Heart Rate and Body Temperature Tracking Application Based on Fuzzy Logic
Temperature and heart rate are indicators of health. It is necessary to monitor heart rate and body temperature to prevent the spread of a virus or disease. In most cases, heart rate and body temperature are monitored independently, and the patient cannot view a record of previous examinations. This study uses fuzzy logic to develop an application for monitoring heart rate and body temperature. It can monitor heart rate and body temperature in real-time, store a history of previous examinations, and use fuzzy logic to diagnose body conditions based on heart rate and body temperature data. Based on test results, the sensor reading error rate for heart rate is minimal at 0.68 and for body temperature at 0.18. The accuracy of fuzzy diagnosis of the patient's body condition is one hundred percent. The performance indicator for the application is excellent, the completion rate is 100 percent, and the time-based efficiency is 93%. The results of the user satisfaction test indicate that most users are pleased with the application's usability. The average value for measuring user satisfaction is 80%, with the highest result of the five measurement criteria being 89.6% for the ease-of-use criterion.
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