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WO2018039950A1
WO2018039950A1 PCT/CN2016/097444 CN2016097444W WO2018039950A1 WO 2018039950 A1 WO2018039950 A1 WO 2018039950A1 CN 2016097444 W CN2016097444 W CN 2016097444W WO 2018039950 A1 WO2018039950 A1 WO 2018039950A1
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A smart caregiving method comprises the following steps: S1, obtaining a first distance between a cared object and a first bed edge and a second distance between the cared object and a second bed edge; S2, determining whether the first distance is smaller than or equal to a first threshold and/or whether the second distance is smaller than or equal to a second threshold; if yes, entering step S3; and S3, sending an alarm reminding signal to the smart terminal and receiving a signal from the smart terminal. By means of the smart caregiving method, the distance between a cared object and a bed edge can be obtained in time, reminding information is sent to a cared person in time before a bed falling risk possibly occurs, and timely intervention can be provided, thereby avoiding a bed fall.

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智能看护方法Intelligent care method 技术领域Technical field
本发明涉及智能设备领域,更具体地说,涉及一种智能看护方法。The present invention relates to the field of smart devices, and more particularly to a smart care method.
背景技术Background technique
随着人民生活水平的日益提高,生活节奏加快,年轻的父母在感受到宝宝降生的喜悦和幸福后,即承担起养护宝宝的重担。现在的家庭中,很多年轻的爸爸妈妈都有工作在身,白天一般请人照顾宝宝,晚上回到家后自己照顾呵护宝宝。经历了一天的紧张繁忙的工作之后,年轻的父母本已略显疲备需要充分的休息。哄完宝宝入睡后,父母会忙碌家务或者工作的事情,不能时刻呆在宝宝身边。一般六个月的宝宝就开始学爬,宝宝睡觉都会自己在床上打滚啦,如果没有做好安全措施的话,就很容易在睡眠中翻滚下来的。因此当宝宝睡觉过程中翻身移动到床边,有可能发生坠床的危险时,父母无法及时获知。另外,对于社会老龄化的加重,老人特别是行动不便的老人睡觉时也会发生坠床的危险,为了避免该类危险的发生,需要提供一种有效的看护方法。With the improvement of people's living standards and the accelerated pace of life, young parents bear the burden of caring for their baby after feeling the joy and happiness of their baby's birth. In the current family, many young fathers and mothers have work, and usually take care of the baby during the day, and take care of the baby after returning home at night. After a day of intense and busy work, young parents have been slightly tired and need adequate rest. After the baby falls asleep, the parents will be busy with housework or work, and can't stay with the baby at all times. Generally, the baby of six months begins to learn to climb. When the baby sleeps, he will roll on his own bed. If he does not take safety measures, it is easy to roll down during sleep. Therefore, when the baby turns over and moves to the bedside during sleep, there is a possibility that the child may be in danger of falling down, and the parents cannot know in time. In addition, as the society ages, the elderly, especially the elderly with limited mobility, may also fall into bed when sleeping. In order to avoid such dangers, it is necessary to provide an effective method of care.
发明内容Summary of the invention
本发明要解决的技术问题在于,针对现有技术中无法及时避免被看护对象发生坠床危险的缺陷,提供一种智能看护方法。The technical problem to be solved by the present invention is to provide a smart care method for the defects in the prior art that the danger of falling a bed by the care target cannot be avoided in time.
本发明解决其技术问题所采用的技术方案是:提供一种智能看护方法,包括如下步骤:The technical solution adopted by the present invention to solve the technical problem thereof is to provide an intelligent nursing method, comprising the following steps:
S1:获取被看护对象与第一床边的第一距离以及被看护对象与第二床边的第二距离;S1: obtaining a first distance between the object to be treated and the first bed edge and a second distance between the object to be protected and the second bedside;
S2:判断第一距离是否小于等于第一阈值,和/或第二距离是否小于等于第二阈值;若是,则进入步骤S3; S2: determining whether the first distance is less than or equal to the first threshold, and / or whether the second distance is less than or equal to the second threshold; if yes, proceeding to step S3;
S3:发送报警提示信号至智能终端并接收来自智能终端的信号。S3: Send an alarm prompt signal to the intelligent terminal and receive a signal from the smart terminal.
在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,还包括步骤:In the smart care method of the present invention, the method further includes the steps of:
S4:判断是否接收到来自智能终端的护栏启用指令,若是,则进入步骤S5;S4: determining whether the guard bar enable command from the smart terminal is received, and if yes, proceeding to step S5;
S5:打开护栏启用模式,控制护栏自动升起,防止被看护对象坠床。S5: Open the guardrail enable mode, and the control guardrail will automatically rise to prevent the victim from falling into the bed.
在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,还包括步骤:In the smart care method of the present invention, the method further includes the steps of:
S6:当护栏升起完成后,发送护栏启用确认信息至智能终端,以便看护人能够及时获知护栏状态。S6: After the guardrail is raised, send the guardrail to enable the confirmation message to the smart terminal, so that the caregiver can know the status of the guardrail in time.
在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,步骤S1还包括步骤:获取被看护对象的体表温度。In the smart care method of the present invention, step S1 further comprises the step of: obtaining a body surface temperature of the object to be treated.
在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,步骤S2还包括:判断体表温度是否超出标准体温参数范围,若是,则进入步骤S3。In the smart care method of the present invention, step S2 further includes: determining whether the body surface temperature exceeds the standard body temperature parameter range, and if yes, proceeding to step S3.
在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,步骤S1还包括步骤:获取被看护对象的心跳参数。In the smart care method of the present invention, step S1 further comprises the step of: acquiring a heartbeat parameter of the object to be treated.
在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,步骤S2还包括:判断心跳参数是否超出标准心跳参数范围,若是,则进入步骤S3。In the smart care method of the present invention, step S2 further includes: determining whether the heartbeat parameter exceeds the standard heartbeat parameter range, and if yes, proceeding to step S3.
在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,所述报警提示信号为文字提醒信息或者语音提醒信息。In the smart care method of the present invention, the alarm prompt signal is a text reminder information or a voice reminder information.
在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,所述报警提示信号通过无线网络发送至智能终端。In the smart care method of the present invention, the alarm prompt signal is sent to the smart terminal through a wireless network.
在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,所述智能终端为智能手机、平板电脑或智能穿戴设备。In the smart care method of the present invention, the smart terminal is a smart phone, a tablet computer or a smart wearable device.
实施本发明的技术方案,具有以下有益效果:通过该智能看护方法,能够及时获知被看护对象与床边的距离,在可能发生坠床危险前及时发送提醒信息给看护人,从而能够及时干预,避免坠床等意外情况的发生。例如,宝宝睡觉的时候不免翻身打侧,父母最怕宝宝不小心翻落到地上,本发明的智能看护方法,使得父母能够及时获取宝宝状态,不用担心危险情况发生,宝宝睡觉无忧。The technical solution of the present invention has the following beneficial effects: through the intelligent nursing method, the distance between the object to be protected and the bedside can be known in time, and the reminder information can be sent to the caregiver in time before the danger of falling down, so that the intervention can be timely. Avoid accidents such as falling into the bed. For example, when the baby is sleeping, it is inevitable to turn over and hit the side. The parents are most afraid of the baby accidentally falling to the ground. The intelligent nursing method of the invention enables the parents to obtain the baby state in time, without worrying about the dangerous situation, and the baby sleeps without worry.
另外,还可以在坠床危险可能发生时,自动升起护栏。该智能看护方法, 解放了看护人的时间,他们不需要时刻守在被看护对象身边,也能达到看护的目的。而且,还能够检测被看护对象的生命体征,例如体温和心跳,在发生异常时,及时通知看护人,从而能够及时干预和治疗。In addition, the guardrail can be raised automatically when the risk of falling a bed is likely to occur. The smart care method, The time to liberate the caregiver, they do not need to be always at the side of the caretaker, but also to achieve the purpose of care. Moreover, it is also possible to detect vital signs of the object to be treated, such as body temperature and heartbeat, and notify the caregiver in time when an abnormality occurs, thereby enabling timely intervention and treatment.
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下面将结合附图及实施例对本发明作进一步说明,附图中:The present invention will be further described below in conjunction with the accompanying drawings and embodiments, in which:
图1是依据本发明第一实施例的智能看护方法流程图;1 is a flow chart of a smart care method according to a first embodiment of the present invention;
图2是依据本发明第二实施例的智能看护方法流程图;2 is a flow chart of a smart care method according to a second embodiment of the present invention;
图3是依据本发明第三实施例的智能看护方法流程图;3 is a flow chart of a smart care method according to a third embodiment of the present invention;
图4是依据本发明第四实施例的智能看护方法流程图;4 is a flow chart of a smart care method according to a fourth embodiment of the present invention;
图5是依据本发明第五实施例的智能看护方法流程图。FIG. 5 is a flow chart of a smart care method according to a fifth embodiment of the present invention.
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为了使本发明的目的、技术方案及优点更加清楚明白,以下结合附图及实施例,对本发明进行进一步详细说明。The present invention will be further described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings and embodiments.
本发明提供一种智能看护方法,如图1所示,包括如下步骤:The invention provides a smart care method, as shown in FIG. 1 , comprising the following steps:
S1:获取被看护对象与第一床边的第一距离以及被看护对象与第二床边的第二距离。S1: Obtain a first distance between the object to be guarded and the first bedside and a second distance between the object to be protected and the second bedside.
S2:判断第一距离是否小于等于第一阈值,和/或第二距离是否小于等于第二阈值;若是,则进入步骤S3;若否,则继续执行判断动作。S2: determining whether the first distance is less than or equal to the first threshold, and/or whether the second distance is less than or equal to the second threshold; if yes, proceeding to step S3; if not, proceeding to perform the determining action.
S3:发送报警提示信号至智能终端并接收来自智能终端的信号。S3: Send an alarm prompt signal to the intelligent terminal and receive a signal from the smart terminal.
通常情况下,床的放置是两面靠墙,所以一般只需监测两个床边的情况即可。当然,如果有其它的放置位置,需要监测三个或者四个床边,也是可以的,本发明对此不作限制。第一阈值和第二阈值是指安全警戒值,例如第一阈值和第二阈值设置为40cm,那么当被看护对象所处位置距离床边等于或者小于40cm时,说明可能会发生跌落危险,大于40cm说明处于安全范围,无需干预。Normally, the bed is placed on both sides against the wall, so it is generally only necessary to monitor the condition of the two beds. Of course, if there are other placement positions, it is also possible to monitor three or four bedsides, which is not limited by the present invention. The first threshold and the second threshold refer to a safety alert value. For example, the first threshold and the second threshold are set to 40 cm, and when the position of the object to be inspected is equal to or less than 40 cm from the bedside, the risk of falling may be greater than The 40cm specification is in a safe range and requires no intervention.
可以在被看护对象手腕和脚底放置距离传感器,来实现距离的监测。 The distance sensor can be placed on the wrist and sole of the caretaker to monitor the distance.
如图2所示,在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,还包括步骤:As shown in FIG. 2, in the smart care method of the present invention, the method further includes the following steps:
S4:判断是否接收到来自智能终端的护栏启用指令,若是,则进入步骤S5;S4: determining whether the guard bar enable command from the smart terminal is received, and if yes, proceeding to step S5;
S5:打开护栏启用模式,控制护栏自动升起,防止被看护对象坠床。S5: Open the guardrail enable mode, and the control guardrail will automatically rise to prevent the victim from falling into the bed.
如图3所示,在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,还包括步骤:As shown in FIG. 3, in the smart care method of the present invention, the method further includes the following steps:
S6:当护栏升起完成后,发送护栏启用确认信息至智能终端,以便看护人能够及时获知护栏状态。S6: After the guardrail is raised, send the guardrail to enable the confirmation message to the smart terminal, so that the caregiver can know the status of the guardrail in time.
为了能够实时监测到被看护对象的生命体征,在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,如图4所示,步骤S1还包括步骤:获取被看护对象的体表温度。步骤S2还包括:判断体表温度是否超出标准体温参数范围,若是,则进入步骤S3,发送报警提示信息(例如体温异常,请注意)至智能终端。In order to be able to monitor the vital signs of the object to be watched in real time, in the smart care method of the present invention, as shown in FIG. 4, step S1 further includes the step of: obtaining the body surface temperature of the object to be treated. Step S2 further includes: determining whether the body surface temperature exceeds the standard body temperature parameter range, and if yes, proceeding to step S3 to send an alarm prompt message (eg, body temperature abnormality, please note) to the smart terminal.
如图5所示,在本发明所述的智能看护方法中,步骤S1还包括步骤:获取被看护对象的心跳参数。步骤S2还包括:判断心跳参数是否超出标准心跳参数范围,若是,则进入步骤S3。发送报警提示信息(例如心跳异常,请注意)至智能终端。As shown in FIG. 5, in the smart care method of the present invention, step S1 further includes the step of: acquiring a heartbeat parameter of the object to be treated. Step S2 further includes: determining whether the heartbeat parameter exceeds the standard heartbeat parameter range, and if yes, proceeding to step S3. Send an alarm message (such as a heartbeat exception, please note) to the smart terminal.
在本发明中,报警提示信号为文字提醒信息或者语音提醒信息。报警提示信号通过无线网络(WIFI、蓝牙等)发送至智能终端。In the present invention, the alarm prompt signal is a text reminder information or a voice reminder information. The alarm prompt signal is sent to the intelligent terminal through a wireless network (WIFI, Bluetooth, etc.).
本发明中,智能终端可以为智能手机、平板电脑或智能穿戴设备,本发明对此不作限制。In the present invention, the smart terminal can be a smart phone, a tablet computer or a smart wearable device, which is not limited by the present invention.
实施本发明的技术方案,具有以下有益效果:通过该智能看护方法,能够及时获知被看护对象与床边的距离,在可能发生坠床危险前及时发送提醒信息给看护人,从而能够及时干预,避免坠床等意外情况的发生。例如,宝宝睡觉的时候不免翻身打侧,父母最怕宝宝不小心翻落到地上,本发明的智能看护方法,使得父母能够及时获取宝宝状态,不用担心危险情况发生,宝宝睡觉无忧。The technical solution of the present invention has the following beneficial effects: through the intelligent nursing method, the distance between the object to be protected and the bedside can be known in time, and the reminder information can be sent to the caregiver in time before the danger of falling down, so that the intervention can be timely. Avoid accidents such as falling into the bed. For example, when the baby is sleeping, it is inevitable to turn over and hit the side. The parents are most afraid of the baby accidentally falling to the ground. The intelligent nursing method of the invention enables the parents to obtain the baby state in time, without worrying about the dangerous situation, and the baby sleeps without worry.
另外,还可以在坠床危险可能发生时,自动升起护栏。该智能看护方法,解放了看护人的时间,他们不需要时刻守在被看护对象身边,也能达到看护的目的。而且,还能够检测被看护对象的生命体征,例如体温和心跳,在发生异常时,及时通知看护人,从而能够及时干预和治疗。 In addition, the guardrail can be raised automatically when the risk of falling a bed is likely to occur. The intelligent care method liberates the time of the caregiver. They do not need to be at the side of the caretaker, and can also achieve the purpose of care. Moreover, it is also possible to detect vital signs of the object to be treated, such as body temperature and heartbeat, and notify the caregiver in time when an abnormality occurs, thereby enabling timely intervention and treatment.
本领域普通技术人员可以意识到,结合本文中所公开的实施例描述的各示例的单元及算法步骤,能够以电子硬件、或者计算机软件和电子硬件的结合来实现。这些功能究竟以硬件还是软件方式来执行,取决于技术方案的特定应用和设计约束条件。专业技术人员可以对每个特定的应用来使用不同方法来实现所描述的功能,但是这种实现不应认为超出本发明的范围。Those of ordinary skill in the art will appreciate that the elements and algorithm steps of the various examples described in connection with the embodiments disclosed herein can be implemented in electronic hardware or a combination of computer software and electronic hardware. Whether these functions are performed in hardware or software depends on the specific application and design constraints of the solution. A person skilled in the art can use different methods for implementing the described functions for each particular application, but such implementation should not be considered to be beyond the scope of the present invention.
所属领域的技术人员可以清楚地了解到,为描述的方便和简洁,上述描述的系统、装置和单元的具体工作过程,可以参考前述方法实施例中的对应过程,在此不再赘述。A person skilled in the art can clearly understand that for the convenience and brevity of the description, the specific working process of the system, the device and the unit described above can refer to the corresponding process in the foregoing method embodiment, and details are not described herein again.
在本申请所提供的几个实施例中,应该理解到,所揭露的系统、装置和方法,可以通过其它的方式实现。例如,以上所描述的装置实施例仅仅是示意性的,例如,所述单元的划分,仅仅为一种逻辑功能划分,实际实现时可以有另外的划分方式,例如多个单元或组件可以结合或者可以集成到另一个系统,或一些特征可以忽略,或不执行。另一点,所显示或讨论的相互之间的耦合或直接耦合或通信连接可以是通过一些接口,装置或单元的间接耦合或通信连接,可以是电性,机械或其它的形式。所述作为分离部件说明的单元可以是或者也可以不是物理上分开的,作为单元显示的部件可以是或者也可以不是物理单元,即可以位于一个地方,或者也可以分布到多个网络单元上。可以根据实际的需要选择其中的部分或者全部单元来实现本实施例方案的目的。In the several embodiments provided by the present application, it should be understood that the disclosed systems, devices, and methods may be implemented in other manners. For example, the device embodiments described above are merely illustrative. For example, the division of the unit is only a logical function division. In actual implementation, there may be another division manner, for example, multiple units or components may be combined or Can be integrated into another system, or some features can be ignored or not executed. In addition, the mutual coupling or direct coupling or communication connection shown or discussed may be an indirect coupling or communication connection through some interface, device or unit, and may be in an electrical, mechanical or other form. The units described as separate components may or may not be physically separated, and the components displayed as units may or may not be physical units, that is, may be located in one place, or may be distributed to multiple network units. Some or all of the units may be selected according to actual needs to achieve the purpose of the solution of the embodiment.
另外,在本发明各个实施例中的各功能单元可以集成在一个处理单元中,也可以是各个单元单独物理存在,也可以两个或两个以上单元集成在一个单元中。所述功能如果以软件功能单元的形式实现并作为独立的产品销售或使用时,可以存储在一个计算机可读取存储介质中。基于这样的理解,本发明的技术方案本质上或者说对现有技术做出贡献的部分或者该技术方案的部分可以以软件产品的形式体现出来,该计算机软件产品存储在一个存储介质中,包括若干指令用以使得一台计算机设备(可以是个人计算机,服务器,或者网络设备等)执行本发明各个实施例所述方法的全部或部分步骤。而前述的存储介质包括:U盘、移动硬盘、只读存储器(ROM,Read-Only Memory)、随机存取存储器(RAM,Random Access Memory)、磁碟或者光盘等各种可以存储程序代 码的介质。In addition, each functional unit in each embodiment of the present invention may be integrated into one processing unit, or each unit may exist physically separately, or two or more units may be integrated into one unit. The functions may be stored in a computer readable storage medium if implemented in the form of a software functional unit and sold or used as a standalone product. Based on such understanding, the technical solution of the present invention, which is essential or contributes to the prior art, or a part of the technical solution, may be embodied in the form of a software product, which is stored in a storage medium, including The instructions are used to cause a computer device (which may be a personal computer, server, or network device, etc.) to perform all or part of the steps of the methods described in various embodiments of the present invention. The foregoing storage medium includes: a U disk, a mobile hard disk, a read-only memory (ROM), a random access memory (RAM), a magnetic disk or an optical disk, and the like. The medium of the code.
以上所述,仅为本发明的具体实施方式,但本发明的保护范围并不局限于此,任何熟悉本技术领域的技术人员在本发明揭露的技术范围内,可轻易想到变化或替换,都应涵盖在本发明的保护范围之内。因此,本发明的保护范围应所述以权利要求的保护范围为准。 The above is only a specific embodiment of the present invention, but the scope of the present invention is not limited thereto, and any person skilled in the art can easily think of changes or substitutions within the technical scope of the present invention. It should be covered by the scope of the present invention. Therefore, the scope of the invention should be determined by the scope of the claims.

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  1. 一种智能看护方法,其特征在于,包括如下步骤:A smart care method is characterized in that it comprises the following steps:
    S1:获取被看护对象与第一床边的第一距离以及被看护对象与第二床边的第二距离;S1: obtaining a first distance between the object to be treated and the first bed edge and a second distance between the object to be protected and the second bedside;
    S2:判断第一距离是否小于等于第一阈值,和/或第二距离是否小于等于第二阈值;若是,则进入步骤S3;S2: determining whether the first distance is less than or equal to the first threshold, and / or whether the second distance is less than or equal to the second threshold; if yes, proceeding to step S3;
    S3:发送报警提示信号至智能终端并接收来自智能终端的信号。S3: Send an alarm prompt signal to the intelligent terminal and receive a signal from the smart terminal.
  2. 根据权利要求1所述的智能看护方法,其特征在于,还包括步骤:The smart care method according to claim 1, further comprising the steps of:
    S4:判断是否接收到来自智能终端的护栏启用指令,若是,则进入步骤S5;S4: determining whether the guard bar enable command from the smart terminal is received, and if yes, proceeding to step S5;
    S5:打开护栏启用模式,控制护栏自动升起,防止被看护对象坠床。S5: Open the guardrail enable mode, and the control guardrail will automatically rise to prevent the victim from falling into the bed.
  3. 根据权利要求2所述的智能看护方法,其特征在于,还包括步骤:The intelligent care method according to claim 2, further comprising the steps of:
    S6:当护栏升起完成后,发送护栏启用确认信息至智能终端,以便看护人能够及时获知护栏状态。S6: After the guardrail is raised, send the guardrail to enable the confirmation message to the smart terminal, so that the caregiver can know the status of the guardrail in time.
  4. 根据权利要求1所述的智能看护方法,其特征在于,步骤S1还包括步骤:获取被看护对象的体表温度。The intelligent care method according to claim 1, wherein the step S1 further comprises the step of: obtaining a body surface temperature of the object to be treated.
  5. 根据权利要求4所述的智能看护方法,其特征在于,步骤S2还包括:判断体表温度是否超出标准体温参数范围,若是,则进入步骤S3。The intelligent care method according to claim 4, wherein the step S2 further comprises: determining whether the body surface temperature exceeds the standard body temperature parameter range, and if yes, proceeding to step S3.
  6. 根据权利要求4所述的智能看护方法,其特征在于,步骤S1还包括步骤:获取被看护对象的心跳参数。The smart care method according to claim 4, wherein the step S1 further comprises the step of: acquiring a heartbeat parameter of the object to be treated.
  7. 根据权利要求6所述的智能看护方法,其特征在于,步骤S2还包括:判断心跳参数是否超出标准心跳参数范围,若是,则进入步骤S3。The intelligent care method according to claim 6, wherein the step S2 further comprises: determining whether the heartbeat parameter exceeds the standard heartbeat parameter range, and if yes, proceeding to step S3.
  8. 根据权利要求1所述的智能看护方法,其特征在于,所述报警提示信号为文字提醒信息或者语音提醒信息。The smart care method according to claim 1, wherein the alarm prompt signal is a text reminder information or a voice reminder information.
  9. 根据权利要求8所述的智能看护方法,其特征在于,所述报警提示信号通过无线网络发送至智能终端。The smart care method according to claim 8, wherein the alarm prompt signal is sent to the smart terminal through a wireless network.
  10. 根据权利要求1所述的智能看护方法,其特征在于,所述智能终端为 智能手机、平板电脑或智能穿戴设备。 The smart care method according to claim 1, wherein the smart terminal is Smartphone, tablet or smart wearable device.
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