Automated Medication Dispenser with Alert Mechanism

Volume: 10 | Issue: 01 | Year 2024 | Subscription
International Journal of Computer Aided Manufacturing
Received Date: 04/30/2024
Acceptance Date: 05/07/2024
Published On: 2024-06-29
First Page: 46
Last Page: 54

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By: Mayur M. Nigade, Shreya Nate, Rutwij Patki, and Supriya O. Rajankar

1-3. Student, Department of ENTC, Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune, India
4. Lecturer, Department of ENTC, Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune, India


An increasing number of people are becoming older and developing chronic illnesses, which increases the demand for effective drug management programs. We introduce the Automatic Medicine Dispenser with Alert System, a revolutionary tool that has the potential to revolutionize the way individuals with complex treatment plans handle their drugs in answer to this pressing necessity. This state-of-the-art instrument aims to facilitate drug administration and promote adherence, improving patients’ general health and quality of life. The main purpose of the Automatic Medicine Dispenser is to automatically deliver prescription medications according to predetermined schedules. By employing state-of-the-art technology, the system ensures that patients receive their medications on time and reduces the potential for medication errors. This is particularly crucial for those with chronic illnesses who require a variety of medications to keep their health in check. The Automatic Medicine Dispenser prioritizes patient privacy and safety in addition to increasing medication adherence. Important information including prescription regimens, dosage recommendations, and patient data is kept safe in a secure database by the system. By safeguarding this sensitive data and ensuring the accuracy and confidentiality of personal health records, the device provides confidence and peace of mind to both users and care takers. An integral alarm system in the Automatic Medicine Dispenser is an essential feature that serves as a prophylactic for the delivery of medication. Through an intuitive smartphone application, patients and care takers can customize alerts and reminders to ensure that prescriptions are taken on schedule and in the recommended quantity. This not only helps patients follow their treatment plans but also provides them with the self-assurance to take an active role in their health management. The Automatic Medicine Dispenser provides an additional level of support by alerting designated staff members in the case of a missed dosage or other medication-related issues. Family members, care takers, and medical professionals can receive real-time notifications, allowing them to react promptly to any potential problems. When medication management is approached collaboratively, all parties involved in the patient’s care feel more partnered and accountable. The Automatic Medicine Dispenser is appropriate for individuals of all ages and technological proficiency levels in addition to being very user-friendly. The device features an intuitive UI with instructions for adding medications, establishing routines, and managing notifications. With minimal training, users may quickly become used to the system and integrate it into their daily activities.

Keywords: Dispenser, Automatic Pill Taker, Medicine Dispenser, Care taker, Medicine Machine



How to cite this article: Mayur M. Nigade, Shreya Nate, Rutwij Patki, and Supriya O. Rajankar, Automated Medication Dispenser with Alert Mechanism. International Journal of Computer Aided Manufacturing. 2024; 10(01): 46-54p.

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