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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 5, May 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Breakthrough For Diagnosing Acute Renal Failure Using An Embedded System-Based Design Aided With Pragmatic Spectrophotometry

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AUTHOR(S)

S Sathyadeepa, T Sivakumar, E Murugan

 

KEYWORDS

Absorption coefficient, Creatinine, Chronic Kidney Disease, ESP 8266, Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR), Renal diseases, Spectrophotometry.

 

ABSTRACT

In the modern era, non-communicable diseases are striking the highest rate of premature death worldwide. Apart from cardiovascular disease, diabetics, and hypertension, renal failure (kidney failure) is considered to have a high fatality rate. Creatinine is the waste produced from muscle metabolism which has to be removed from the blood by the kidney. Improper function of the kidney results in the accumulation of this waste in the blood. Embedded system-based design is developed to analyze the creatinine level present in serum and saliva samples. In this research, a standard solution is taken as the reference and with the help of this standard value, the samples are cross-checked. The sole objective of the prototype is to make an amalgamated instrument that helps in not only finding the value but also display them for future reference. The prototype consists of a source (LED), a casing, and a detector (photodiode). The wavelength of LED used in the model is appropriately chosen for the color of the solution. The light from the LED passes through the solution before it hits the detector. It also passes through the sides of the vessels holding the liquids. As more light is absorbed, less light passes through the solution, so the number of photons striking the photodiode varies, the current that gets induced is comparatively different for different light intensities that tend to fall on the photodiode. Finally, the output was processed by the controller and the corresponding values are calculated. The exact creatinine level can be mapped using the basic calculation which perfectly yields the value. Apart from that, the prototype involves IoT (Internet of Things) wherein the creatinine level of the subject with chronic kidney disease (CKD) along with other morbidity gets stored in the cloud using the Wi-fi module ESP-8266 and technicians can access these data anywhere and anytime across the globe.

 

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