. The purpose of this research is to make an infant warmer equipped with digital scales, with temperature settings of 350C,  360C, and 370C using PID control to stabilize the temperature and ensure the spread of heat on the bed evenly, then the addition of skin temperature aims to make nurses know what the patient's body temperature is when observations were made. The infant warmer in this module uses an arduino microcontroller which is displayed in 7segment, then the skin sensor used is the DS18B20 temperature sensor to read the skin temperature, and the infant warmer temperature sensor used is LM35 as a PID control system. The results of the research in making the tool module were compared with the measurement results against the comparator. This research has obtained the results of the smallest error in the measurement of setting temperature of 350C with an error of 0%. For comparison with the incu analyzer, the smallest error is obtained at the setting temperature of 370C with an error value of 0% on the T5 measurement, the difference in skin temperature against the thermometer is 0.10C. The results showed that the temperature spread on the module had different error values. So that this research can be implemented on the PID control infant warmer system to improve performance on infant temperature stability.  
Digital ECG Phantom Design to Represent the Human Heart Signal for Early Test on ECG Machine in Hospital Ardila, Sella Octa; Yulianto, Endro; Sumber, Sumber
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November
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Electrocardiograph (ECG) is a diagnostic tool that can record the electrical activity of the human heart. By analyzing the resulting waveforms of the recorded electrical activity of the heart, it is possible to record and diagnose disease. Given the importance of the ECG recording device, it is necessary to check the function of the ECG recording device, namely by performing a device calibration procedure using the Phantom ECG which aims to simulate the ECG signal. The purpose of this research is to check the ECG device during repairs, besides that the Electrocardiograph (EKG) tool functions for research purposes on ECG signals or for educational purposes. Electrocardiograph (EKG) simulator or often called Phantom ECG is in principle a signal generator in the form of an ECG like signal or a recorded ECG signal. This device can be realized based on microcontroller and analog circuit. The advantage of this simulator research is that the ECG signal displayed is the original ECG recording and has an adequate ECG signal database. ECG This simulator also has the advantage of providing convenience for research on digital signal processing applications for ECG signal processing. In its application this simulator can be used as a tool to study various forms of  ECG signals. Based on the measurement results, the error value at BPM 30 and 60 is 0.00% at the sensitivity of 0.5mV, 1.0mV, and 2.0mV, then the measurement results for the error value at BPM 120 are 0.33% and at the BPM 180 value, the error value is 0.22%. From these results, it can be concluded that the highest error value is at BPM 120 with sensitivities of 0.5mV, 1.0mV, and 2.0mV.  
Luxmeter Design with Proximity Sensor to Efficiently Test Light Intensity and Distance on Lamp Operation in Hospitals Rahayu, Dika Surya Rizky; Mak'ruf, M. Ridha; Syaifudin, Syaifudin
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November
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The lighting of the operating/surgical site depends on the quality of the lighting from the overhead light source and the reflection from the curtain. Light measurement on the operating table is very necessary because it generates light that is irradiated into the cutting wound without dazzling the cutting surface so that pathological conditions can be recognized and must provide depth contrast and anatomical relationships, to ensure this proper calibration method is needed. Long-term use of medical devices can cause changes in accuracy. Therefore, the author makes a tool to measure the intensity of light which is equipped with a distance meter. The purpose of this study was to develop a measuring instrument for measuring the intensity of light in operating lamps, namely a luxmeter by making Luxmeter equipped with a TFT Display Distance Sensor. This tool uses an ultrasonic sensor HC-SR04 to measure the distance between the light source and the sensor module and the MAX44009 sensor to measure the light intensity of the operating lamp displayed on the TFT screen. Based on the module distance setting to the roll meter, the distance error value for the measurement of the Surabaya electromedical engineering workshop lamp at the 75 cm roll meter distance setting is 0.0127% for the 100 cm roll meter distance setting is 0.0045%. The error rate of the light intensity module on the results of the measurement of light intensity on the luxmeter by setting the roll meter distance of 75 cm between the tool and the lamp of the electromedical engineering workshop is getting an error value of 0.082% lux and for the light intensity on the results of the measurement of light intensity on the luxmeter with a roll meter distance setting of 100 cm between the tool and the lamp in the electromedical engineering workshop, that is, the error value of lux is 0.055%. The design of a luxmeter equipped with a proximity sensor can measure the intensity of light and the distance between the tool and the light source and can assist in the learning process with a more effective Luxmeter design that will assist electromedics in testing operating lamps in hospitals to be more efficient.
Nine Channel Temperature Data Logger in Measuring the Effectiveness of the Sterilization Process of Medical Instruments with Dry Sterilization Farola, Nurul Al Istigho; Gumiwang, Her; Sumber, Sumber
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November
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Measuring the temperature on the dry sterilizer is very necessary because the temperature inside the dry sterilizer has the possibility that the temperature is not the same as the temperature that has been set and is displayed on the display. If the temperature in the dry sterilizer does not match the standard setting temperature for the sterilization process, then the sterilization process is said to be imperfect The purpose of this study is to record and monitor whether the distributed temperature in the sterilization chamber corresponds to the setting temperature. The workings of the temperature data logger tool is that the type K thermocouple temperature sensor will detect the temperature which then enters the analog signal conditioning circuit which then enters the ATMegga 2560 which has been given a program and processed in such a way, then the temperature will be displayed on a 4x20 character LCD. Temperature measurement data will be saved to the SD Card every 10 seconds in the form of a TXT file. This research has been used to record 2 sterilizers and compared with the Madgetech OctTemp2000 data logger. Based on data measurements and comparisons, the average error was obtained at a temperature of 50ºC with the smallest error value of 0.7% and the largest value of 3.9%. At a temperature of 100ºC, the smallest error value is 1.6% and the largest is 10.5%. Then at a temperature of 120ºC the smallest error value is 0.0% and the largest is 8.5%. This research can be used to help analyze the distribution of temperature in a room. With these measurement results, it can be said that this study still has afairly high error value at several measurement points.

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