Augmented Reality in Heat Stroke Emergency Medical Developing Design

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Authors: Shuo-Fang LiuChien Sheng Fei

Abstract: Global temperature extremes have increased both the incidence and fatality rate of heat stroke, and the majority of cases take place outside of hospitals, without the assistance of medical personnel. People who work in manual labour ignore vital physiological signals and are unaware that heat stroke is happening, losing the crucial 30 minutes for rescue and risking permanent physical harm or death.The general public is unaware of the proper treatment for heat stroke, even though medical specialists can frequently recognize labour-related heat stroke rapidly. With the development of technology, augmented reality (AR) technology has been incorporated into a variety of industries, providing the medical sector with cutting-edge applications in the area of emergency care. Medical practitioners can swiftly and repeatedly exercise their medical skills by using the advantages of visual medicine when augmented reality technology is used in conjunction with applications for clinical training and practice. Numerous studies have adapted augmented reality technology into applications to help first responders make crucial ambulance decisions in increasingly complicated situations with a visual aid interface, improving the effectiveness of emergency care. In conclusion, this study focuses on how augmented reality technology may be used to create an interface that enables members of the general public to obtain care for heat stroke victims most quickly and effectively possible. This project adopts a Quality function Deployment to develop a user interface for heatstroke first aid that will satisfy users' demands and design criteria. The user interface is meant to give them a quick and easy way to understand how to manage heat stroke victims before they seek medical attention.

Keywords: Heat stroke, Augmented reality, Quality function Deployment

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1003469

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