• Question: would some of the devices you make help disabled people?

    Asked by nissanboi to Sanjeev on 3 Mar 2020.
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      Sanjeev Kumar answered on 3 Mar 2020: last edited 8 Mar 2020 5:40 pm

      I work on the development of wireless health monitoring devices, and yes, the devices we make can be very handy for a disabled person.

      Suppose a disabled person is ill, and he regularly needs to provide his health-related parameters (such as blood sugar or oxygen level, body temperature, blood pressure and heart rate) to a doctor.

      If the disabled person has a sensor-based wireless health monitoring device, he can easily take the measurements of the health parameters and send the measured data to a hospital. The doctor then can take the required action and provide necessary recommendations to the patient.

      Thus, the disabled person will not have to travel to the hospital all the time.