Prototipo de un dispositivo para la medición automática de señales fisiológicas para asistir al diagnóstico y seguimiento de pacientes con COVID-19

Translated title of the contribution: Prototype of a Device for the Automatic Measurement of Physiological Signals to Assist the Diagnosis and Monitoring of patients with COVID-19

Karla Llanos, Christian Landi, Fernando Yupa, Paola Vasquez, Ismael Criollo, John Calle-Siguencia, Fernando Urgilés-Ortiz, Ana Cecilia Villa-Parra

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Abstract

This article describes the design, construction and preliminary results of a device to automate the measurement of physiological signals to assist in the diagnosis and monitoring of COVID-19. The device uses a system to controlling linear actuators to turn on/off certified biomedical instruments, in addition to algo-rithms for image recognition of displays with measure-ments of temperature, oxygen saturation, pressure and heart rate. The system also includes a mobile ap-plication, which receives data in real time and creates a database for medical evaluation. Results obtained with the device have demonstrated to provide a high percentage of efficiency in the data acquisition. After several trials with users, SUS and PSSUQ tests were applied to allow verifying the users’ feedback regard-ing the satisfaction and usability of the prototype, with high score, showing the good acceptance of the device from the users.

Translated title of the contributionPrototype of a Device for the Automatic Measurement of Physiological Signals to Assist the Diagnosis and Monitoring of patients with COVID-19
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)49-58
Number of pages10
JournalIngenius
Volume2022
Issue number27
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2022

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