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A Secure Mobile Patient Criticality Analyzer for Judging Illness Using Smart Device


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1 VIT University, India
2 School of Computing Sciences, VIT University, India
3 Saveetha University, Chennai, India
     

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Medical Practitioners usually score the criticalness of the patient by ticking in a scoring sheet. Generally, everything is done manually and once in a month the details are entered into the hospital server. The doctor has to read these data of each patient by personally visiting them daily. In this paper, we help the doctors in getting regular updates on the patient’s condition using the Short Message Service and Hyper Text Transfer Protocol service. The Details such as ECG, Pressure, and Sugar level are entered through the mobile phone by a patient attendee. The user enters the details and sends it to the server. Server calculates the criticalness and sends entire log to the doctor on timely basis. Along with the illness score, the daily case sheet form is also sent to the server and stored, enabling the doctors to access critical data and act accordingly during emergency, even in their absence in the hospital. The system is vulnerable and prone to treats and false calls, in order to rectify, a XML Digital Signature scheme is added for sender and message authentication. The XML DSIG scheme will enable secure mobile implementation of data sent from and to the system.

Keywords

Early Warning Score, Glasgow Coma Scale, Mobile Phone Programming, Remote Monitoring, Xml Digital Signature.
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Authors

Balamurugan Balusamy
VIT University, India
P. Venkata Krishna
School of Computing Sciences, VIT University, India
Nalini Priya
Saveetha University, Chennai, India

Abstract


Medical Practitioners usually score the criticalness of the patient by ticking in a scoring sheet. Generally, everything is done manually and once in a month the details are entered into the hospital server. The doctor has to read these data of each patient by personally visiting them daily. In this paper, we help the doctors in getting regular updates on the patient’s condition using the Short Message Service and Hyper Text Transfer Protocol service. The Details such as ECG, Pressure, and Sugar level are entered through the mobile phone by a patient attendee. The user enters the details and sends it to the server. Server calculates the criticalness and sends entire log to the doctor on timely basis. Along with the illness score, the daily case sheet form is also sent to the server and stored, enabling the doctors to access critical data and act accordingly during emergency, even in their absence in the hospital. The system is vulnerable and prone to treats and false calls, in order to rectify, a XML Digital Signature scheme is added for sender and message authentication. The XML DSIG scheme will enable secure mobile implementation of data sent from and to the system.

Keywords


Early Warning Score, Glasgow Coma Scale, Mobile Phone Programming, Remote Monitoring, Xml Digital Signature.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.36039/ciitaas%2F4%2F7%2F2012%2F106871.267-272