Pradeep Jeswani

 Where there is love there is life – Mahatma Gandhi

Pradeep JeswaniI belong from Ajmer, Rajasthan and Following my engineering, I completed my M Tech program from IIT Madras, in Clinical Engineering which is jointly coordinated by Christian Medical College Vellore and Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum.

During my PG I had learned a great deal of healthy life skills and got insight that has enhanced the standard of my life and had given me a new dimension of thinking on approaching both technical and non-technical issues, Some of my hobbies include blogging, writing, photography, cricket, squash, swimming, and badminton.

I worked in android development, Internet of things and end to end software product development. I am Interested in Android, Mobile Product Development, Algorithms and, Healthcare, IoT & keen towards full cycle Product R & D, by leveraging co-design, user feedback, analytics and budding technology to bring out innovative and creative products.

My fav. areas of interest include healthcare, programming, Medtronic and creative tech. I have Created this website to create public awareness about health care issues and related technology that is affecting our lives on daily basis.

The awareness of health facts that we share here together would definitely aid us to grow and flower into healthy and holistic human beings. – Pradeep Jeswani

The following is a quick description of my recent projects and workshops:

Programming and solution design Projects

Mannequin Based Medical Training Simulator For Post-Operative Cardiac Care: Client-server Based Cardiovascular System Simulation.

  • Client-server Based Cardiovascular System Simulation that uses TCP/IP socket connection between PHP at the client end and C at the server end that is setting mannequin based medical training device having sensors generating physiological data, such as pulse rate, blood pressure etc to train nurses working at postoperative cardiac care in hospitals.

Effective management of hospital wastes in community health setup

  • The idea emerged from a workshop which we attended, titled ‘Design for Health’ conducted by SCTIMST along with Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore (SUTD) that focused on the concept of Co-Design.
  • This project aimed at reducing needle stick injuries to healthcare workers (doctors, nurses and the sharps disposers). Based on the learning and interactions with healthcare workers at a community health centre and executives of ANERT, Trivandrum, worked out a design and a plan for disposal of sharps and municipal wastes and suggested to the Community Health Center (CHC) where the study was undertaken.

Blood Sample Tracking Automation

  • There is a general condition in pathology lab where samples are stored in various rack after performing a medical test and sometimes to confirm a disease or for further clarification sample is needed again.  So the requirement arises to have an automated mechanism to track sample for a particular patient and to locate sample exact position among various rack easily.  The project aimed to solve this problem by designing a Sample Tracking System. It used HTML, CSS, PHP to design the interactive front end and chosen Oracle 10 g Database to store the sampled data. To make it fast barcode device was also used to make sample ID scanning seamlessly fast before arranging into the rack.

RFID Tag based queuing system design to reduce waiting time

Undergraduate project Salary Management System

  • The project aimed Payroll /Salary Management System for Engineering College, Ajmer using the web framework of HTML, JavaScript, PHP and My SQL as a relational database.

Design and Probing Projects

Optimal Temperature Control Design for Baby Incubator

EMG Signal Acquisition using Arduino UNO Microcontroller

Reverse Engineering of pulse oximeter in proteus

Internships and Workshops

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