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In the modern era of technology, smart, secured, interactive, and comprehensive healthcare is essential. The exponentially growing Internet of things (IoT) technologies with the growing attention of patients has played an essential part in the smart healthcare system. To prevent the avoidable deaths, a real-time monitoring healthcare framework is required to analyze the patient’s health condition. HealthcareIoT has substantial potential to achieve such kind of monitoring and care. HealthcareIoT is the integration of several communication technologies, people, sensors, and devices and connected applications to capture, track, store, and monitor patient information. In this paper, we present a smart HealthcareIoT solution for asthma patients, where respiration rate is captured through smart sensors and securely transmitted to the cloud. Where healthcare advisors can access and provide medication after analyzing patient information. Watermarking and signal enhancement techniques are used to secure and reduce identity theft in the transmission. The proposed work has been authenticated by both simulation and experimental results.
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