CN112075936A - Health management all-in-one - Google Patents

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CN112075936A
CN112075936A CN201910514106.6A CN201910514106A CN112075936A CN 112075936 A CN112075936 A CN 112075936A CN 201910514106 A CN201910514106 A CN 201910514106A CN 112075936 A CN112075936 A CN 112075936A
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宁光
赵志云
王卫庆
陆洁莉
毕宇芳
李南南
涂威威
李京
宾峰
于晓杰
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Abstract

The embodiment of the invention discloses a health management all-in-one machine and a health management method, relates to the technical field of health data acquisition, and aims to facilitate acquisition and management of human physiological data. The health management all-in-one machine comprises: the data acquisition equipment is electrically connected with the central processing equipment; the data acquisition equipment is used for acquiring human physiological data; the central processing equipment is used for receiving the human physiological data acquired by the data acquisition equipment; wherein the data acquisition device comprises at least one of the following devices: height measuring instrument, weight measuring instrument, sphygmomanometer, blood glucose analyzer, infrared thermometer, electrocardiograph, waist circumference measuring instrument, fat measuring instrument, urine analyzer, blood oxygen measuring instrument, and bone density measuring instrument. The invention is suitable for the management and the health condition prediction of human health.

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Health management all-in-one
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of health data acquisition, in particular to a health management all-in-one machine and a health management method.
Background
The current human health management usually adopts each data acquisition equipment to detect and collect different types of health data, and the data acquired by each data acquisition equipment is relatively isolated, so that the data acquired by each data acquisition equipment cannot be systematically and uniformly managed, and the whole health condition of a person to be tested is not easy to know.
Disclosure of Invention
In view of this, the embodiment of the invention provides a health management all-in-one machine and a health management method, which are convenient for systematic management of human physiological data.
The embodiment of the invention provides a health management all-in-one machine, which comprises: the data acquisition equipment is electrically connected with the central processing equipment; the data acquisition equipment is used for acquiring human physiological data; the central processing equipment is used for receiving the human physiological data acquired by the data acquisition equipment; wherein the data acquisition device comprises at least one of the following devices: height measuring instrument, weight measuring instrument, sphygmomanometer, blood glucose analyzer, infrared thermometer, electrocardiograph, waist circumference measuring instrument, fat measuring instrument, urine analyzer, blood oxygen measuring instrument, and bone density measuring instrument.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the invention, the health management all-in-one machine further comprises identity information recognition equipment, and the identity information recognition equipment is connected with the central processing equipment and is used for carrying out identity recognition on the tested personnel.
According to a specific implementation manner in an embodiment of the present invention, the identity information identifying apparatus includes: a biometric identification device, a card reader, and/or a two-dimensional code identification device.
According to a specific implementation manner of the embodiment of the present invention, the biometric apparatus includes: a face recognition device, a fingerprint recognition device, and/or an iris recognition device.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the health management all-in-one machine further includes a playing device, and the playing device is connected to the central processing device, and is configured to play an operation guidance voice and/or video acquired by human physiological data to a person to be tested, or is configured to play a designated background audio and/or a designated background video.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the invention, the health management all-in-one machine further comprises a walking robot, and the walking robot is used for providing action and/or voice guidance for a tested person when the tested person uses the data acquisition equipment to acquire human physiological data.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the data acquisition device is provided with a sound and/or photoelectric prompt module, which is configured to send out sound and/or photoelectric prompt information after receiving the wake-up signal sent by the central processing device.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the invention, the health management all-in-one machine further comprises an operation desk, wherein the central processing device is arranged on the operation desk; the operating platform is provided with an accommodating cavity for accommodating the data acquisition equipment; the opening of the accommodating cavity is upward, and an electric lifting device is arranged at the bottom of the accommodating cavity; the electric lifting device is electrically connected with the central processing equipment and is used for receiving a lifting control signal sent by the central processing equipment and lifting the data acquisition equipment upwards to a preset height from the accommodating cavity according to the lifting control signal.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the invention, the types of the data acquisition equipment are more than two, and the data acquisition equipment is respectively used for acquiring different types of human physiological data; the number of the accommodating cavities is more than two, and each accommodating cavity is used for accommodating one data acquisition device.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the health management all-in-one machine further includes an operation console, and the central processing device is disposed on the operation console, wherein the height measuring instrument includes: the vertical column is vertically arranged on the operating platform, a cantilever is arranged at the top of the vertical column, and an ultrasonic transmitter and an ultrasonic receiver are arranged at the bottom of the cantilever; the ultrasonic transmitter and the ultrasonic receiver are connected with a height measurement controller arranged on the cantilever or the upright post, and the height measurement controller is electrically connected with the central processing equipment; and a base for the tested person to stand is arranged at a position which is close to the bottom of the operating platform and corresponds to the cantilever up and down.
According to a specific implementation manner of the embodiment of the invention, the upright is a telescopic or foldable upright.
According to a specific implementation manner of the embodiment of the invention, the side part of the upright post is provided with a placing table or a placing cavity for placing articles or other movable data acquisition equipment.
According to a specific implementation manner of the embodiment of the invention, the infrared thermometer is arranged on the upright post at a position corresponding to the forehead of the human body to be measured.
According to a specific implementation manner of the embodiment of the present invention, the blood glucose analyzer includes: the blood glucose test device comprises a shell, wherein a blood glucose analysis module, a test paper accommodating box and a test paper pushing mechanism are arranged in the shell; the test paper accommodating box is used for stacking more than two pieces of test paper in advance, an electrode end used for being electrically connected with the input end of the blood glucose analysis module is arranged at a first end of the test paper, and a blood sampling point is arranged at a second end of the test paper; the test paper pushing mechanism is connected with a test paper pushing button arranged outside the shell; pressing or pushing the test paper pushing button, wherein the test paper pushing mechanism acts to push one of more than two pieces of test paper in the test paper accommodating box to a detection position; the first end of the test paper at the detection position is electrically contacted with the input end of the blood glucose analysis module, and the second end of the test paper extends out of a test paper extension port arranged on the shell.
According to a specific implementation manner of the embodiment of the invention, the bottom of the test paper accommodating box is provided with an elastic sheet or a spring so as to press the test paper in the test paper accommodating box against the top of the accommodating box; the first end of the accommodating box is provided with a first opening, and the second end of the accommodating box is provided with a second opening; the first opening and the second opening are formed at positions close to the top of the box body and correspond to each other, and the size of the first opening and the size of the second opening are matched with the size of the cross section of the test paper; the first end of the test paper is close to the first opening, and the second end of the test paper is close to the second opening; the test paper pushing mechanism comprises a strip-shaped sheet body which is positioned outside the test paper containing box and corresponds to the first opening, the size of the cross section of the strip-shaped sheet body is matched with that of the first opening, and the strip-shaped sheet body is connected with the test paper pushing button; pressing or pushing the test paper pushing button, wherein one end of the strip-shaped sheet body extends into the first opening, and the test paper at the topmost layer in the test paper containing box is pushed to the detection position.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the invention, the health management all-in-one machine further comprises a human-computer interaction device, and the human-computer interaction device is connected with the central processing device and is used for receiving manual input and/or voice input of human physiological data.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the health management all-in-one machine further includes: the character recognition equipment is connected with the central processing equipment and is used for scanning character information on a check sheet or a laboratory sheet, recognizing human body physiological data recorded on the check sheet or the laboratory sheet and sending a recognition result to the central processing equipment; and/or the two-dimension code information reading equipment is connected with the central processing equipment and is used for reading the two-dimension code containing the human physiological data information, acquiring the human physiological data from the information contained in the two-dimension code and sending the acquired human physiological data to the central processing equipment.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the health management all-in-one machine further includes a communication module, and the communication module is connected to the central processing device, and is configured to establish a communication connection with a mobile terminal, and receive human physiological data pre-stored on the mobile terminal from the mobile terminal.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, at least two data acquisition devices of the same type are provided in the data acquisition devices, and the data acquisition devices of the same type are used for simultaneously acquiring human physiological data of the same type for different tested persons.
According to a specific implementation manner of the embodiment of the present invention, the central processing device is further configured to perform a health prediction based on a preset prediction model according to the human physiological data, and output a health prediction result.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the health management all-in-one machine further includes a display device and/or a printing device, and the display device and/or the printing device are connected to the central processing device; the central processing device is also used for outputting the health prediction result to the display device for displaying or outputting the health prediction result to the printing device for printing.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the central processing device is further configured to establish a communication connection with a remote terminal device, so that a tested person communicates with a holder of the remote terminal device or an intelligent expert system pre-installed in the remote terminal device through the human-computer interaction device.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the central processing device and/or the data acquisition device is provided with a positioning module and an alarm module: the positioning module is used for positioning the current geographic position of the central processing equipment and/or the data acquisition equipment; and the alarm module is used for sending alarm information if the current geographical position of the central processing equipment and/or the data acquisition equipment exceeds a preset geographical range.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the central processing device is further configured to send failure alarm information to the remote terminal device.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the data acquisition device is in a disabled state when not being awakened by the wake-up signal.
According to a specific implementation manner in the embodiment of the present invention, the data acquisition device includes multiple types of data acquisition devices, and the data acquisition devices respectively and simultaneously acquire corresponding human physiological data for different detected persons under the control of the central processing device.
In the embodiment of the health management all-in-one machine and the health management method, the data acquisition equipment for acquiring the human physiological data is electrically connected with the central processing equipment, and the human physiological data acquired by the data acquisition equipment can be acquired through the central processing equipment, so that the human physiological data acquired by the data acquisition equipment can be systematically managed through the central processing equipment, for example, systematic storage management can be performed, and various detected data can be systematically processed and analyzed in health condition, so that a detected person can know the whole health condition of the detected person.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a first embodiment of the health management integrated machine of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of a second embodiment of the health management integrated machine of the present invention;
FIG. 3 is a schematic structural diagram of a third embodiment of the health management integrated machine of the present invention;
FIG. 4 is a schematic structural diagram of a fourth embodiment of the health management integrated machine of the present invention;
FIG. 5 is a schematic structural diagram of a fifth embodiment of the health management integrated machine of the present invention;
FIG. 6 is a schematic perspective view of a health management apparatus according to a sixth embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 7 is a top view of FIG. 6;
FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view taken along line A-A of FIG. 7;
FIG. 9 is a schematic perspective view of a seventh embodiment of the health management integrated machine of the present invention;
FIG. 10 is a schematic perspective view of a health management apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention, wherein the test paper is in an unextruded state;
FIG. 11 is a schematic perspective view of an eighth embodiment of the health management apparatus according to the present invention, wherein the test paper is in a non-ejected state (i.e., in a detection position);
FIG. 12 is a schematic perspective view of a containing box for containing test paper in an eighth embodiment of the health management integrated machine of the present invention;
fig. 13 is a flowchart illustrating a health management method according to an embodiment of the invention.
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Embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings.
It should be understood that the described embodiments are only some embodiments of the invention, and not all embodiments. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present invention.
The embodiment provides a health management all-in-one machine, which can be applied to a human health management institution, such as a large medical institution or a community hospital, and can also be applied to public places such as airports, and the like, and can acquire and manage human health data, so that the detected data can be conveniently processed and analyzed subsequently, and a detected person can know the self health condition.
Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a health management all-in-one machine according to a first embodiment of the invention. As shown in fig. 1, the health management all-in-one machine of this embodiment may include: the data acquisition device 102 and the central processing device 104, and the data acquisition device 102 and the central processing device 104 are electrically connected.
The data acquisition device 102 is used for acquiring human physiological data; the human physiological data can include at least one of height, weight, blood pressure, blood sugar, body temperature, electrocardiogram, waist circumference, fat rate, chemical components in urine, trace element content in human body, pulse rate, blood oxygen saturation, bone density, etc.
The data acquisition device 102 may include at least one of the following devices: a height measuring instrument 106, a weight measuring instrument 108, a blood pressure meter 110, a blood sugar analyzer 112, an infrared thermometer 114, an electrocardiograph 116, a waist circumference measuring instrument 118, a fat measuring instrument 120, a urine analyzer 122, an oximeter 124, and a bone density measuring instrument 126.
Wherein, the height measuring instrument 106 is used for measuring the height of the human body.
And the weight measuring instrument 108 is used for measuring the weight of the human body.
A sphygmomanometer 110, also known as a blood pressure monitor, for measuring blood pressure of a human body; in the embodiment, an electronic sphygmomanometer is adopted, and may be specifically a arm type electronic sphygmomanometer or a wrist type electronic sphygmomanometer.
The blood glucose analyzer 112 is an apparatus for self-measurement of blood glucose concentration by a user using blood of capillary vessels of fingertips, and is used for measuring blood glucose concentration of a human body.
The infrared thermometer 114 measures the body temperature of a human body by infrared rays, and is classified into a contact type and a non-contact type.
The electrocardiograph 116 is used for measuring electrocardiographic information such as electrocardiographic patterns of a human body.
A waist circumference measuring instrument 118 for measuring the waist circumference of the human body.
The fat measuring instrument 120 measures body resistance by a weak current flowing through both hands and feet using a fat non-conduction principle, thereby measuring a fat rate of a human body.
The urine analyzer 122 is an automated instrument for measuring certain chemical components in human urine, and the testing principle is that a liquid sample is added to a multi-connected reagent belt with different solidified reagents, the corresponding chemical components in the urine enable modules containing various special reagents on the multi-connected reagent belt to change colors, and the shade of the colors is in direct proportion to the concentration of specific chemical components in the urine sample.
The oximeter 124 is configured to measure a pulse rate, a blood oxygen saturation level, and a Perfusion Index (PI), wherein the pulse rate is a pulse rate per minute, the blood oxygen saturation level is a percentage of a bound O2 volume in a total blood volume to a total bindable O2 volume, the PI is a Perfusion Index (PI), and the PI value reflects a pulsatile blood flow condition, that is, the Perfusion capacity of the blood. The larger the pulsatile blood flow, the more pulsatile components and the larger the PI value.
The bone mineral density measuring instrument 126 is a medical detecting instrument for measuring human bone mineral and obtaining related data.
The central processing device 104 is configured to receive the human physiological data acquired by the data acquisition device 102, and store the received human physiological data. The central processing device 104 may be a desktop computer device (commonly referred to as a desktop computer), a mobile or portable computer device, such as a notebook computer, a tablet computer (Pad), or a mobile communication terminal, such as a smart phone.
The data acquisition device 102 and the central processing device 104 may be electrically connected by a wired connection, for example, by a USB (Universal Serial Bus) interface. The USB interface includes a data terminal for transmitting data, and may further include a power terminal for supplying operating power or charging power to the data acquisition device 102 by using the central processing device 104.
The data acquisition device 102 and the central processing device 104 may also be connected by a radio connection, for example, a short-distance communication connection may be implemented by Bluetooth (Bluetooth), Zigbee or WiFi (Wireless Fidelity).
In this embodiment, the data acquisition device for acquiring the human physiological data is electrically connected to the central processing device, and the human physiological data acquired by each data acquisition device can be acquired by the central processing device, so that the human physiological data acquired by each data acquisition device can be systematically managed by the central processing device, for example, systematic storage management can be performed, and subsequent systematic processing and health condition analysis can be performed on various detected data, so that the detected person can know the overall health condition of the detected person.
The health management all-in-one machine can be used for collecting, storing and managing human physiological data of the tested personnel. When different tested persons need to be subjected to data acquisition, in order to respectively manage the human physiological data of the different tested persons or only allow specific people (such as people living in a certain community) to have the right to use the health management all-in-one machine, before the human physiological data acquisition, the identity of the tested persons can be verified.
Fig. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of a second embodiment of the health management all-in-one machine of the present invention. Referring to fig. 2, based on the embodiment shown in fig. 1, in this embodiment, the health management all-in-one machine may further include an identity information recognition device 128, where the identity information recognition device 128 is connected to the central processing device 104 and is used to identify a person to be tested.
By way of example, the identity information recognition device 128 may include: a biometric identification device, a card reader, and/or a two-dimensional code identification device.
The biometric recognition apparatus includes: a face recognition device, a fingerprint recognition device, and/or an iris recognition device.
The card reader can be information reading equipment of cards such as an identity card, a medical insurance card, a treatment card and the like.
The two-dimensional code recognition device is used for recognizing an electronic two-dimensional code (such as a two-dimensional code temporarily generated in a mobile phone) held by a person to be tested or a two-dimensional code printed on an entity medium (such as a health management manual).
It should be understood that the health management apparatus may be pre-stored with authentication information (such as facial image, fingerprint, identification number, etc.), and after the identification information identifying device 128 obtains the relevant identification information, the identification information obtained by the identification information identifying device 128 may be compared with the pre-stored authentication information to determine whether the person to be tested has the right to use the health management apparatus.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural diagram of a health management all-in-one machine according to a third embodiment of the invention. Referring to fig. 3, based on the embodiment shown in fig. 1, in this embodiment, the health management all-in-one machine may further include a playing device 130, where the playing device 130 is connected to the central processing device 104 and is used to play an operation guidance voice and/or video for collecting human physiological data to a tested person, so that the tested person can complete an operation by himself under guidance of the operation guidance voice and/or video even without being attended. The playing device 130 may also be configured to play the designated background audio and/or background video, so as to keep the tested person in a calm mood and improve the user experience.
The playing device 130 in this embodiment may also be applied to the embodiment shown in fig. 2.
Fig. 4 is a schematic structural diagram of a fourth embodiment of the health management all-in-one machine of the present invention. Referring to fig. 4, based on the embodiment shown in fig. 1, in this embodiment, the health management all-in-one machine may further include a walking robot 132 for providing an action and/or voice guidance to the person to be tested when the person to be tested uses the data collecting device 102 to collect human physiological data. The action guidance may include assisting the person under test to take part of the data collecting device 102, showing the operation process to the person under test with its own demonstration action, participating in part of the data collecting operation, and so on, so that the person under test may complete the data collecting operation with the assistance of the walking robot 132 without the need of staff attendance.
The walking robot 132 in this embodiment can also be applied to the embodiment shown in fig. 2 or fig. 3.
The central processing device 104 may wake up the corresponding data acquisition devices in sequence according to a preset data acquisition sequence. Fig. 5 is a schematic structural diagram of a fifth embodiment of the health management all-in-one machine of the present invention. Referring to fig. 5, on the basis of the embodiment shown in fig. 1, in this embodiment, a sound and/or photoelectric prompting module may be disposed on the data acquisition device 102, and configured to send a sound and/or photoelectric prompting message after receiving the wake-up signal sent by the central processing device 104. For example, a voice prompt module 134 and/or a photoelectric prompt module 136 may be disposed in the blood glucose analyzer 112, and when the blood glucose analyzer 112 receives the wake-up signal sent by the central processing device 104, the voice and/or photoelectric prompt information may be sent, such as starting to play a specific music and/or sending a flashing light signal, so as to indicate that the person to be tested should use the blood glucose analyzer 112 to perform the data collection operation. While fig. 5 is only schematically illustrated as providing an audible and/or visual cue module in the blood glucose analyzer 112, it should be understood that audible and/or visual cue modules may be provided in various other data collection devices.
The sound and/or optical prompting module in this embodiment may also be applied to the embodiments shown in fig. 2 to 4.
In one example, the data collection device 102 is disabled without being awakened by the wake signal to ensure the accuracy of data collection, such as when the blood glucose analyzer 112 is awakened by the wake signal sent by the central processing device 104, the blood glucose analyzer 112 is in a normal operation state, and other data collection devices 102, such as the height measuring device 106, the weight measuring device 108, the blood pressure meter 110, the infrared thermometer 114, the electrocardiograph 116, etc., are disabled. The data collection device 102 in the disabled state cannot perform normal data collection.
Fig. 6 is a schematic perspective view of a sixth embodiment of the health management all-in-one machine of the present invention, fig. 7 is a top view of fig. 6, and fig. 8 is a sectional view taken along the direction a-a in fig. 7. Referring to fig. 6 to 8, based on the embodiment shown in fig. 1, in this embodiment, the health management all-in-one machine may further include an operation console 138, and the central processing device 104 is disposed on the operation console 138; an accommodating cavity 140 for accommodating the data acquisition device 102 is arranged on the operating table 138; specifically, the accommodating cavity 140 may be disposed on the top surface of the console 138, or may be disposed at the side portion of the console.
The opening of the accommodating cavity 140 faces upward, an openable cover (not shown) can be arranged at the opening of the accommodating cavity 140, and after the cover is closed, the upper surface of the cover can be flush with the upper surface of the operating table 138, so that the object placed on the surface of the operating table 138 is not affected. When a certain data acquisition device needs to be taken out of the accommodating cavity 140, the cover body is only required to be opened to take out the data acquisition device.
Under the condition of no unattended operation, facing a plurality of data acquisition equipment, a person to be tested (especially some persons with older age) may not determine which data acquisition equipment needs to be used at present, and for this purpose, an electric lifting device 142 is arranged at the bottom of the accommodating cavity 140, and the electric lifting device 142 is electrically connected with the central processing equipment 104 and used for receiving a lifting control signal sent by the central processing equipment 104 and lifting the data acquisition equipment upwards from the accommodating cavity 140 to a preset height according to the lifting control signal.
The electric lifting device 142 may be an electric push rod, an electric scissor lifting mechanism, or other electric lifting devices. The electric push rod is an electric driving device which converts the rotary motion of a motor into the linear reciprocating motion of the push rod.
Through the lifting action of the electric lifting device 142, the person to be tested can easily know which data acquisition equipment is currently used; meanwhile, the electric lifting device 142 lifts the data acquisition equipment from the accommodating cavity 140 to a preset height upwards according to the lifting control signal, and also can take out the data acquisition equipment from the accommodating cavity 140 automatically, so that the data acquisition equipment can be taken out without the need of a tested person to stretch a hand into the accommodating cavity 140, and the operation is simple and convenient.
In one example, the accommodating cavity 140 may be one, and a plurality of data acquisition devices may be accommodated in the same accommodating cavity 140, and each data acquisition device corresponds to one electric lifting device 142.
In another example, the number of the data acquisition devices is multiple, and the types of the multiple data acquisition devices are more than two, and the multiple data acquisition devices are used for acquiring different types of human physiological data. In order to facilitate the classified storage of the data acquisition devices, the number of the accommodating cavities 140 is more than two, and each accommodating cavity 140 is used for accommodating one data acquisition device. For example, the blood glucose analyzer 112 may be placed in the first receiving cavity 140a, the infrared thermometer 114 may be placed in the second receiving cavity 140b, and the waist circumference meter 118 may be placed in the third receiving cavity 140c, wherein the first receiving cavity 140a, the second receiving cavity 140b, and the third receiving cavity 140c are isolated from each other. A first electric lifting device 142a is arranged in the first accommodating cavity 140a and used for lifting the blood glucose analyzer 112 to a preset height (such as lifting out of the first accommodating cavity 140a) after receiving a first lifting signal sent by the central processing device 104; a second electric lifting device 142b is provided in the second accommodating chamber 140b for lifting the infrared thermometer 114 to a predetermined height (e.g. out of the second accommodating chamber 140b) after receiving a second lifting signal sent by the central processing device 104; the third accommodating cavity 140c has a third electric lifting device 142c therein for lifting the waist circumference measurement instrument 118 to a predetermined height (e.g. out of the third accommodating cavity 140c) after receiving a third lifting signal sent by the central processing device 104.
The operation table in this embodiment may also be applied to the embodiments shown in fig. 2 to 5.
Fig. 9 is a schematic perspective view of a seventh embodiment of the health management all-in-one machine of the present invention. Referring to FIG. 9, based on the embodiment shown in FIG. 1, in this embodiment, the health management apparatus may further include an operation desk 138, and the central processing device 104 may be disposed on the operation desk 138, wherein the height measuring instrument 106 may include: a vertical column 144 vertically arranged on the operation table 138, wherein a cantilever 146 is arranged at the top of the vertical column 144, and an ultrasonic transmitter and an ultrasonic receiver (not shown in the figure) are arranged at the bottom of the cantilever 146; the ultrasonic transmitter and the ultrasonic receiver are connected with a height measurement controller arranged on the cantilever 146 or the upright post 144, and the height measurement controller is electrically connected with the central processing device 104; a base 148 for the person to be measured to stand is provided near the bottom of the operation table 138 at a position corresponding to the upper and lower positions of the cantilever 146.
The ultrasonic wave emitted from the ultrasonic transmitter is reflected by the head of the person to be measured standing on the base 148, and then received by the ultrasonic receiver. The height of the person to be measured can be automatically calculated according to the time difference between the time when the ultrasonic transmitter transmits the ultrasonic waves and the time when the ultrasonic receiver receives the reflected ultrasonic waves and the distance between the base 148 and the cantilever 146.
In this embodiment, the upright 144 of the height measuring instrument 106 is vertically disposed on the console 138, and the console 138 is used as a support, so that the stability of the body measuring instrument can be improved, and the body measuring instrument can be prevented from being manually moved or moved.
In the above embodiment, the upright 144 of the height measuring instrument 106 is vertically disposed on the console 138, and since the console 138 is usually located indoors and is sometimes limited by the height of the ceiling of the room, it may cause inconvenience to the installation of the upright 144, and for this reason, in one example, the upright 144 is a retractable or foldable upright 144 to facilitate the easy assembly and disassembly of the upright 144 and is not limited by the limited space in the room.
Further, the side of the upright 144 may be provided with a shelf or storage cavity (not shown) for placing items or other movable data acquisition devices 102 to save table space on the console 138.
Referring to fig. 9, an infrared thermometer 114 may be optionally disposed on the pillar 144 at a position corresponding to the forehead of the measured person, so that the body temperature can be measured while the height is measured, thereby improving the efficiency of data acquisition.
Alternatively, the weight measuring instrument 108 may be disposed in the base 148 of the height measuring instrument 106, and the height measurement may be performed while the weight measurement is being performed.
The console and height measuring instrument of the present embodiment can also be applied to the embodiments shown in FIGS. 2 to 5.
Test strips for measuring blood glucose, which are disposable consumables, are usually sold as individual items in test strip containers. Each time a blood glucose measurement is performed, a test strip needs to be individually extracted from the test strip housing case and then inserted into the blood glucose analyzer 112 for blood glucose measurement. In the process, on one hand, the test strip needs to be directly contacted by hands, which may pollute the test strip and affect the blood sugar measurement precision, and on the other hand, the operation process is relatively complicated, and it may not be clear how to perform correct operation for the person to be measured who uses the blood sugar analyzer 112 for the first time.
FIG. 10 is a schematic perspective view of a health management apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention, wherein the test paper is in an unextruded state; FIG. 11 is a schematic perspective view of a health management apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention, wherein a test paper is in an unextended state (i.e., in a detection position), and FIG. 12 is a schematic perspective view of a containing box of the test paper according to the embodiment of the health management apparatus according to the present invention. Referring to fig. 10-12, in order to improve the blood glucose measurement accuracy and simplify the operation process based on the embodiment shown in fig. 1, in this embodiment, the strip accommodating box is combined with the blood glucose analyzer, and the strip can be automatically pushed from the strip accommodating box to the testing position of the blood glucose analyzer, and specifically, the blood glucose analyzer 112 may include: a housing 150, wherein a blood glucose analysis module 152, a test strip accommodating box 154 and a test strip pushing mechanism 156 are arranged in the housing 150.
The reagent paper accommodating box 154 is used for stacking more than two reagent papers 158 in advance, and the reagent paper accommodating box 154 is detachably mounted in the housing 150; in one example, the strip accommodating case 154 may be hooked to the housing 150.
The first end of the test paper 158 is provided with an electrode terminal for electrically connecting with the input terminal of the blood glucose analysis module 152, and the second end is provided with a blood sampling point.
The test paper pushing mechanism 156 is connected to a test paper pushing button 157 disposed outside the housing 150.
When the test paper pushing button 157 is pressed or pushed, the test paper pushing mechanism 156 acts to push one of the two or more test papers 158 in the test paper accommodating box 154 to the detection position; a test strip 158 in a test position has a first end in electrical contact with an input end 159 of the glucose analysis module 152 and a second end extending out of a test strip outlet provided on the housing 150.
In this embodiment, the test paper containing box 154 containing the test paper 158 is combined with the blood glucose analyzer 112 in advance, and the test paper 158 does not need to be directly contacted by hands before the blood glucose measurement is started, so that the chance of contamination of the test paper 158 is reduced; by directly pushing the test paper 158 from the test paper accommodating box 154 to the detection position, the mounting process of the test paper 158 can be simplified, and the operation is simpler and more convenient.
In one example, the bottom of the cassette 154 is provided with a spring or spring 160 to press the test strips 158 in the cassette 154 against the top of the cassette. The top of the reagent strip accommodating case 154 may be provided with a reagent strip retaining structure (e.g., a retaining boss or a top cover) to prevent the reagent strip 158 from being ejected from the top of the reagent strip accommodating case by an elastic sheet or spring 160 at the bottom of the reagent strip accommodating case.
The first end of the reagent paper accommodating box 154 is provided with a first opening 162, and the second end is provided with a second opening 164; the first opening 162 and the second opening 164 are arranged at positions close to the top of the box body and correspond to each other, and the size of the first opening 162 and the size of the second opening 164 are adapted to the size of the cross section of the test paper 158; the test strip 158 has a first end adjacent the first opening 162 and a second end adjacent the second opening 164.
The test paper pushing mechanism 156 comprises a strip-shaped sheet 166 which is located outside the test paper accommodating box 154 and corresponds to the first opening 162, the cross section of the strip-shaped sheet 166 is matched with the first opening 162, and the strip-shaped sheet 166 is connected with the test paper pushing button 157; when the test paper pushing button 157 is pressed or pushed, one end of the strip-shaped sheet 166 extends into the first opening 162, and one piece of test paper positioned at the topmost layer in the test paper accommodating box 154 is pushed to the detection position.
The blood glucose analyzer of the present embodiment can also be applied to the other embodiments described above.
In the above embodiments, the human physiological data collected by the data collecting device 102 can be automatically transmitted to the central processing device 104. In addition, the human physiological data may also be input manually and/or by voice, and specifically, in an embodiment, the health management all-in-one machine may further include a human-computer interaction device, which is connected to the central processing device 104 and is configured to receive manual input and/or voice input of the human physiological data.
The human-computer interaction device can comprise a keyboard, a handwriting touch screen, a microphone and/or the like. The keyboard can be a physical keyboard or a virtual keyboard displayed on the touch screen.
Human physiological data can be manually input and/or voice input to the central processing device 104 through the human interaction device.
The human physiological data manually input and/or voice input into the central processing device 104 may be human physiological data acquired by a data acquisition device 102 connected to the central processing device 104, or human physiological data acquired by a data acquisition device 102 in a different place.
The human-computer interaction device in this embodiment may also be applied to the other embodiments described above.
In an embodiment, the human physiological data may also be input to the central processing device 104 by means of character recognition or two-dimensional code recognition, and specifically, on the basis of the embodiment shown in fig. 1, the health management all-in-one machine may further include: the character recognition device and/or the two-dimensional code information reading device; the character recognition device is connected to the central processing device 104, and is configured to scan character information on a test sheet or a laboratory sheet, recognize human physiological data recorded on the test sheet or the laboratory sheet, and send a recognition result to the central processing device 104; the two-dimension code information reading device is connected with the central processing device 104 and is used for reading a two-dimension code containing human physiological data information, acquiring human physiological data from the information contained in the two-dimension code, and sending the acquired human physiological data to the central processing device 104.
The human physiological data recorded on the inspection sheet, the laboratory sheet and the two-dimensional code can be human physiological data which is detected in advance by remote detection equipment.
The character recognition device and/or the two-dimensional code information reading device in this embodiment may also be applied to the other embodiments described above.
In some cases, the mobile terminal (such as a mobile phone) of the person under test may have human physiological data stored thereon in advance. The human physiological data may be data transmitted by other mobile terminals, data downloaded from a cloud server, or data transmitted after being acquired by other data acquisition devices 102 that may interact with the mobile terminals. In order to improve the efficiency of data acquisition or fully utilize the existing human physiological data, in an embodiment, the human physiological data required in the central processing device 104 may also be directly obtained from the mobile terminal, and specifically, on the basis of the embodiment shown in fig. 1, the health management all-in-one machine may further include a communication module, where the communication module is connected to the central processing device 104, and is configured to establish a communication connection with a mobile terminal (e.g., a mobile phone, etc.), and receive (or read) the human physiological data pre-stored in the mobile terminal from the mobile terminal.
The communication module can be a long-distance communication module, such as a GSM module, a GPRS module, a 3G communication module, a 4G communication module, or a 5G communication module.
The communication module may also be a short-range communication module, such as a Bluetooth (Bluetooth) module, a Zigbee module, or a WiFi module.
The communication module in this embodiment may also be applied to the other embodiments described above.
In an embodiment, at least two data acquisition devices 102 of the same type are arranged in the data acquisition devices 102, and the data acquisition devices 102 of the same type are used for simultaneously acquiring human physiological data of the same type for different tested persons, so that the measurement efficiency can be improved, and the queuing waiting time of the tested persons can be reduced. For example, in the health management all-in-one machine, there are 3 height measuring instruments 106, the 3 height measuring instruments 106 can work simultaneously, that is, the heights of the first, second and third persons can be measured simultaneously, and the central processing device 104 receives and stores the height data measured by the 3 height measuring instruments 106 respectively.
The central processing device 104 may simultaneously create a plurality of accounts, and the plurality of accounts may respectively receive the human physiological data acquired by the plurality of data acquisition devices 102 of the same type at the same time.
For example, three accounts A, B and C are created in the central processing device 104, wherein account a corresponds to the height measuring instrument 1061, the height measuring instrument 1061 is used for measuring the height of the first person to be measured, account B corresponds to the height measuring instrument 1062, the height measuring instrument 1062 is used for measuring the height of the second person to be measured, account C corresponds to the height measuring instrument 1063, and the height measuring instrument 1063 is used for measuring the height of the third person to be measured. The height measuring instrument 1061, the height measuring instrument 1062 and the height measuring instrument 1063 can work simultaneously to measure the heights of the first, second and third persons at the same time. The central processing device 104 can receive the height data measured by the height measurement instrument 1061, the height measurement instrument 1062, and the height measurement instrument 1063, respectively, via the accounts A, B and C.
In an embodiment, the data acquisition device 102 may include multiple types of data acquisition devices 102, and the data acquisition devices respectively acquire corresponding human physiological data for different persons under the control of the central processing device 104, so as to improve the measurement efficiency and reduce the queue waiting time of the persons under test. For example, the data acquisition devices 102 may include three types of data acquisition devices 102, namely, a height measuring instrument 106, a blood glucose analyzer 112 and an electrocardiograph 116, and the three types of data acquisition devices 102 may simultaneously acquire corresponding human physiological data for different persons under test under the control of the central processing device 104.
Accordingly, a plurality of accounts can be created in the central processing device 104 at the same time, and the plurality of accounts can respectively receive the human physiological data acquired by the plurality of data acquisition devices 102 of different types at the same time.
After acquiring the human physiological data, the central processing device 104 may perform storage management on the human physiological data, and perform analysis processing on the human physiological data to provide a health prediction result, so that the relevant tested person can know the health condition of the relevant tested person in time.
In this embodiment, the central processing device 104 may process the acquired physiological data of the human body, extract a feature value, classify the feature value, perform health prediction according to the classification result and in combination with a preset prediction model, and output a health prediction result, where the prediction result may be a probability of occurrence of a certain disease.
The central processing device in this embodiment can also be applied to the other embodiments described above.
In an embodiment, the health management all-in-one machine may further include a display device and/or a printing device, and the display device and/or the printing device is connected to the central processing device 104; the central processing device 104 is further configured to output the health prediction result to a display device for displaying, or output to a printing device for printing.
The embodiment of the present invention is not limited thereto, and the central processing device 104 may also output the health prediction result to a predetermined website platform for logging and viewing by the person to be tested, and may also output the health prediction result to a designated mobile terminal.
After the tested person obtains the prediction result of the self health condition, the tested person can consult with a health management expert or other professionals to obtain expert opinions, suggestions or information. Specifically, in an embodiment, the central processing device 104 may be further configured to establish a communication connection with a remote terminal device, so that the person to be tested communicates with a holder of the remote terminal device or an intelligent expert system pre-installed in the remote terminal device through the human-computer interaction device to obtain opinions, suggestions, or information related to interpretation of the prediction result.
In an embodiment, the central processing device 104 and/or the data collecting device 102 is provided with a positioning module and an alarm module: the positioning module is configured to position a current geographic location of the central processing device 104 and/or the data acquisition device 102. The positioning module can adopt a GPS module, a Beidou module, a GPS + Beidou module and the like.
The alarm module is configured to send alarm information if the current geographic location of the central processing device 104 and/or the data acquisition device 102 exceeds a preset geographic range, so as to prevent the central processing device 104 and/or the data acquisition device 102 from being displaced or lost at will. The alarm module can be a sound alarm which can send out alarm sound, an information alarm module which can send alarm short messages, and the like.
In an embodiment, when a failure occurs in one or some parts of the health management apparatus, for example, when one data acquisition device 102 cannot work normally, the central processing device 104 may further be configured to send a failure alarm message to a remote terminal device, so that the failed device can be repaired in time.
Fig. 13 is a schematic flow chart of an embodiment of a health management method in the present embodiment, where the health management method in the present embodiment is applicable to the central processing device of the health management all-in-one machine in any one of the foregoing embodiments, and referring to fig. 13, the health management method may include:
step 100, acquiring human physiological data.
The human physiological data can include at least one of height, weight, blood pressure, blood sugar, body temperature, electrocardiogram, waist circumference, fat rate, chemical components in urine, trace element content in human body, pulse rate, blood oxygen saturation, bone density, etc.
In this embodiment, the human physiological data can be acquired by the data acquisition device in the health management all-in-one machine embodiment.
102, according to the acquired human physiological data, performing health prediction based on a preset prediction model, and outputting a health prediction result;
wherein the acquiring human physiological data comprises: acquiring at least one of the following human physiological data:
height data, weight data, blood pressure data, blood sugar analysis data, body temperature data, electrocardiogram data, waist circumference data, fat rate data, urine analysis data, blood oxygen data and bone density data.
In the embodiment, after the human physiological data is acquired, the health prediction can be carried out based on the preset prediction model, and the health prediction result is given, so that the relevant tested personnel can know the self health condition in time,
in this embodiment, the central processing device may process the acquired human physiological data, extract a feature value, classify the feature value, perform health prediction according to a classification result in combination with a preset prediction model, and output a health prediction result, where the prediction result may be a probability of occurrence of a certain disease.
In one embodiment, the health prediction result may be output to a display device for display, or output to a printing device for printing.
The embodiment of the invention is not limited to the above, and the health prediction result can be output to a preset website platform for logging and viewing of the tested person, and can also be output to a specified mobile terminal.
In order to separately manage the human physiological data of different tested persons, in an embodiment, before acquiring the human physiological data (step 100), the method may further include: and identifying the identity of the tested personnel.
In one example, the identifying the person under test may include: identifying the biological characteristics of the tested person; and/or identifying a card or two-dimensional code identification provided by the tested person.
Wherein, the card can be an identity card, a medical insurance card, a treatment card and the like. The two-dimensional code can be an electronic two-dimensional code (such as a temporarily generated two-dimensional code in a mobile phone) held by a person to be tested or a two-dimensional code printed on an entity medium (such as a management manual).
In one example, identifying the biometric characteristic of the person under test may include: and identifying the face image of the detected person through the face identification equipment.
In another example, identifying the biometric characteristic of the person under test may include: and identifying the fingerprint of the tested person through fingerprint identification equipment.
In yet another example, identifying the biometric characteristic of the person under test may include: and identifying the iris of the person to be detected through iris identification equipment.
In order to enable the tested person to complete the operation by self under the guidance of the operation guidance voice and/or video without being attended by other persons, in one embodiment, before acquiring the human physiological data (step 100), the method may include: and playing operation guidance voice and/or video for human body physiological data acquisition to the tested person.
In another embodiment, prior to acquiring human physiological data (step 100), the method may comprise: and starting the walking robot to enable the walking robot to provide action and/or voice guidance for the tested person when the tested person uses the data acquisition equipment to acquire the human physiological data. The action guidance can comprise assisting a tested person to take part of data acquisition equipment, showing an operation process to the tested person through self demonstration action, participating part of data acquisition operation and the like, so that the tested person can finish the data acquisition operation under the assistance of the walking robot under the condition of no need of staff on duty.
In an embodiment, before acquiring the human physiological data (step 100), the method may further include: and playing the designated background audio and/or background video to keep the tested person in a calm mood and improve the user experience.
In one embodiment, prior to acquiring human physiological data (step 100), the method comprises: and sending a wake-up signal to the appointed data acquisition equipment so that the appointed data acquisition equipment sends sound and/or photoelectric prompt information after receiving the wake-up signal.
The data acquisition equipment can be provided with a sound and/or photoelectric prompt module for sending sound and/or photoelectric prompt information after receiving the wake-up signal sent by the central processing equipment. According to the sound and/or photoelectric prompt information, the tested person can conveniently identify which data acquisition equipment needs to be adopted for data acquisition operation currently, for example, a sound prompt module and/or a photoelectric prompt module can be arranged in the blood glucose analyzer, and after the blood glucose analyzer receives a wake-up signal sent by the central processing equipment, the blood glucose analyzer can send out sound and/or photoelectric prompt information, such as starting to play specific music and/or sending out a flashing light signal, so that the situation that the tested person needs to use the blood glucose analyzer for data acquisition operation currently is indicated. It should be understood that in other data acquisition devices, audio and/or electro-optical prompting modules may also be provided.
The corresponding data acquisition equipment can be awakened in sequence according to a preset data acquisition sequence so as to complete the acquisition of the required human physiological data in sequence.
In an embodiment, the data acquisition device is in a disabled state without being awakened by the wake-up signal, so as to avoid the acquisition of data in a predetermined order.
Without bystanders, faced with multiple data acquisition devices, the person under test (especially some older people) may have less certainty as to which data acquisition device is currently needed. Besides the above-mentioned sound and light prompting method, some specific action can be taken to prompt the tested person. Specifically, in one embodiment, prior to acquiring human physiological data (step 100), the method may comprise:
sending a lifting control signal to a designated electric lifting device so that the designated electric lifting device lifts designated data acquisition equipment upwards to a preset height according to the lifting control signal; the specified electric lifting device and the specified data acquisition equipment are arranged in the accommodating cavity on the operating platform.
The electric lifting device can be an electric push rod, an electric scissor lifting mechanism or other electric lifting devices. The electric push rod is an electric driving device which converts the rotary motion of a motor into the linear reciprocating motion of the push rod.
Through the lifting action of the electric lifting device, a person to be tested can easily know which data acquisition equipment is currently used; simultaneously, electronic lifting device is according to lifting control signal with data acquisition equipment certainly upwards lift to predetermined height in holding the chamber, also can play the effect of taking out data acquisition equipment from holding the chamber automatically, need not surveyed personnel stretch into with the hand and hold intracavity portion and can take out data acquisition equipment, operate according to portably.
In one embodiment, the sending a lifting control signal to a designated electric lifting device to cause the designated electric lifting device to lift a designated data collecting device up to a predetermined height according to the lifting control signal includes:
sending a first lifting control signal to a first electric lifting device so that the first electric lifting device lifts a first data acquisition device upwards to a preset height according to the first lifting control signal;
sending a second lifting control signal to a second electric lifting device so that the second electric lifting device lifts a second data acquisition device upwards to a preset height according to the second lifting control signal;
the first data acquisition equipment and the second data acquisition equipment are different types of data acquisition equipment and are respectively used for acquiring different types of human physiological data.
In this embodiment, the number of the data acquisition devices may be multiple, and the types of the data acquisition devices may be two or more, and the data acquisition devices are used to acquire different types of human physiological data.
In one embodiment, obtaining height data from the physiological data of the human body may include: and measuring the height of the measured person through a height measuring instrument, and acquiring the height data from the height measuring instrument. The height measuring instrument can adopt the height measuring instrument in the embodiment of the health management all-in-one machine, and the specific structure and the realization principle are not described again;
in an embodiment, prior to obtaining height data by the height measuring instrument, the method may comprise: after the upright post is adjusted to the first height, the upright post is arranged on the operating platform; and adjusting the upright post arranged on the operating platform to be at a second height, wherein the second height is larger than the first height. This facilitates installation of the post in a space of limited height.
In one embodiment, acquiring body temperature data from human physiological data may include: measuring the temperature of the forehead of the tested human body through an infrared thermometer arranged on the upright post; the temperature data is obtained from the infrared thermometer, so that the body temperature can be measured while the height is measured, and the data acquisition efficiency is improved.
Test strips for measuring blood glucose, which are disposable consumables, are usually sold as individual items in test strip containers. When blood glucose is measured, one test strip needs to be taken out from the test strip accommodating box and then inserted into a blood glucose analyzer for blood glucose detection. In the process, on one hand, the test paper needs to be directly contacted with hands, and the test paper is possibly polluted, so that the blood sugar measurement precision is influenced, on the other hand, the operation process is relatively complicated, and for a person to be measured who uses the blood sugar analyzer for the first time, it is probably not clear how to carry out correct operation.
The test paper can be arranged in the blood glucose analyzer in advance, and when the blood glucose analyzer is used, one test paper is automatically taken out, so that the probability of pollution of the test paper can be reduced, the blood glucose measurement precision is improved, and the installation process of the test paper can be simplified. Specifically, in an embodiment, acquiring blood glucose analysis data in human physiological data may include:
pressing or pushing the test paper pushing button to trigger the test paper pushing mechanism to act, and pushing one of more than two pieces of test paper in the test paper accommodating box to a detection position; the first end of the test paper at the detection position is electrically contacted with the input end of the blood glucose analysis module, and the second end of the test paper extends out of a test paper extension port arranged on the shell; the test paper pushing mechanism, the test paper accommodating box and the blood glucose analysis module are arranged in a shell of the blood glucose analyzer, and the test paper pushing button is arranged outside the shell and connected with the test paper pushing mechanism;
the second end of the test paper at the detection position absorbs the human blood so as to analyze the human blood through the blood glucose analysis module to obtain blood glucose analysis data;
obtaining the blood glucose analysis data from the blood glucose analyzer.
In one embodiment, the bottom of the reagent paper accommodating box is provided with an elastic sheet or a spring to press the reagent paper in the reagent paper accommodating box against the top of the accommodating box; the first end of the accommodating box is provided with a first opening, and the second end of the accommodating box is provided with a second opening; the first opening and the second opening are formed at positions close to the top of the box body and correspond to each other, and the size of the first opening and the size of the second opening are matched with the size of the cross section of the test paper; the first end of the test paper is close to the first opening, and the second end of the test paper is close to the second opening; the test paper pushing mechanism comprises a strip-shaped sheet body which is located outside the test paper containing box and corresponds to the first opening, the size of the cross section of the strip-shaped sheet body is matched with the first opening, and the strip-shaped sheet body is connected with the test paper pushing button.
Wherein, press or promote test paper propelling movement button, trigger test paper propelling movement, hold one of them in the test paper more than two in the box with the test paper, the propelling movement is to detecting the position, includes: and pressing or pushing the test paper pushing button to enable one end of the strip-shaped sheet body to extend into the first opening, so that one test paper at the topmost layer in the test paper containing box is pushed to the detection position.
The blood glucose analyzer of this embodiment can adopt the blood glucose analyzer in the aforementioned health management all-in-one machine, and the specific structure and the implementation principle thereof are not described herein again.
In one embodiment, the acquiring physiological data of a human body (step 100) may include: and acquiring human physiological data from the human-computer interaction equipment with the established communication connection, wherein the human-computer interaction equipment is used for manually inputting and/or inputting the human physiological data by voice.
The human-computer interaction device can comprise a keyboard, a handwriting touch screen, a microphone and/or the like. The keyboard can be a physical keyboard or a virtual keyboard displayed on the touch screen.
The human physiological data manually input and/or voice input to the central processing device can be human physiological data acquired by a data acquisition device connected with the central processing device or human physiological data acquired by a data acquisition device at a different place.
In one embodiment, the acquiring physiological data of a human body (step 100) may include: acquiring human body physiological data from a character recognition device which is established with communication connection, wherein the character recognition device is used for scanning character information on a check sheet or a laboratory sheet and recognizing the human body physiological data recorded on the check sheet or the laboratory sheet; and/or acquiring human physiological data from two-dimension code information reading equipment which is in communication connection with the two-dimension code information reading equipment, wherein the two-dimension code information reading equipment is used for reading a two-dimension code containing human physiological data information and acquiring the human physiological data from the information contained in the two-dimension code.
The human physiological data recorded on the inspection sheet, the laboratory sheet and the two-dimensional code can be human physiological data which is detected in advance by remote detection equipment.
In some cases, the mobile terminal (such as a mobile phone) of the person under test may have human physiological data stored thereon in advance. The human physiological data can be data transmitted by other mobile terminals, data downloaded from a cloud server, and data transmitted after being acquired by other data acquisition equipment capable of interacting with the mobile terminals. In order to improve the efficiency of data acquisition or fully utilize the existing human physiological data, in an embodiment, the acquiring human physiological data (step 100) may include: establishing communication connection with a mobile terminal, and acquiring human body physiological data from the mobile terminal; the mobile terminal is stored with human physiological data in advance.
In one embodiment, the acquiring physiological data of a human body (step 100) may include: establishing communication connection with more than two data acquisition devices of the same type; and simultaneously acquiring the human physiological data of the same type aiming at different tested personnel from more than two data acquisition devices of the same type.
In this embodiment, at least two data acquisition devices of the same type are provided in the data acquisition devices, and the data acquisition devices of the same type are used for simultaneously acquiring human physiological data of the same type for different tested persons, so that the measurement efficiency can be improved, and the queuing waiting time of the tested persons can be reduced. The central processing device can simultaneously create a plurality of accounts, and the accounts can respectively and simultaneously receive the human physiological data acquired by a plurality of data acquisition devices of the same type.
In one embodiment, the acquiring physiological data of a human body (step 100) may include: establishing communication connection with more than two different types of data acquisition equipment; and simultaneously acquiring different types of human physiological data aiming at different tested persons from more than two different types of data acquisition equipment.
In this embodiment, the data acquisition device may include multiple types of data acquisition devices, and the data acquisition devices respectively acquire corresponding human physiological data for different tested persons under the control of the central processing device, so as to improve the measurement efficiency and reduce the queuing waiting time of the tested persons. For example, the data acquisition device may include three types of data acquisition devices, namely a height measurement instrument, a blood glucose analyzer and an electrocardiograph, and the three types of data acquisition devices may simultaneously acquire corresponding human physiological data for different tested persons under the control of the central processing device.
Accordingly, a plurality of accounts can be simultaneously created in the central processing device, and the plurality of accounts can respectively and simultaneously receive the human physiological data acquired by the plurality of data acquisition devices of different types.
After the tested person obtains the prediction result of the self health condition, the tested person can consult with a health management expert or other professionals to obtain expert opinions, suggestions or information. Specifically, in an embodiment, the health management method may further include: and establishing communication connection with the remote terminal equipment so that the tested personnel can communicate with the holder of the remote terminal equipment or an intelligent expert system pre-installed in the remote terminal equipment to obtain related opinions, suggestions or information such as interpretation of the prediction result and the like.
In an embodiment, the health management method may further include: positioning the current geographic position of the central processing equipment and/or the data acquisition equipment; and if the current geographical position of the central processing equipment and/or the data acquisition equipment exceeds the preset geographical range, sending alarm information to prevent the central processing equipment and/or the data acquisition equipment from being randomly displaced or lost. The alarm module can be a sound alarm which can send out alarm sound, an information alarm module which can send alarm short messages, and the like.
When a certain part or parts of the health management all-in-one machine have faults, for example when a certain data acquisition device cannot work normally, the central processing device can also be used for sending fault alarm information to the remote terminal device so as to timely maintain the equipment with faults. Specifically, in an embodiment, the health management method may further include: and sending fault alarm information to the remote terminal equipment.
It is noted that, herein, relational terms such as first and second, and the like may be used solely to distinguish one entity or action from another entity or action without necessarily requiring or implying any actual such relationship or order between such entities or actions. Also, the terms "comprises," "comprising," or any other variation thereof, are intended to cover a non-exclusive inclusion, such that a process, method, article, or apparatus that comprises a list of elements does not include only those elements but may include other elements not expressly listed or inherent to such process, method, article, or apparatus. The term "comprising", without further limitation, means that the element so defined is not excluded from the group consisting of additional identical elements in the process, method, article, or apparatus that comprises the element.
All the embodiments in the present specification are described in a related manner, and the same and similar parts among the embodiments may be referred to each other, and each embodiment focuses on the differences from the other embodiments.
The above description is only for the specific embodiment of the present invention, but the scope of the present invention is not limited thereto, and any changes or substitutions that can be easily conceived by those skilled in the art within the technical scope of the present invention are included in the scope of the present invention. Therefore, the protection scope of the present invention shall be subject to the protection scope of the claims.

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1. A health management all-in-one machine, comprising:
the data acquisition equipment is electrically connected with the central processing equipment;
the data acquisition equipment is used for acquiring human physiological data;
the central processing equipment is used for receiving the human physiological data acquired by the data acquisition equipment;
wherein the data acquisition device comprises at least one of the following devices:
height measuring instrument, weight measuring instrument, sphygmomanometer, blood glucose analyzer, infrared thermometer, electrocardiograph, waist circumference measuring instrument, fat measuring instrument, urine analyzer, blood oxygen measuring instrument, and bone density measuring instrument.
2. The health management all-in-one machine of claim 1, further comprising identity information recognition equipment, wherein the identity information recognition equipment is connected with the central processing equipment and is used for carrying out identity recognition on a person to be tested.
3. The health management kiosk of claim 2 wherein the identity information recognition device comprises: a biometric identification device, a card reader, and/or a two-dimensional code identification device.
4. The health management kiosk of claim 3 wherein the biometric identification device comprises: a face recognition device, a fingerprint recognition device, and/or an iris recognition device.
5. The health management all-in-one machine of claim 1, further comprising a playing device, wherein the playing device is connected with the central processing device, and is used for playing operation guidance voice and/or video for human body physiological data acquisition to a tested person, or playing designated background audio and/or background video.
6. The health management all-in-one machine as claimed in claim 1, further comprising a walking robot for providing motion and/or voice guidance to the person under test when the person under test uses the data acquisition device for human physiological data acquisition.
7. The health management all-in-one machine of claim 1, wherein the data acquisition device is provided with a sound and/or photoelectric prompt module for sending sound and/or photoelectric prompt information after receiving the wake-up signal sent by the central processing device.
8. The health management all-in-one machine of claim 1, further comprising an operation console, wherein the central processing device is arranged on the operation console;
the operating platform is provided with an accommodating cavity for accommodating the data acquisition equipment;
the opening of the accommodating cavity is upward, and an electric lifting device is arranged at the bottom of the accommodating cavity;
the electric lifting device is electrically connected with the central processing equipment and is used for receiving a lifting control signal sent by the central processing equipment and lifting the data acquisition equipment upwards to a preset height from the accommodating cavity according to the lifting control signal.
9. The health management all-in-one machine of claim 8, wherein the types of the data acquisition equipment are more than two, and the data acquisition equipment is respectively used for acquiring different types of human physiological data;
the number of the accommodating cavities is more than two, and each accommodating cavity is used for accommodating one data acquisition device.
10. A health management method, comprising:
acquiring human physiological data;
according to the acquired human physiological data, performing health prediction based on a preset prediction model, and outputting a health prediction result;
wherein the acquiring human physiological data comprises: acquiring at least one of the following human physiological data:
height data, weight data, blood pressure data, blood sugar analysis data, body temperature data, electrocardiogram data, waist circumference data, fat rate data, urine analysis data, blood oxygen data and bone density data.
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