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  •   Prakash Kanade

  •   Monis Akhtar

  •   Fortune David

Abstract

Human beings have adapted to a new way of life, from an open society to a closed world. Covid19 has brought many changes to the way people live, social distance and minimal to no contact are our goals. This could have been impossible if we were not surrounded by technology. This Perspective offers a context for the implementation of Remote Technologies, demonstrating the forms in which pandemic preparation, monitoring, research, tracking, and Health Care Technologies are effectively implemented. Our research is focused on providing a solution for handling patients at health facilities with the help of remote technologies keeping in mind the importance of social distancing and minimum to no contact to minimize the spread of the virus. The strategy is to identify the two fronts where contact with a patient is to be made. The first front is the point at which a patient needs to be detected and classified as a potential risk, at this stage the technology needs to identify the patient's symptoms, gather relevant data, and help doctors build a portfolio. The second front is where an admitted patient needs to be monitored and taken care of with regular check-ups, the technology should also take good of the patient’s mental health. The paper proposes a solution to device remote technologies that could prove beneficial in the fight against the deadly coronavirus.

Keywords: COVID-19, IoT, LeenaBOT, Robotics

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Kanade, P., Akhtar, M. and David, F. 2021. Remote Monitoring Technology for COVID-19 Patients. European Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. 5, 1 (Jan. 2021), 44-47. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejece.2021.5.1.273.