Journal of Computing and Natural Science

Lukewarm and Trembling Therapy Device to Assist the Reduction of Blood Flow for Immobilized Patients

Journal of Computing and Natural Science

Received On : 26 October 2020

Revised On : 26 November 2020

Accepted On : 28 December 2020

Published On : 05 January 2021

Volume 01, Issue 01

Pages : 015-018


Reduction of blood flow due to immobility of legs de-escalates transportability of liberal number of patients in a extensive range of healing scheme transverse from bruise grume. In normal human being effective system of venous rejoin both alive and yielding is amenable for prohibition of profound venous apoplexy. Ultrasonic blood flow rate sensor, Tilt sensor, Force sensor and Accelerometer sensor are used to detect and identify the flow rate as well as ankle position. The paper offers prophylaxis and slimnastics device that caricature the essential proposition off venous recompense to uphold the blood flow gadget is based on Lukewarm and Trembling technique that is compress and appropriately from equipped in pattern and additionally requirement no restricted trainings for the operation.


Prophylaxis and Slimnastics, Lower Limb, Blood Flow, Assistive Technology

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Malene Helgo, “Lukewarm and Trembling Therapy Device to Assist the Reduction of Blood Flow for Immobilized Patients”, Journal of Computing and Natural Science, vol.1, no.1, pp. 015-018, January 2021. doi: 10.53759/181X/JCNS202101004.


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