Idea Details

Team and Contact Details

SNo Student Name School Degree Year Email
1Muhammad TayyabSEECSUndergraduateFourth14beemtayyab@seecs.edu.pk
2Hamza Rizwan GhauriSEECSUndergraduateFourth14beehghauri@seecs.edu.pk
3Rana Muhammad ShahzaibSEECSUndergraduateFourth14beershahzaib@seecs.edu.pk

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Idea Details

Idea Name: MAPCOD
Slogan: Care You Believe In!
Startup Domain: Good healh & well-being
Abstract:
    MAPCOD is a non-invasive, wearable device for monitoring of chronic patients. The target of this device is the real-time monitoring of Blood Pressure(BP), Heart Rate(HR) and Respiration Rate(RR).
What is the unmet need in society that your idea will fulfill ?
    Heart disease, stroke,hypertension,cancer and chronic lung disease, are collectively responsible for almost 70% of all deaths worldwide.Chronic patients usually need caretakers around them.Many deaths have occurred during patient's slumber or due to negligence of caretaker.
Who needs it ? How many would benefit ?
   It can be used for chronic as well as for general patients in hospitals and homes for continuous monitoring. Doctors work will be made easy by the transmission of patient condition through mobile Application.
How will the solution works
    In our proposed solution, a single device with the help of PPG sensors will measure the parameters i.e. heart rate, blood pressure and respiration rate. Signal analyzation and the threshold setting will be done through signal processing techniques.In case of any emergency, caretaker will get informed through an Alarm. Continuous transmission of the health condition parameters will be done through mobile Application for analysis by the doctor.
Who are your competitors ? How is your solution different
    BP, HR and RR are measured separately by devices that are isolated from eachother are comparatively bigger.No device has all three parameters integrated into it. our solution integrates all health condition parameters into a compact and a portable device for precise measurement using a single sensor
Status: Approved
Entry Date & Time: 2017-12-15 (2309)