SURVEY ON TRACKING OF DEMENTIA PATIENTS BASED ON DIVERSE METHODS

Author(s):
N.R.Vishnu Priya, Jeppiaar Engineering College; Dr.P.Jesu Jayarin ,
Keywords
Dementia Patient Monitoring, Location Tracking, GPS, Hardware devices
Abstract
One of the common problems face by elderly people is Dementia, and the people affected by this Disease is escalating as compared to the past. People suffering from Dementia and Alzheimer’s face many challenges in their day to day routine and their families and caretakers face major difficulty to monitor them. The Dementia patient has symptoms like loss of memory, change in behavior, and change in character, forgets to do their everyday tasks, forgets their environment and they will not even respond to their name being called. This survey mainly focuses on the methods and techniques used for monitoring Dementia Patients. This paper includes a survey on how the different types of methods are used to monitor Dementia patients. This paper also includes the location tracking of the Dementia Patients if they are lost, and using different techniques like Bluetooth device, GPS, Hardware Devices using which the patients can be tracked, So that the patient can be tracked quickly and safely. There are many devices available to monitor the Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease and this paper includes the different types of devices, algorithms and techniques used for monitoring the patients. 
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Other Details
Paper ID: GRDCF002028
Published in: Conference : International Conference on Innovations in Engineering and Technology (ICIET) - 2016
Page(s): 118 - 121
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