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Low Cost Portable Ventilator

Prof. Trima P. Fernandes e Fizardo

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda-Goa

Prof. Anisha Cotta

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda-Goa

Jane Fernanades

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda-Goa

Myola Dias

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda-Goa

Skylia Estibeiro

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda-Goa

Vol: 13, Issue: 1, 2023

Receiving Date: 2022-11-21 Acceptance Date:

2023-01-13

Publication Date:

2023-01-14

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http://doi.org/10.37648/ijrst.v13i01.002

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic has produced critical shortages of ventilators worldwide. This aim of this paper is to build mechanical ventilators with low cost. This project is based on the development and validation of a simple, portable and low-cost ventilator which overcome few limitations offered by the mechanical ventilators. This device is very simple to operate so any less experienced person will be able to operate with ease. Designing portable, solar powered and rechargeable battery operated Ambu bag compressing machine, which sends real time cloud messages to the doctors and other medical authorities about the patient. The shortage of ventilators is met effectively by developing this project. This project is a low cost yet effective ventilating system for the people affected with COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases.

Keywords: Solar Panel; Ultrasonic Sensors; Autonomous; Grass Cutter

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