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Digitalized Wireless Oxygen Level Monitoring Device

Jose Arnel A. Liwanag | Kenneth Jan L. Ramos | Jefferson G. Ultado

Discipline: Engineering



The main purpose of the study was to allow easy monitoring, through wireless communication, of the current condition of oxygen tanks in hospitals to avoid malfunctions that would compromise the health conditions of patients.

The study was made using experimental development and descriptive approaches. The digitalized wireless oxygen level monitoring device had five evaluators for functionality testing in terms of oxygen level monitoring and failure detection.

Findings of the study revealed satisfactory results on the following: (a) accuracy of monitoring the oxygen level content, (b) wireless sending of data, and (c) evading errors in operation.