KR101732631B1 - System for Taking Medicine Care Service based on mobile device - Google Patents

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KR101732631B1
KR101732631B1 KR1020160026571A KR20160026571A KR101732631B1 KR 101732631 B1 KR101732631 B1 KR 101732631B1 KR 1020160026571 A KR1020160026571 A KR 1020160026571A KR 20160026571 A KR20160026571 A KR 20160026571A KR 101732631 B1 KR101732631 B1 KR 101732631B1
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A system according to the present invention includes: a medication dispenser having a wireless communication device; A cradle capable of wirelessly communicating the medicines through the plurality of medicines; A mobile device that controls the above-mentioned medicines and cradles when they exchange information with wireless communication; .

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[0001] The present invention relates to a mobile device-based medical care management system,
The present invention relates to a medication management system based on a mobile device.
With the development of medical technology and the average life expectancy, the number of elderly people in Korea is rapidly increasing. Elderly people need more attention to health and disease management than other age groups. According to the statistical data, the elderly population in 2000 exceeded 7% and entered the aging society. By 2022, the elderly population would reach 14.3% and the elderly population would reach 19.3% in 2026, It is forecast.
The elderly population or physical weakness is emerging as a full-fledged consumer. As the aging population becomes a single consumer, the business community is developing various products for them. In recent years, the elderly are required to pay more attention to health and disease management than elderly people due to the increase in the proportion of elderly people in Korea and elderly people.
In Korea, 70.9% of elderly people aged 65 years or older have three or more chronic diseases such as hypertension.
According to data from Bundang Seoul National University Hospital, 4 out of 10 elderly patients were taking more than 4 drugs, and it was reported that adverse effects were caused by adverse drug reactions. However, if you are afraid of side effects and are reluctant to take medicines unconditionally, you should be careful because it may worsen the disease or harm your health.
In particular, medication management for the elderly is very important, but management of the medication is not easy for the elderly whose memory is remarkably low. In particular, it is a great burden to seniors when they have to observe the time of taking, take several medicines, manage several medicines at the same time, and remember the location of medicines.
Researches to solve these problems have been studied in various forms at home and abroad, and the results have been realized. However, considering the above problems, the conventional medication management system is still incomplete and its stability is not sufficient.
US 07877268 B1 JP 22234275 B1 KR 1016438 B1 KR 1297272 B1 KR 1210272 B1 KR 1042245 B1 KR 2014-0100678 A
The present invention provides a medication management system for facilitating the smooth administration of a general medication, a chronic disease, and an elderly patient.
The present invention is a research project to develop "u-Smart Pill Box-based real-time mobile Taking Medicine Care Service", and it is possible to easily manage the medication time without alarm regardless of the place of the patient, the chronic disease patient and the elderly patient. And provides a mobile-based medication management system that enables to confirm history information.
The system according to the invention:
A pill box including a casing provided with a wireless communication device and including a sensing device for sensing the entrance and exit of the accommodating container by accommodating the accommodating passage including a plurality of medicament containers for one time administration;
A cradle capable of carrying out the medicament-passing wireless communication by guiding the medicament container to be used with a plurality of medicament containers; And
And a mobile device for exchanging information with the medication container and the cradle through wireless communication and providing medication information to a user.
A display device such as an LED is provided in the medication dispenser so as to display a medication instruction alarm at the time of taking the medication, and guide the medication time through the sound.
The medicament container may include a unique radio tag such as Bluetooth or NFC, and performs communication with the cradle.
The mobile device may include a smart phone.
The mobile device such as the smart phone recognizes the unique information of the relevant medicament through the radio tag of the medicament and inputs or inquires the medicament schedule information about the medicines.
The mobile device may include an application for checking at least one of drug information, drug information basic information, drug information, and drug location information.
The cradle includes a plurality of mounting portions for mounting a plurality of medication containers, each of which may have an exclusive 1: 1 mounting structure capable of mounting only a designated medication container.
The cradle can confirm the detachment / attachment of the medicine container by using the electrical contact of the medication pass, and the visual alarm effect can be applied by lighting the part containing the medicine by attaching the LED.
The medication dispenser may include a Bluetooth device and may extend the service life of the battery using a Bluetooth low energy (BLE).
It becomes possible to manage health through prevention of misuse and misuse of medicines through guidance of correct medication and alarms for medication subjects, chronic diseases patients and elderly patients.
In addition, it is possible to manage safety medication through prevention of drug misuse by expanding application of hospital inpatient medication management system. In addition, it is possible to manage the health through the prevention of medication administration through the guidance of the correct medication and the alarm of the subject, the chronic disease patient and the elderly patient. In addition, it is possible to manage patients' health through pharmacy dispensing and drug management program linkage, and to expand new u-Healthcare market through IT-medical convergence technology.
1 is a schematic block diagram of a mobile device-based medication management system according to the present invention.
FIG. 2A is an external perspective view of a cradle in which a portable medical pillow according to the present invention is mounted on a cradle body and a lid is placed thereon.
FIG. 2B is a perspective view of the cradle according to the present invention with the cover removed. FIG.
FIG. 3A is a schematic perspective view of a medication bottle according to the present invention. FIG.
FIG. 3B is a partial cutaway side view showing a circuit part and a battery installation structure in the medical treatment pill according to the present invention. FIG.
3C is a schematic perspective view of a receiving container for storing medicines in a medicament container according to the present invention
FIG. 4 is a configuration diagram showing the relationship of the medicament-passing cradle according to the present invention. FIG.
5A to 5E illustrate execution screens of an application for medication management in a mobile device according to the present invention.
FIG. 6 shows the structure and information flow of the entire system according to the present invention.
Hereinafter, an embodiment of a medicament system according to the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings.
Referring to FIG. 1, a mobile device-based medication management system 10 according to the present invention includes a server system 1, a mobile device 2, a medication container 3, and a cradle 4.
Here, the server system 1 is an independent system for storing and managing all information related to medicines for a plurality of users. When the system is limited to a single user or a small number of users, Or may be included as an internal module in software form in the mobile device 2 according to an embodiment. This internal module may include, for example, an SQL-based database file and an application (app) that drives it. Thus, in the following description of the present invention, the "server system" is not limited to any particular implementation as an information management means for a single user or multiple users, although it is not described as an independent system. Also, in the mobile device 2, a drug administration system in the form of an application for an individual user is driven. The medication management system may directly drive the database file. In the following description of the embodiment, a separate server system 1 for a plurality of users is assumed, and the technical scope of the present invention is not limited by the reasons described above.
Returning to FIG. 1, the server system 1, which can be implemented in various forms, is connected to the mobile device 2 so as to exchange information, and stores information related to the medication of a single user or a plurality of users. As described above, the server system 1 may be implemented as an independent system, or may be embedded in the mobile device 2 in the form of a software-like internal module.
The mobile device 2 is also communicably connected to the medicament container 3 and the cradle 4. The medicament container (3) includes a receptacle (32) for storing pills and a casing (31) for accommodating the receptacle (32). The cradle 4 includes a cradle body 41 and a lid 42 covering the cradle body 41. The cradle body 41 has a mounting groove 43 (see FIG. 2a) Many are provided.
The server system 1 and the mobile device 2 may be connected to each other through a general wide area or local communication network and the mobile device 2, the medicine container 3 and the cradle 4 may be connected to each other via a peer To-peer-type short-range communication.
The most common smartphone can be used as the mobile device 2. Herein, the drug information to be taken by the user, the medication schedule including the medication time and the medication amount or medication note, the previous medication time and the next medication remaining time information And medication history information having medication history information.
Referring to FIG. 2A, the cradle 4 includes a body 41 and a cover 42 that covers these bodies. The lower body 41 has a mounting portion 43 into which a plurality of medicament containers 3 are inserted.
Referring to FIG. 2B, a plurality of medicament containers 3 are mounted on the upper surface of the body 41 of the cradle 4, in this embodiment, six medicines. Reference numeral 41 in FIG. 2B is a functional button, which may correspond to a emergency button, for example, a medicament user in an emergency situation. When the function button is pressed, the communication system built in the cradle 4 can notify the emergency situation to the designated guardian 119 or the nearby police station that the user has already registered.
Since a large number of medicament containers 3 are attached to the cradle 4, it is possible to store medicines for a predetermined period, for example, one month. In addition, the cradle 4 can be charged with the battery built in the medicament container 3 when the medicament container 3 is mounted by incorporating the filling device. At this time, the charging circuit may have a wireless charging system by a magnetic induction circuit or a wire type structure by a connector.
Also, the cradle 4 can specify the medication bottle 3 to be used that day on the day according to the inputted schedule. This instruction is issued by turning on a display device 35 (see FIG. 3A) such as an LED provided in the medication bottle 3 among the various medication containers 4 mounted on the cradle 4, This is made possible by sounding an alarm with a sound device.
According to another embodiment of the present invention, a structure for locking the medication bottle 4 on the mounting portion 43 provided on the body 41 of the cradle 4 may be provided. In this case, It is possible to separate only the cylinder 4, thereby preventing misuse and abuse.
Further, the cradle 4 may transmit the information through the mobile device before the medicine is consumed in the medication container 3, thereby allowing the user to take a follow-up action. On the other hand, by registering a person to take medicines for each medicament container (4), only the person corresponding to the designated time can be allowed to eat medicine.
3A and 3B, the medicament container 3 which can be carried by the user is provided with a display unit 35 made of an LED lamp or the like on the outside, and a battery 34 and a circuit unit 33 are built in the inside thereof . The medicament container 3 includes a cartridge-type receptacle 32 for storing medicines such as pills and a casing 31 having an internal space for accommodating the receptacle 32 in a mating form.
The casing 31 is provided with a circuit unit 33 including a sensing device for detecting the entry / exit of the receiving cylinder 32 and a communication unit for communicating with the cradle 4, a battery 34, (35a).
The socket 35a may be a USB socket to which a recently used 5V USB connector 35b is connected in a wired manner. In this case, a USB plug (not shown) having the USB connector structure shown in FIG. 3B may be provided on the bottom floor of the cradle 4 for charging the battery through the cradle 4. [ According to this embodiment of the present invention, the charging of the medication bottle 3 can be directly charged not only by the cradle 4 but also by a separate USB charger.
Meanwhile, the sensing device may include the magnet and the magnetic sensor. In this case, the magnet is attached to the bottom of the receiving cylinder 32, and the magnetic sensor can be installed on the bottom of the casing 31. It is possible to check the withdrawal of the receptacle 32 from the casing 31 and thereby determine whether the user is medicinal.
On the other hand, the circuit unit of the casing 31 can guide the user when the user moves away from the mobile device, that is, when the user moves away from the user by a predetermined distance. As a communication system for this purpose, Bluetooth is a good application.
That is, when the mobile device 2 such as a smart phone communicates with the medicament dispenser 3 via Bluetooth or the like, the medicament dispenser 3 warns the user of the medicament dispenser 3 by vibration or sound, 3 may warn or guide the user through the display unit 35 using an LED lamp or the like. The information exchange between the medicament container 3 and the mobile device 2 can be performed through NFC.
3C, the receiving cylinder 32 is provided with a plurality of receiving portions 32a, 32a and 32a. The receiving portions 32a are opened or closed by the respective opening / closing portions 32b, do. Here, in each of the receptacle 32 of the medicament container 3, a storage part 32a for storing pellets may be provided in a number corresponding to the number of times of taking a day, for example, three The receiving portions 32a, 32a, and 32a may be provided.
3C, the receiving portion 32 and the opening / closing portion 32b are shown in a specific structure, but may be implemented in various forms according to various embodiments of the present invention.
The medicament container 3 detects whether the medicament containing container 32 enters or exits from the casing 31 by a sensor and the information is transmitted to the mobile device 2, May be transmitted directly or indirectly through the cradle (4).
FIG. 4 is a configuration diagram showing the relationship of the medicament-passing cradle according to the present invention. FIG.
The mobile device 2 and the medicament container 3 can communicate with each other via Bluetooth and NFC through a plurality of communication networks in this embodiment. Through the Bluetooth, the distance between the mobile device 2 and the medicament container 3 is measured so that the medicament container 3 is not separated from the user by a predetermined distance or more. In addition, information between the medication container 3 and the mobile device 2 is performed through NFC. The mobile device 2 recognizes the unique information of the medication through the NFC tag provided in the medication container 3, sets the alarm time through the NFC, and determines on-off of the alarm and on-off of the display. The LED control module provided in the medicament container 3 controls the alarm and the display.
The mobile device 2 executes a medication scheduling and medication information service application for performing a given function. These service apps can be based on NFC.
As described above, the mobile device 2 recognizes the NFC tag in the medication container 3, and then enters the corresponding drug information and enters the medication scheduling information. Here, when the medication container 3 is recognized again by the mobile device 2, drug information and medication information of the medication container 3 can be inquired.
5A to 5E illustrate various interface screens of an NFC-based medication information management application executed in the mobile device 2 according to the present invention.
The app according to the present invention is constructed to enable the following services.
Medication Information Service :
<> Name of the drug, name of the drug, name of the disease (disease)
Medication management and medication history information service :
<> Medication time input and inquiry function
<> Medication time alarm setting and alarm function
<> Medication history (former medication) information (history information) inquiry and Oh medication warning
Medicinal Drug Location Information Management Service :
<> Drug storage location Photo shooting function
<> Capture drug information and drug information mapping function
<> Drug storage location information inquiry function
In the system according to the present invention as described above, a method of exchanging messages between a smartphone as a mobile device and a medication dispenser can be defined as follows.
* Message Type: A string indicating the type of message (displayed in lower case alphabet)
* Separator: A character that connects the message type with the content and is indicated by a colon (:).
* Contents: Contents according to message type
* Exit: The character that separates the end of the message and the next message.
Eg id: YU6GF4FGER time: 201405221631 alarm: 11530010001000100,2011501001000100
Write access (SMART Phone -> u-Smart Pill Case) can be defined as follows.
* Patient information: unique id for patient information
- Message type: id
- Content: Unique 10-digit string
- Yes) id: YU6GF4FGER
* Set current time
- Message Type: time
- Contents: Refer to Table 1 below
 year month Work city minute second
2014 05 22 14 59 59

· Year: 4 digits (2010 ~ 2114)
· Month: Two digits (01 to 12)
· Day: 2 digits (01 to 31)
· City: 2 digits (00 ~ 23)
· Minute: 2 digits (00 ~ 59)
· Seconds: 2 digits (00 to 59), optional
· Eg) time: 201405221748
* Alarm setting
- Message Type: alarm
- Contents: Refer to Table 2 below
slot
number
city minute LED
action
(minute)
LED behavior
(second)
Beep
action
(minute)
Beep
action
(second)
dosage
timeover
(minute)
dosage
timeover
(second)
Separator
One 02 25 01 00 00 30 02 00 ,

· Slot number: 1 digit number (0 ~ 9)
· Time: 2-digit number (00 ~ 23)
· Minute: minute to be alarmed, 2 digits (00 ~ 59)
· LED operation (minute): LED during alarm operation period (00 ~ 99)
· LED operation (sec): LED during alarm period (00 ~ 59)
· Beep operation (minute): beep operation for alarm period (00 ~ 99)
· Beep operation (sec): beep during alarm period (00 ~ 59)
· Medication timeover (minutes): Approved for medication for the minute (00 to 99)
· Medication timeover (sec): Approved for medication during alarm (00 ~ 59)
· Separator: Add a comma (,) when setting different alarms continuously.
- Yes) alarm: 11530010001000100,20115010001000100,00000010001000100
* Delete information
- Message Type: clear
- Content: Enter the message to be deleted
· Id: Delete patient information
· Time: Delete the current time
· Alarm1: Delete alarm 1
· Alarm2: Delete alarm number 2
· Log: Delete medication information.
- Yes) clear: id, time, alarm1, alarm9, log
③ Read access (u-Smart Pill Case -> SMART Phone)
* Patient information: unique id for patient information
- Message type: id
- Content: Unique 10-digit string
- Yes) id: YU6GF4FGER
* Medication history: Time information when a patient has or has not taken medication
- Message type: log
- Contents: Refer to Table 3 below
year month Work city minute EV Type Separator
14 05 23 09 54 One ,

· Year: year of the event, 2 digits (10 ~ 99)
· Month: Event occurrence month, 2 digits (01 ~ 12)
· Day: Date of the event, 2 digits (01 ~ 31)
• Time: When an event occurs, a 2-digit number (00 to 23)
· Minute: Event occurrence, 2 digits (00 ~ 59)
· EV Type: Event type,
1 = Press the take button when the alarm is ringing
2 = Press the button at any time regardless of the alarm
3 = When the dosage time has passed
· Separator: Append a comma (,) when there is another event log continuously.
- Yes) log: 14052309541,14052300243,14052220483
* Page information: Indicates the number of remaining pages if the medication record can not be displayed at once
- Continuous read access decreases the page number and displays medication information on the next page.
- If you do write access or do not read again within 30 seconds after read access, it will change to the first page.
- Message Type: page
- Contents: Page number: 2 digits (00 ~ 99)
- example) page: 01
* Version information: Displays the firmware version.
- Message type: ver
- Content: 3-byte unique number string
- Yes) ver: 100
The present invention can be applied in various forms as follows.
* It is possible to use medicines, chronic disease patients and elderly patients through pharmacies and drugstores at home and abroad. For example, when a drug is purchased from a pharmacy when the patient is prescribed by the hospital after the commercialization product is manufactured, the drug is sold from the pharmacy to the customer (patient)
* It is possible to use general patient through convenience store. For example, after manufacturing a commercial product, it is sold at convenience stores so that it can be easily purchased for general patients as well as chronic diseases patients and elderly patients
* It is possible to use hospitals by expanding the system to the hospital's medication management system. For example, it can be used as a medication management system for patients in private hospitals and general hospitals by expanding the system after producing commercial products for hospitals.
* It is possible to utilize the hospital by expanding the system to the hospital special medicine (psychotropic medicines and drug drug) management system. For example, it can be used as a medication management system for patients in private hospitals and general hospitals through upgrading and expansion of system functions after manufacturing of hospital products.
The present invention enables the IoT (Internet of Things) base to be safely, conveniently, and economically performed, and not only the user but also the provider or the prescriber can enjoy such advantages.
FIG. 6 shows the structure and information flow of the entire system according to the present invention.
The display time of the LED is provided on the display unit of the Smart Pill Box, and the display unit and the sound alarm function are installed to allow the user to take the taking alarm when the time comes. When the smart tag module of the Smart Pill Box is recognized as a smart phone, it is possible to easily input and inquire drug information schedule information (schedule information) for the drug to be used. In addition, drug information, basic information on medication, medication history information, and medication location information can be confirmed through a medication information management information service application installed and used in a smart phone.
While this invention has been described in connection with what is presently considered to be the most practical and preferred embodiment, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed embodiments, but, on the contrary, is intended to cover various modifications and equivalent arrangements included within the spirit and scope of the invention. Therefore, the true scope of protection of the present invention should be defined only by the appended claims.

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  1. And a short-range wireless communication device, comprising: a casing accommodating a plurality of cartridge-type storage passages accommodating medicines; and a display unit informing a user of medicines, wherein the medicament container is configured to detect entrance /
    A plurality of the medicine medicines can be wirelessly communicated with the medicines, and the medicines in the plurality of medicines can be displayed on the display part of the medicines in accordance with the medicament schedule, A cradle having a structure for locking the barrel inseparably;
    And transmits and receives a medication schedule (schedule) to the cradle, and stores and manages the medication in accordance with the medication information obtained in the medication dispenser, A mobile device adapted to warn or guide when the medication pass-through communication is distant from each other; And
    And a system server for storing the user's medication information as the mobile device is connected.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the medicine medicament box is provided with a sensing device including a mark net and a magnetic sensor for detecting the entrance / exit of the storage box.
  3. delete
  4. 3. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    Wherein the medicament-passing mobile device communicates concurrently through a plurality of communication networks.
  5. 5. The method of claim 4,
    Wherein the plurality of communication networks includes at least one of Bluetooth or NFC.
  6. 3. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    Wherein the system server is embedded in the mobile device.
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