KR20140037326A - Realtime ecg monitoring system and method for personal health records - Google Patents

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KR20140037326A
KR20140037326A KR1020120102551A KR20120102551A KR20140037326A KR 20140037326 A KR20140037326 A KR 20140037326A KR 1020120102551 A KR1020120102551 A KR 1020120102551A KR 20120102551 A KR20120102551 A KR 20120102551A KR 20140037326 A KR20140037326 A KR 20140037326A
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system and method for a personal health record (PHR), comprising: an electrocardiogram (ECG) measuring an electrocardiogram (ECG) of an individual; Receiving ECG data measured through the ECG and wired and wireless communication and output to the visualization module to provide information on the ECG graph, heart rate, stress index, provides a measurement history, and select whether to save the measurement results to the system A mobile terminal having an application; An electrocardiogram monitoring system for storing and managing personal health record (PHR) information and electrocardiogram (ECG) information; And a web client accessing the EKG monitoring system through the Internet and providing a personal health record management web page and an EKG monitoring web page. This sends the patient's electrocardiogram (ECG) data measured from the ECG to the smartphone, saves the patient's ECG data from the smartphone application to the ECG monitoring system in real time, and uses a web page to manage the patient's personal health care. It uses bio signals for ECG, pulse, and stress, monitors the patient's PHR and ECG status in real time, and continuously manages personal health records.

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Real-time ECG monitoring system and method for Personal Health Records

The present invention relates to a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system and method for a personal health record (PHR), and in particular, to send a patient's electrocardiogram (ECG: Electrocardiogram) data measured by an electrocardiogram monitor to a smart phone, a smartphone application The ECG data of the patient is measured and transmitted to the ECG monitoring system in real time, and the web-based client / server method allows the administrator to access the personal health record management webpage and the ECG monitoring webpage. ECG), and the present invention relates to a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system and method for personal health records utilizing biosignals for pulse, stress, and monitoring personal health records and ECG information.

Recently, the overall environmental changes in the healthcare industry, such as the aging population, the proliferation of chronic diseases, and the resulting increase in medical costs, have led to the development of medical service centers for healthcare and disease management. In other words, patients are continually managing their personal health records (PHRs) and transitioning to prevent disease. Accordingly, researches on various types of health care services to manage health and disease by measuring and analyzing biosignals more conveniently in general homes and everyday life are being actively conducted.

Representative health services include, for example, Telehealth Solutions and Mobile Wireless Health Solurion. Among them, the former collects the biological signals related to health at home and transmits them to the management center to provide a remote monitoring solution for feedback. The latter transmits the biometric information measured by the portable sensor module to the management center through the mobile terminal. This service provides health care information. Both services can easily acquire a biosignal using a non-binding biosignal measurement module, and transmit it to a health care center using wired / wireless communication technology to continuously monitor a patient's condition and manage disease.

However, since these types of services store and transmit and manage the collected biological signals for a certain period of time, there is a limit to prompt response in case of an emergency.

An object of the present invention for solving the problems of the prior art is to transmit the electrocardiogram (ECG: Electrocardiogram) data of the patient measured by the ECG to the smartphone, the ECG monitoring system of the patient measured ECG data from the smartphone application in real time It uses the personal health record management web page and electrocardiogram monitoring web page as a web-based client / server method to utilize biosignal signals for ECG, pulse and stress for personal health management of patients. It is to provide a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for the personal health record (PHR), which monitors the personal health record (PHR) and electrocardiogram information by the administrator's web browser.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring method for a personal health record (PHR).

In order to achieve the object of the present invention, a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for a personal health record includes: an electrocardiogram measuring device for measuring an electrocardiogram (ECG) of an individual; Receiving ECG data measured through the ECG and wired and wireless communication and output to the visualization module to provide information on the ECG graph, heart rate, stress index, provides a measurement history, and select whether to save the measurement results to the system A mobile terminal having an application; An electrocardiogram monitoring system for storing and managing personal health record (PHR) information and electrocardiogram (ECG) information; And a web client accessing the EKG monitoring system through the Internet and providing a personal health record management web page and an EKG monitoring web page.

In order to achieve the other object of the present invention, the real-time electrocardiogram monitoring method for personal health record, (a) connecting the mobile terminal through the ECG and wired and wireless communication, and through the account creation and login process of the application of the mobile terminal After the initial execution of the app, the login session is maintained until the end, and the electrocardiogram is measured by self-receiving ECG data measured from the patch-type ECG meter to the mobile terminal and output to the visualization module ECG graph, heart rate, stress index Providing information, selecting whether to save the measurement result, and storing the information into an ECG monitoring system; And (b) conducting a personal health record management process for checking and managing electrocardiogram data generated and stored through self-measurement process, and having the personal account information logged in via mobile and web, the electrocardiogram data stored in the web server of the electrocardiogram monitoring system. Get and check by date (monthly, weekly, daily), and if the Internet-enabled environment anytime, anywhere, including the steps of monitoring and checking personal health records and ECG by members of the account through the application and the web page of the mobile terminal do.

In order to achieve another object of the present invention, the present invention provides a mobile terminal, such as a computer and a smart phone, (a) connecting the mobile terminal via ECG and wired and wireless communication, and account creation and login of the application of the mobile terminal Through the process, the login session is continuously maintained until the end of the first app execution, and the electrocardiogram is self-measured to receive the electrocardiogram data measured from the patch-type electrocardiograph to the mobile terminal and output to the visualization module for the electrocardiogram graph and heart rate. Providing information of the stress index, and selecting whether to save the measurement result and storing it in the ECG monitoring system; And (b) conducting a personal health record management process for checking and managing electrocardiogram data generated and stored through self-measurement process, and having the personal account information logged in via mobile and web, the electrocardiogram data stored in the web server of the electrocardiogram monitoring system. Get and check by date (monthly, weekly, daily), and if you have an Internet-enabled environment, you can monitor, check, and manage your personal health records and ECG by members of your account through the application and web page of your mobile device anytime, anywhere. The present invention provides a recording medium that can be read by a computer and a portable terminal having a program recorded thereon.

The real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system and method for a personal health record (PHR) according to the present invention transmits the patient's electrocardiogram (ECG) data measured by an electrocardiogram, unlike the existing services, to a smartphone, and the patient's electrocardiogram from a smartphone application. Data is transmitted and stored in real time to the ECG monitoring system, and biometric signals on electrocardiogram (ECG), pulse and stress are used to manage the patient's personal health using web pages, and the administrator uses the Real-time monitoring of PHR and ECG status, along with ongoing personal health records. The proposed electrocardiogram monitoring system utilizes bio signals on electrocardiogram (ECG), pulse, and stress for general patient personal health care, and uses HTML5 web socket for real-time data transmission from smart phone application to electrocardiogram monitoring system. It was. This allows patients or administrators to easily monitor personal health records (PHRs) and electrocardiograms (ECGs) with just a web browser.

The present invention provides a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for a personal health record (PHR) that can continuously monitor the health of the patient in the daily life of the patient, and the individual can manage the health record independently from the existing medical institution-centered medical services Suggested. ECG monitoring system consists of ECG, smart phone, web server, web page, and uses HTML5 standard web socket technology to enable two-way communication in real time through web browser only without the inconvenience of installing other programs and plug-ins. . In addition, the proposed ECG monitoring system can measure and monitor the ECG of a patient in real time without limitation of time and space by using a smart phone and the Internet. You can respond immediately. In the future, it will provide integrated health care services by adding various health information-related contents to web pages by additionally implementing interworking with other biosignal measuring devices.

1 is a configuration of a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for a personal health record according to the present invention.
2 is an internal configuration of a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for a personal health record according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 3 is a flow chart illustrating a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring method for a personal health record according to the present invention.
4 shows a data flow and sequence diagram of the components of a smartphone, web server, web page for real-time electrocardiogram monitoring.
FIG. 5 illustrates an entity-relationship diagram including a member table, an authorization table, and an electrocardiogram data information table in a database table definition when real-time electrocardiogram monitoring is performed according to an embodiment of the present invention. .
Figure 6 is logged in to the web server on the login screen of the smartphone application 6 (a), after selecting the waiter from the measurement history waiting list in 6 (b), select the self-measurement button on the main screen to start the ECG measurement In 6 (c), check the measurement history (height, weight, start time, end time, heart rate (highest / lowest / average), stress (highest / lowest / average), and visualize the result of 6 (d). Modulo ECG graph output screen.
7 is a screen showing a personal health record management web page and an electrocardiogram monitoring web page.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a configuration of a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for a personal health record according to the present invention.

2 is an internal configuration of a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for a personal health record according to an embodiment of the present invention.

The real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for the personal health record (PHR) includes an electrocardiogram (100), a portable terminal (smartphone) 110, an electrocardiogram monitoring system 140, and a web client 130.

The real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for the personal health record is provided with a USB connection including a USB controller for connecting the portable terminal (smartphone) 110 with a USB cable or communicating with any one of Bluetooth, ZigBee and RF. An electrocardiogram (100) including a wireless communication unit (eg, a Bluetooth communication unit) and measuring an electrocardiogram (ECG) of an individual; And a wireless communication unit (for example, a Bluetooth communication unit) for communicating by any one of Bluetooth, ZigBee, RF, or a USB connection unit for wired connection with the ECG 100 by a USB cable, and with the ECG 100 Receive ECG data of patients measured through wire / wireless communication and output to visualization module to provide ECG graph, heart rate and stress index information, display individual reporter by account member, provide measurement history by account member, A mobile terminal (smart phone) 110 having an application for selecting whether to store the information or storing the information to a web server; An electrocardiogram monitoring system including the web server, receiving and storing electrocardiogram data sampled from the mobile terminal application, and storing and managing personal health record (PHR) information and electrocardiogram (ECG) information ( 140); And a web client 130 connected to the EKG monitoring system 140 to provide an individual health record management web page and an EKG monitoring web page.

The electrocardiogram measuring apparatus 100 includes an electrocardiogram measuring unit 101 for measuring an electrocardiogram (ECG) of an individual when using wireless communication such as Bluetooth, ZigBee, RF, etc. as an embodiment; A first control unit 102 connected to the electrocardiogram measuring unit 101 and controlling each function; A storage unit (not shown) connected to the first control unit 102 and storing measured electrocardiogram data; And a wireless communication unit 103 connected to the first control unit 102 and transmitting the measured electrocardiogram data to the mobile terminal 110 in one of Bluetooth, ZigBee, and RF communication units.

The electrocardiogram measuring apparatus 100 may include an electrocardiogram measuring unit 101 for measuring an electrocardiogram (ECG) of an individual when the USB card is connected and used in another embodiment; A first control unit 102 connected to the electrocardiogram measuring unit 101 and controlling each function; A storage unit (not shown) connected to the first control unit 102 and storing measured electrocardiogram data; And a USB connection unit 103-1 connected to the first control unit 102 and connected to the ECG monitor 100 by wire with a USB cable.

The electrocardiogram monitoring system 140 includes a web server 141 for providing a web page using the HTTP protocol, a control unit 142 connected to the web server and controlling overall functions; A member information manager 143 managing member information; A user authentication unit 144 for checking user authentication with ID and Passwd; A personal health record (PHR) manager 145 for storing and managing personal health record (PHR) information for each member; An ECG data manager 146 that stores and manages individual ECG data; A billing processing unit 147 for processing billing for monthly usage fees; And a database 148 composed of a member DB, a PHR DB, and an ECG DB.

The mobile terminal 110 uses any one of a smart phone and a mobile communication terminal. In an embodiment of the present invention, a smart phone is used and ECG data is transmitted from the ECG measuring device 100 to the smart phone 110 through the Bluetooth communication unit. An embodiment of transmitting has been described, but is not limited thereto.

The real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system and method for a personal health record (PHR) of the present invention, unlike conventional services, transmits electrocardiogram (ECG) data of a patient measured by the electrocardiogram (100) to the smart phone 110 via Bluetooth communication. And transmits and stores the patient's electrocardiogram data from the smart phone application to the electrocardiogram monitoring system 140 in real time, and utilizes biosignal signals for electrocardiogram (ECG), pulse, and stress for the patient's personal health care. Web pages can be used to monitor the patient's PHR and ECG status in real time, and to maintain personal health records on an ongoing basis. The ECG monitoring system uses biosignal signals for electrocardiogram (ECG), pulse rate, and stress for general patient personal health care, and uses HTML5 web sockets for real-time data transmission and reception from smartphone applications to ECG monitoring systems. This allows patients or administrators to easily monitor personal health records and electrocardiograms with just a web browser.

1.1 Personal Health Record (PHR)

The Personal Health Record (PHR) is a tool for managing an individual's lifelong records and their records from an integrated and comprehensive view of individual health information provided by many medical institutions and personally recorded health records. Such a PHR is recognized as a decisive tool for forming a partnership between a health care provider and a consumer, and the use of the PHR system can reduce or eliminate duplicate treatments or procedures, thereby reducing costs and time. And patients can play a more active role in their healthcare through PHR.

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Standalone
Individuals create their own PHRs using standalone systems or web-based applications using commercially available applications. Patients can enter and access health data through this system, and self-monitoring. PHR in this simple form is an independent system that is not connected to any other system.
  Limited As a service provided through the homepage of a medical institution, patients can view the health information stored in the HER of their health care provider. Only the information of the medical institution can be viewed independently.   Connection It is a system that is connected in various ways with the medical institution EHR system and other operators' PHR system, and is connected with various health care data sources to acquire and exchange personal health records.

Table 1 shows a common PHR platform, and the proposed method is implemented as a standalone PHR system managed by an individual without connecting with other systems such as medical institutions.

1.2 HTML5 Web Sockets (WebSocket)

As the problems caused by the current web usage patterns and technical limitations of the existing HTTP are increasing, the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), an international standardization organization, can run only with a web browser without the need for a separate execution environment and powerful multimedia functions. We proposed HTML5, the world's standard platform with.

WebSocket technology is a key component of the HTML5 standard, which enables fast real-time two-way communication over the web without complicated programming on the server side. In addition, HTML5 provides a full-duplex communication model that allows Web browsers to communicate directly with TCP-based back-ends. By using web sockets, data can be sent and received between the server and the client synchronously without any restriction, which greatly reduces the latency. The traditional half-duplex feature eliminates the need for clients to connect directly to back-end services, eliminating the need for multiple application servers to convert, interpret, and reformat all messages between middlewares.

The present invention uses these advantages of HTML5 to send and receive ECG data between mobile and web in real time.

The application of the mobile terminal (smartphone) 110 and the web client 130 transmits and receives ECG data using HTML5 WebSocket (WebSocket) that provides a full duplex (mobile) through the mobile and the web. It is done.

2.1 Real-time ECG monitoring system configuration for personal health record

As shown in Figure 1, the real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for personal health record (PHR) is an electrocardiogram monitoring system and a web page (e.g. personal health record management webpage and electrocardiogram monitoring webpage) with an electrocardiogram, smart phone, web server It consists of The real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for the personal health record of the present invention first connects the electrocardiogram and the smartphone via Bluetooth and transmits the electrocardiogram (ECG) data to the web server. Next, the web server DBs health information for each individual account and transmits sampled ECG data to a web page. Finally, the web page shows DB-level health information for each individual account and visualizes the received ECG data for real-time ECG monitoring.

It describes the design of personal health record management and real-time electrocardiogram monitoring processes, and describes the database design for performing each process and the database design for the management of health information per individual account.

2.2 Process Design

2.2.1 Personal Health Record Management Process

Personal health record (PHR) management is divided into the process of self-measuring ECG, personal health record management process to check and manage via smartphone and web page in conjunction with the web server and in FIG. Flow shows.

3 is a flowchart illustrating a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring method for a personal health record according to the present invention.

Real-time electrocardiogram monitoring method for a personal health record of the present invention, (a) to connect the portable terminal (smartphone) 110 and the wired and wireless communication with the electrocardiogram measuring device 100, the portable terminal (smartphone) 110 Through the account creation and login process of the application of the first app execution and continue to maintain a login session until the end, the electrocardiogram is measured by the ECG data measured from the patch ECG measuring device 100 in the form of the mobile terminal (smart Receiving the phone 110 and outputting it to a visualization module to provide information on an electrocardiogram graph, heart rate, and stress index, and selecting whether or not to store the measurement result and storing it in the electrocardiogram monitoring system 140; And (b) conducting a personal health record management process for checking and managing electrocardiogram data generated and stored through a self-measurement process, and having a personal account information logged in via mobile and web, the web server 141 of the ECG monitoring system 140. Get personalized ECG data stored in) and check it by date (monthly, weekly, daily), and if you have an Internet-enabled environment, monitor and check personal health records and ECG by members of your account through web applications and web pages anytime, anywhere. And management.

In this embodiment, an embodiment of transmitting the ECG data measured from the ECG 100 to the smartphone 110 using Bluetooth will be described.

First, in the self-measurement process, the smart phone 110 and the electrocardiogram 100 are connected through Bluetooth to obtain ECG data of the individual (S10). After that, the smartphone application goes through the account creation and login process, and maintains the login session until the end after the first app execution (S20). And the ECG self-measurement receives the ECG data measured through the patch-shaped ECG measuring device 100 to the smart phone 110 (S30). The electrocardiogram data received from the electrocardiogram measuring apparatus 100 is output to the visualization module of the application of the smart phone to provide the user with information such as an electrocardiogram graph, heart rate, stress index (S40). In addition, depending on whether the user stores (S50), the application of the smart phone 110 selects whether to save the system for the ECG measurement result and stores it in the ECG monitoring system 140 through the web server 141 (S60).

Next, the personal health record management process is a process of checking and managing ECG data generated and stored through the self-measurement process (S70-80). In the process of personal health record management, the user imports personal ECG data stored in the ECG monitoring system 140 with the logged-in personal account information and checks it by date (monthly, weekly, daily), which is linked with the web server 141. By making a DB, the Internet-enabled environment can be checked and managed by monitoring and monitoring personal health records and electrocardiograms by account members anytime, anywhere through mobile applications and web pages on smartphones.

2.2.2 Real-time ECG monitoring process

Real-time electrocardiogram monitoring is a function that can check the user's electrocardiogram through a web page, the electrocardiogram monitoring system 100, the smart phone 110, equipped with a web server 140, personal health of the web client 130 Consisting of a record management web page and an electrocardiogram monitoring web page, data flow and sequence diagrams between the components are shown in FIG. 4.

4 shows a data flow and sequence diagram of the components of a smartphone, web server, web page for real-time electrocardiogram monitoring.

First, the user goes through a login process in a smartphone application and establishes a friend relationship so that a desired user can receive real-time electrocardiogram data through a web page. After that, a web socket connection request is made to a web server, and the web server receiving the request creates a web socket channel for the account and sends a connection successful push event to the smartphone application to monitor real-time electrocardiogram data through the web page. Wait for user to do

Next, the user who will monitor the ECG data of the user in real time, logs in from the web page and accesses the web socket channel created by the user. When the user to be monitored connects to the web socket channel, the web server sends a push event to the smartphone application, and the measurer starts the ECG measurement. The measured electrocardiogram data is output to the visualization module of the smartphone application and output to the visualization module of the web page in real time through the web socket channel of the web server.

The communication method for real-time electrocardiogram monitoring is configured by event-based push method using HTML5 web socket instead of polling method that periodically checks data flow change between each component, thereby eliminating unnecessary data. Eliminates communication and prevents traffic overload on the web server.

2.3 Database Design

The database built in the web server is used to systematically manage data such as electrocardiogram data and personal account information generated in the process of performing personal health records and real-time electrocardiogram monitoring. ), Authorization information, ECG data information (measureddata).

FIG. 5 illustrates an entity-relationship diagram including a member table, an authorization table, and an electrocardiogram data information table in a database table definition when real-time electrocardiogram monitoring is performed according to an embodiment of the present invention. . The member table has a 1: N relationship with the authorization table and the electrocardiogram data table in the ER diagram. The member table is used to display the primary key and the foreign key (FK). The relationship is established.

The member table of the database table definition is used to manage account information for each individual user. The composition consists of web server login-related information such as ID and password, and personal information such as name, age and gender.

The authorization table is for managing a friend ID authorized to transmit his or her ECG data to a specific user when performing ECG monitoring in real time.

The electrocardiogram data information (measureddata) table is used to manage the electrocardiogram data measured by the user with personal information.The composition consists of data number, personal ID, measurement date and time, measurement start time, measurement end time, ECG measurement data and heart rate. It consists of the maximum, minimum and average values of the stress data.

In the ECG monitoring system, when a user performs real-time ECG monitoring, after logging in from a smartphone app (App), a friend ID established with a friend in the authorization table is brought to wait for access through a web page of a specific user. After the ECG measurement is completed, the data is stored in the ECG data table associated with the personal ID.

The ECG measurement and monitoring system proposed in the present invention is implemented in the development environment as shown in Table 2, and shows the results of the implementation of the smart phone application and the web page for the process of performing personal health record management and real-time ECG monitoring.

Web Environment Smart phone environment OS  Windows XP  OS  Android Server Apache2 SDK  Android 2.3.6 API10 WebSocket NodeJS
(Socket.IO)
 Tool  Eclipse 3.6
DBMS MY-SQL5
Device

SHW-180S
(Samsung)
Browser Chrome Language PHP, jQuery

3.1 Smartphone Application

6 is logged in to the web server 141 of the ECG monitoring system 140 in the login screen of the smart phone application 6 (a), and in the main screen after selecting the waiting in the measurement history waiting list in 6 (b) Select the measurement button to start ECG measurement and check the measurement history (height, weight, start time, end time, heart rate (highest / lowest / average), stress (highest / lowest / average) at 6 (c)). And a screen for outputting the result in the form of electrocardiogram graph to the visualization module of 6 (d).

Smartphone application is divided into self and real-time electrocardiogram measurement and measurement history check process, Figure 6 uses a mobile terminal (smartphone) 110 connected to the electrocardiogram (100) self-measurement or real-time measurement of the user's ECG, The result screen shows the visualization and measurement history of ECG data generated by the patient.

Before performing each process of the smart phone application, first log in to the web server 141 of the ECG monitoring system 100 from the login screen of Figure 6 (a) after the first application execution. In order to perform self-measurement, electrocardiogram measurement is started by selecting a self-measurement button on the main screen, and the result is output in the form of an electrocardiogram graph to the visualization module as shown in FIG. Next, in the real-time measurement process, the process of waiting for the user to monitor the ECG data of the user in real time, as shown in FIG. The electrocardiogram data generated through the above process is stored in each item of the database 148 of the electrocardiogram monitoring system from the smart phone app via the mobile communication network and the internet network, and the result is measured in the main screen. By selecting the button can be confirmed as shown in Fig. 6 (c).

3.2 web pages

The web page is largely composed of a personal health record management page and a real-time electrocardiogram monitoring page and the results of the implementation are shown in FIG.

7 is a screen showing a personal health record management web page and an electrocardiogram monitoring web page.

First, the personal health record management page of FIG. 7 (a) can check and manage personal health records by taking ECG data of individual accounts from a database of a web server and selecting and outputting them by measurement date (monthly, weekly, daily). have. Then, the desired electrocardiogram data can be selected and confirmed in the form of an electrocardiogram graph as shown in FIG. 7 (b). Next, the real-time electrocardiogram monitoring page shows a list of rooms that can retrieve and access user information waiting for real-time measurement from a smartphone application. After connecting to a room to be monitored in real time and starting a measurement in a smartphone application, the visualization module in the web page can monitor the electrocardiogram in real time as shown in FIG.

As described above, the method of the present invention may be implemented as a program and read to a recording medium (CD-ROM, RAM, ROM, memory card, hard disk, magneto-optical disk, storage device, etc.) in a form readable by software of a computer. Can be stored.

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it is clearly understood that the same is by way of illustration and example only and is not to be taken in conjunction with the present invention. The present invention can be variously modified or modified.

100: ECG meter
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130: Web page (personal health record management webpage + ECG monitoring webpage)

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  1. In the real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for personal health records,
    An electrocardiogram (ECG) meter for measuring an electrocardiogram (ECG) of the individual;
    Receives electrocardiogram data measured through ECG and wired / wireless communication and outputs it to visualization module to provide ECG graph, heart rate, stress index information, provides measurement history, and selects whether to save the measurement result and saves it to the system A mobile terminal having an application;
    An electrocardiogram monitoring system for receiving and storing electrocardiogram data sampled from the mobile terminal application, and storing and managing Personal Helath Record (PHR) information and Electrocardiogram (ECG) information; And
    A web client accessing the ECG system through the Internet and receiving a personal health record management webpage and an ECG monitoring webpage;
    Real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system and method for a personal health record comprising a.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The portable terminal includes:
    Real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for a personal health record using any one of a smartphone or a mobile communication terminal, and transmitting the electrocardiogram data from the ECG to the portable terminal.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    The ECG meter is
    An electrocardiogram measuring unit which measures an electrocardiogram of an individual;
    A control unit connected to the electrocardiogram measuring unit and controlling each function;
    A storage unit connected to the control unit and storing measured electrocardiogram data; And
    A wireless communication unit connected to the control unit and communicating with the Bluetooth, the ZigBee, and the RF communication unit to transmit the measured electrocardiogram data to the portable terminal;
    Real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for a personal health record comprising a.
  4. The method of claim 1,
    The ECG meter,
    An electrocardiogram measuring unit which measures an electrocardiogram of an individual;
    A control unit connected to the electrocardiogram measuring unit and controlling each function;
    A storage unit connected to the control unit and storing measured electrocardiogram data; And
    A USB connection unit connected to the control unit and configured to transfer the measured ECG data to the portable terminal by connecting the portable terminal by wire with the ECG and USB cable;
    Real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for a personal health record comprising a.
  5. The method of claim 1,
    The application of the portable terminal and the web client
    A real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for personal health records, characterized by transmitting and receiving electrocardiogram data using HTML5 WebSocket that provides full duplex through mobile and web.
  6. The method of claim 1,
    The ECG monitoring system
    A web server;
    A control unit connected to the web server to control overall functions;
    A member information manager to manage member information;
    A user authentication unit for authenticating a user by ID and Passwd;
    Personal health record (PHR) management unit for storing and managing personal health record (PHR) information for each circle;
    ECG data management unit for storing and managing the individual ECG data;
    A billing processing unit that processes billing for the monthly fee; And
    A database consisting of member DB, PHR DB, and ECG DB;
    Real-time electrocardiogram monitoring system for a personal health record comprising a.
  7. In the real-time electrocardiogram monitoring method for personal health records,
    (a) connecting the mobile terminal through ECG and wired / wireless communication, proceeding with the account creation and login process of the application of the mobile terminal, and continuing the login session until the end of the first app execution, and patching by measuring the ECG self Receiving electrocardiogram data measured by the electrocardiogram measuring device in the form of a mobile terminal and outputting to the visualization module to provide information on the electrocardiogram graph, heart rate, stress index, and select whether to save the measurement results to be stored in the ECG monitoring system step; And
    (b) Conducting a personal health record management process to check and manage ECG data generated and stored through self-measurement process, and to store personal ECG data stored in the web server of ECG monitoring system with personal account information logged in via mobile and web. Bringing and checking by date (monthly, weekly, daily) and monitoring and checking and managing personal health records and electrocardiograms for each member of the account through the application and web page of the mobile terminal anytime, anywhere, if the Internet is available;
    Real-time electrocardiogram monitoring method for a personal health record comprising a.
  8. 8. The method of claim 7,
    In step (a)
    Personal health record, characterized in that provided with a USB connection including a USB controller for connecting the ECG and the portable terminal (smartphone) with a USB cable, or a communication of any one of Bluetooth, ZigBee, RF Real-time electrocardiogram monitoring method.
  9. 8. The method of claim 7,
    The application of the mobile terminal and the web client of the steps (a) and (b) transmit and receive electrocardiogram data using HTML5 websocket (WebSocket) that provides full duplex over mobile and web. Real-time electrocardiogram monitoring method for personal health records.
  10. On a mobile terminal such as a computer and a smartphone, (a) connecting the mobile terminal through ECG and wired / wireless communication, creating an account and logging in the application of the mobile terminal, and continuing a login session until the end of the first app execution. Maintain ECG and self-measure the electrocardiogram, and receive the ECG data measured by the ECG in the form of a patch to the mobile terminal and output the data to the visualization module to provide the ECG graph, heart rate and stress index, and store the measurement results. Selecting whether to save the ECG monitoring system; And
    (b) Conducting a personal health record management process to check and manage ECG data generated and stored through self-measurement process, and to store personal ECG data stored in the web server of ECG monitoring system with personal account information logged in via mobile and web. Import and check by date (monthly, weekly, daily), and if the Internet-enabled environment anytime, anywhere, the ability to monitor and check the personal health records and electrocardiograms by account members through applications and web pages of the mobile terminal;
    A recording medium readable by a computer and a portable terminal having a program recorded thereon for executing the program.
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