Design of Smart Phone Monitoring System of Insulin Pump
Keywords:GSM, Design, Arduino, Monitoring
Insulin pump is an important electronic device that provides automatic insulin delivery. It has assisted many diabetics around the world to be able to live an orderly life by regulating blood sugar levels. There are many problems that occur due to high glucose levels such as foot problems and eyes problems. This paper presents the design of insulin pump using GSM wireless technology to monitor the pump operation. This paper aims to provide continuous monitoring of glucose concentration by establishing a direct connectivity between patients and their physicians or even their relatives using a wireless monitoring system. The system has a simple structure that generally consists of a drive circuit, motor and controller device. The proposed design delivers a predefined dose of insulin automatically. The system is simulated and verified in different operation cases such as the normal conditions when the pump functioning properly, where the glucose concentration is always within the allowable level and also tested when an error occurrs in the pump, where the glucose concentration becomes more or less than the normal level. All results reported in this paper and all monitors transmitted GSM messages are accurate. The results revealed that the design of the insulin pump and the wireless monitoring system worked properly and had good performance.
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