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Indonesian Journal of electronics, electromedical engineering, and medical informatics
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26568624     DOI : https://doi.org/10.35882/ijeeemi
The Indonesian Journal of Electronics, Electromedical Engineering, and Medical Informatics (IJEEEMI) is a peer-reviewed open-access journal. The journal invites scientists and engineers throughout the world to exchange and disseminate theoretical and practice-oriented topics which covers three (3) majors areas of research that includes 1) Electronics, 2) Biomedical Engineering, and 3) Medical Informatics (emphasize on intelegent system design). Submitted papers must be written in English for an initial review stage by editors and further review process by a minimum of two reviewers.
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Measuring Respiration Rate Via Android Shofiyah, Shofiyah; Hari Wisana, I Dewa Gede; Triwiyanto, Triwiyanto; Luthfiyah, Sari
Indonesian Journal of electronics, electromedical engineering, and medical informatics Vol 1 No 1 (2019): August
Publisher : Department of electromedical engineering, Health Polytechnic of Surabaya, Ministry of Health Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (733.523 KB) | DOI: 10.35882/ijeeemi.v1i1.4

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Abstract-Respiratory rate is the total number of breath or breathing cycle, which occurs every minute. Abnormal respiratory rate is a sensitive indicator for danger patients requiring medical treatment immediately. The objective of the study is to design respiration rate monitor via Anroid mobile phone. In this study, we used flex sensors to detect the respiration rate. The flex sensors was placed in the human stomach diaphragm which detects the changes in the human stomach diaphragm during breathing. The measurement results are displayed on the liquid crystal display (LCD) 2 x 16. The data  will be sent via a Bluetooth connection to the android to display the values ??and graphs. The comparison between the design and standart showed that the maximum erros is 4.69% while the minimum error is 1.52%. The average error for all measurement is 2.83%. It can be concluded that the tool wear is eligible because it is still below the minimum threshold of 10% error.
Measuring Respiration Rate Based Android Mahardika, I Kadek Eman Giyana; Hamzah, Torib; Rahmawati, Triana; Soetjiatie, Liliek
Indonesian Journal of electronics, electromedical engineering, and medical informatics Vol 1 No 1 (2019): August
Publisher : Department of electromedical engineering, Health Polytechnic of Surabaya, Ministry of Health Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (524.935 KB) | DOI: 10.35882/ijeeemi.v1i1.7

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Respiratory rate measurement tool is a technique used to determine the number of respiratory activity a person every minute. In the classification of the number of breathing per minute someone, can be divided into three groups, namely the so-called eupnea/normal, above average breathing called tachypnea, while below the average so-called bradypnea. This method is highly dependent on the concentration of the mind and senses actor sensitivity measurement / observation. Therefore human nature is easy to forget, tired and bored, so now developed a method of measurement or observation of respiratory rate electronically. In this study, respiratory rate measurement making use flex sensor by placing the sensor in the patient's stomach and will detect the curvature of the patient's stomach. Results from the patient's respiratory displayed on the LCD Character and android using HC-05 Bluetooth as the media sender. The results of the measurement data of the 10 respondents indicated the average - average error of 3.2%. After testing and data collection can be concluded that the appliance is eligible to use because it is still within the tolerance range of 10%.
Snellen Chart Based On Android Control Eka Fitria, Annisa Novantina; Nugraha, Priyambada Cahya; Lamidi, Lamidi
Indonesian Journal of electronics, electromedical engineering, and medical informatics Vol 1 No 1 (2019): August
Publisher : Department of electromedical engineering, Health Polytechnic of Surabaya, Ministry of Health Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (729.332 KB) | DOI: 10.35882/ijeeemi.v1i1.5

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Eye vision is a person's visual acuity examination that is usually done using a snellen chart. Snellen chart is a poster that contains a number of letters that are different on each line with the letters getting closer to the bottom lines. Eye vision examination using a normal snellen chart is done at a distance of 6 meters because someone is considered normal if he is able to read on the 20/20 line in feet or 6/6 in meters. Snellen chart control android is an electronic snellen chart that controls the light transfer using Android. Commands originating from the mitapp application on android are sent to the bluetooth HC-05 module in the minsys Atmega16 circuit. Atmega 16 was chosen because it has a sufficient number of pins to control the displacement of the lights used by 23 lights. The appearance of the mitapp application has been adjusted to the letters contained in the snellen chart, making it easier for operator to correct the results of the readings that have been performed by the eye vision patient.
Waterbath Calibrator with Nine Channels Sensor Rofi'i, Mohammad; Syaifudin, Syafudin; Titisari, Dyah; Utomo, Bedjo
Indonesian Journal of electronics, electromedical engineering, and medical informatics Vol 1 No 1 (2019): August
Publisher : Department of electromedical engineering, Health Polytechnic of Surabaya, Ministry of Health Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (495.44 KB) | DOI: 10.35882/ijeeemi.v1i1.1

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Water bath is a laboratory equipment that contains water or special liquid that can maintain the temperature under certain conditions during the specified time interval. For this reason, calibration is needed so that the temperature in the chamber waterbath is stable or not. calibration is carried out by comparing measuring instruments and measuring materials to be calibrated to traceable standards that are traceable to national and / or international standards. Based on the results of the identification of the problems mentioned above, the author makes a waterbath calibrator entitled "Waterbath Calibrator (9 channel)" which is very practical, and easy to operate. .This calibration tool uses a K type thermocouple sensor and also the output is displayed to the character LCD to make it easier for users to retrieve data, the reason for choosing a thermocouple sensor is because the error rate is +/- 1,1C while the LM35 is +/- 1,4C. The thermocouple temperature sensor can detect the chamber temperature quite well where the biggest error is obtained with a comparator of 2%, and the lowest error is 0%.
Digital Sphygmomanometer Based on Arduino Using TFT LCD Display Kusumaningtyas, Yasmine Winda; Indrato, Tri Bowo; T.P, M. Prastawa Assalim; Utomo, Bedjo
Indonesian Journal of electronics, electromedical engineering, and medical informatics Vol 1 No 1 (2019): August
Publisher : Department of electromedical engineering, Health Polytechnic of Surabaya, Ministry of Health Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (475.442 KB) | DOI: 10.35882/ijeeemi.v1i1.6

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Sphygmomanometer is a human blood pressure measuring device which has several types such as mercury, digital, and aneroid. At this time, mercury Sphygmomanometer is not allowed to be used anymore considering the side effects of mercury which can harm the skin and even respiration. This study helps to reduce the use of mercury type Sphygmomanometer. The researchers make arduino TFT LCD display based Sphyhmomanometer so that the use of mercury can be reduced and make it easier for users to process measurement. The researchers used the oscillmetry method in making the device to calculate the systolic and diastolic pressure. The result of blood pressure measurement has a systolic error rate of 0,08% and a diastolic error rate 0,09%.
Central Monitor Based On Personal Computer Using Single Wireless Receiver Fanani, Ahmad; Irianto, Bambang Guruh; Pudji, Andjar
Indonesian Journal of electronics, electromedical engineering, and medical informatics Vol 1 No 1 (2019): August
Publisher : Department of electromedical engineering, Health Polytechnic of Surabaya, Ministry of Health Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (472.568 KB) | DOI: 10.35882/ijeeemi.v1i1.8

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Central monitor is a tool that monitors the patient's condition with several devices into one display on a personal computer (PC). Pulse Oxymetri serves to monitor the state of oxygen saturation in the patient's blood without going through blood gas analysis. This tool uses a wireless delivery system, HC-11 that can transmit data as far as 10 meters without obstruction. This tool uses a finger sensor, an analog signal conditioner and a microcontroller that is processed to produce a percentage value of SpO2 which is then sent through HC-11. The workings of this tool are very simple by entering the finger sensor on the finger and then it will be detected by the finger sensor that will be displayed on the PC. Digital data from the ADC Atmega is received by the personal computer (PC) via Bluetooth HC-011. Furthermore, the data is processed with the Delphi program and displayed on the monitor. Appears on the Delphi application. After measurement, get an error in the SpO2 parameter, the biggest error is 1.02% and get the smallest error 0.8%.  
A Centrifuge Calibrator Based on Personal Computer Equipped with Data Processor Asadina, Habliya; Hamzah, Torib; Titisari, Dyah; Utomo, Bedjo
Indonesian Journal of electronics, electromedical engineering, and medical informatics Vol 1 No 1 (2019): August
Publisher : Department of electromedical engineering, Health Polytechnic of Surabaya, Ministry of Health Indonesia

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Calibration is an activity to determine the conventional truth of the value of the appointment of a measuring instrument by comparing traceable standards to national and international standards for measurement and / or international units and certified reference materials. The purpose of this study is to develop a system of efficient and practical centrifuge calibrators by sending the calibration results directly via bluetooth to a PC. The main series of centrifuge calibrators are Arduino modules, laser sensors and Bluetooth.The high low signal is obtained from the reflection of the laser beam aimed at the reflector point on the centrifuge plate, processed in the Arduino module and displayed on the LCD, the calibration results can be directly seen in the Delphi program. The design of this module is also equipped with a Bluetooth transmitter to send data to a PC. This module can be used in medical equipment calibration laboratories. Based on the results of testing and data collection on the 8 Tube centrifuge with a Lutron Tachometer ratio, the error value was 0.0136%. After planning, experimenting, making modules, testing modules, and collecting data, it can be concluded that the tool "centrifuge calibrator equipped with PC-based data processors" can be used and according to planning because the fault tolerance does not exceed 10%.Keywords?Holter Monitor; Heart Monitoring; Arduino Microcontroller; SD Card Memory
Central Monitor Based On Personal Computer Using One Wireless Receiver Mufarid, Muhammad Nezar Abdullah; Irianto, Bambang Guruh; Pudji, Andjar
Indonesian Journal of electronics, electromedical engineering, and medical informatics Vol 1 No 1 (2019): August
Publisher : Department of electromedical engineering, Health Polytechnic of Surabaya, Ministry of Health Indonesia

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Central monitor is a tool in the health field that serves to monitor the patient's condition which is centralized in one monitor display centrally. In this scientific paper raised wireless systems for sending data to one monitor. In this module there are Electrocardiograph (EKG) parameters which are a parameter to detect and measure the electrical activity of the heart muscle using measurements of biopotential signals obtained from the surface of the body. From these measurements, an ECG signal will be obtained to produce a heart rate per minute (BPM). ECG signals are obtained from measurements of the electrical activity of the heart through electrodes placed on the patient's skin using the bipolar lead method. ECG signals will be processed using a  microcontroller circuit as processors. Then the data will be sent to the PC using wireless HC-11. The data received by the PC, then processed using the Delphi application which will then display ECG charts and BPM results and abnormalities indicators if the BPM is in a condition above or below normal. By comparing the module with a standard measuring instrument, the biggest error is 0.99% which is still in tolerance because the tolerance limit is 5%

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