DOI: https://doi.org/10.15587/2312-8372.2018.128802

Development of hardware and software of the complex for hypoxytherapy

Volodymyr Slipchenko, Liubov Poliagushko, Viacheslav Kotunov

Abstract


The object of research is medical hardware and software for carrying out hypoxytherapy. One of the more problematic areas is the automation of assessing the condition of hemodynamics and the patient's respiratory system during sessions.

During the development of the complex for carrying out hypoxytherapy, modern hardware (oxygen, carbon dioxide, pulse oximetry, etc.) and software methods for filtering signals are used. When developing software for medical staff, modern tools and programming technologies (C#, MySql, CLIPS) are used.

A fundamentally new automated software and hardware complex designed to diagnose and treat patients is obtained. This is due to the fact that the proposed complex has a number of features for the implementation of its main blocks. In particular, the automated workplace of a specialist in hypoxytherapy is a dynamic expert system that receives data from the microcontroller in real time during sessions, so expert evaluation is done immediately. The system has a complete knowledge base for assessing diagnostic sessions and procedures for patients who already have developed hypoxia (e. g., with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and without it.

This ensures:

  • the possibility of obtaining the values of the patient's condition indicators (heart rate, blood saturation, respiration volume, respiratory rate, minute respiration volume) and the composition of the inhaled gas mixture (concentration of oxygen and carbon dioxide);
  • provision of expert evaluation of the patient's condition.

In comparison with the known hypoxicators (Borey, AltiPower, CellAir One, ReOxy, etc.) developed hypoxicator provides such advantages:

  •  automated diagnostics and evaluation of the effectiveness of hypoxytherapy course;
  • small overall dimensions for convenient use even at home;
  • low and affordable cost of the complex for private and public hospitals, polyclinics, medical centers and sports complexes.

Keywords


automated software and hardware complex; expert system; diagnostics of the patient's condition during hypoxytherapy

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