Cool concept + build from Mihir Khara up on Hackster.io.
There is no cure for CoViD-19 yet, although patients are given some medicines by nurses and doctors to ease the pain and reduce symptoms. But this puts our Healthcare warriors at risk when they give the medicine to patients, thus I developed a machine that can take in the Medicine Dozes of an Entire week, store them and supply them to the patient at the time set by the doctor once, at the start-up of the machine. This will ensure distancing from patients and nurses won’t have to risk their lives to go and give medicine to the patient. Once the medicine is on the given rack from where the patient can take it, he/she is alerted via a speaker on the system to take the medicine. The data of when the medicine is taken is stored in an SD card for further reference by doctors to monitor the effect on symptoms by the given doze.
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