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JCR. 2020; 7(1): 619-623


Mr. Kamal Bhatia, Ms. Priya Rajput.

Heart rate is one of the most important health parameter that is directly related to human
cardiovascular system. Heart rate can be described as the number of times the heart beats per minute. This paper
describes the development of microcontroller based heart beat monitoring system. Heart rate is utilized by
medical professionals to diagnose and track medical conditions of a person. It is also use by individuals like
athletes who are interesting in monitoring there heart beat during a run in order to acquire maximum efficiency.
Eating unhealthy food or a change in lifestyle has increased incidents related to heart and vascular diseases.
Furthermore, nowadays more and more heart problems are being diagnosed in younger patients paper described
how a single-chip microcontroller used to detect the heartbeat rate in real-time and also, it also permits doctors
to get reading of heart beat and location of the patient by GSM every twenty-four hours. The system discussed
read, stores and analyze the heart beat in real time. The hardware and software design are oriented in a singlechip microcontroller based system thus minimizing the size.

Key words: Microsystems, microcontroller, real time, heart rate monitoring, GSM, GPS.

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