Journal of Machine and Computing

Detection of COVID-19 Using Screen Printed Electrode based Biosensor

Journal of Machine and Computing

Received On : 10 May 2022

Revised On : 22 July 2022

Accepted On : 18 November 2022

Published On : 05 January 2023

Volume 03, Issue 01

Pages : 001-010


Corona virus (COVID-19) is an infectious disease, now this COVID-19 pandemic got spread all over the world which causes illness in the respiratory system in humans, it can spread widely in a short time. In this paper the concept of wireless sensor network (WSN) for Internet of things (IoT) is allocated to the healthcare and detection system for COVID-19 is used to design the biomedical sensors with microcontrollers which are used to collect the data, biosensor based low-cost sensitive portable devices for COVID-19 testing kit which is based on Screen printed electrode sensor (SPEs), this is the complete model of health professionals are observe patients information at the ThingSpeak with help of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth module, professionals workload is minimizing to reducing the possibility of the infected COVID-19 condition. the performance of this work is the data is monitored by the patient’s status, the output of these sensors is communicated via wireless sensing node and acquiring for same data has to be send to the remote wireless monitor for the observed patients status via IoT, If in case of any emergency patients can also control the conditions. The stage of infection disease patients can also monitor system data is to inform the medical professionals at the time being finished. Hence the optimistic results show that the biomedical sensors and SPEs are in beneficial process for identification of COVID-19 so it can be situating the results on ThingSpeak and Bluetooth module, The clinical centers to help conditions behind its conformation with additional biomedical sensors.


COVID-19, Internet of Things, Wireless Sensor Network, Point of Care, Screen Printed Electrode Biosensor, ThingSpeak.

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Lavanya Shinangaram and Santhosh Kumar Dhatrika, “Detection of COVID-19 Using Screen Printed Electrode based Biosensor”, Journal of Machine and Computing, pp. 001-010, January 2023. doi: 10.53759/7669/jmc202303001.


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