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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 13 2021 | None
ADVANCEMENTS IN PARKINSON'S CARE: DESIGNING A WIRELESS EMG MONITORING SYSTEM FOR MUSCLE ACTIVITY DETECTION IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE MANAGEMENT
MUTTUNOORI NAVEEN, AMUDALA RISHITHA, MADARAPUMANISHA
Pages: 1295-1299
Abstract
The majority of Parkinson's disease patients have resting tremors, which are becoming more common among the elderly. Patients who require medical treatment and must take their medications as prescribed must attend the clinic on a regular basis. The project's goals are to diagnose Parkinson's disease with an EMG sensor, save the data to the cloud, and provide a patient help button, a buzzer, and medication notifications to the patient or caregiver. It is vital to recognize the problem and take prompt action to resolve it. The suggested system includes an Arduino microcontroller, an ESP8266 WiFi module, an EMG tracker for Parkinson's disease monitoring, and a Blynk app for setting up warnings. Electromyography (EMG) is a medical examination that evaluates the state of muscles and nerve cells. These cells create electrical signals that drive muscles to contract or relax. EMG interprets these impulses and displays the results graphically or numerically.Electrical muscle stimulation (EMG) testing is frequently used by doctors to diagnose muscle or nerve disorders. EMG sensors are also used in muscle-controlled electronic systems like robotic arms and servo motors.
Keywords
Electromyography (EMG), Data transmission, Surface EMG electrodes
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