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Title: System and method for monitoring and preventing tumble
Other Title: 跌倒监测和预防系统及方法
Authors: Zheng, YP 
Zhao, W
Zhou, Y
Zhang, Z
Li, D
He, J
Issue Date: 7-Jul-2013
Source: 中国专利 ZL 200910221324.7
Abstract: The invention relates to a system for monitoring and preventing tumble, which comprises equipment for monitoring and preventing tumble, a server provided with a data analysis model, and an electronic receiving terminal. The equipment for monitoring and preventing tumble comprises a sensor unit, an analog-digital converter, a microcontroller, the peripheral circuit of the microcontroller and an expansion module which are successively connected. The invention discloses a method for monitoring and preventing tumble, which can be used for monitoring a wearer in real time by comprehensively analyzing the information such as the movement data, the environment data, the physiological parameters, the location data, pictures and the like, particularly can be used for monitoring whether old people are in the dangerous condition of the tumbling or nearly tumbling, and emitting an alarm signal in the dangerous condition. The records about the amount, frequency, type and time of tumbling or nearly tumbling accidents can be generated according to the information, so that caregivers can provide a better suggesting and preventing method for patients. Because the analysis is carried out by simultaneously utilizing the current data and the previously recorded data, the system provided by the invention can be used for monitoring and preventing the occurrence of tumbling accidents more accurately.
Publisher: 中华人民共和国国家知识产权局
Rights: 专利权人: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
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