Aging of human beings is expected to cause a significant increase in medical expenses in the next years. In the European Union, for instance, the population over 60 years will be around 60 million people in 2020 and medical expenses are expected to grow from 9% to 19%. Other regions are also expected to follow similar trends. This scenario has fostered the development of many novel techniques for noninvasive physiological monitoring intended to perform periodic measurements of basic physiological parameters at home or in other nonclinical environments. These parameters have been proven to be very valuable to assess individual wellness and a long term analysis of this kind of data has been proven to be of great help in preventing possible future disorders and diseases and consequently in reducing the overall medical costs these techniques can allow a more frequent supervision of patients with health troubles or also can allow patients to make part of the hospitalization at home, hence reducing the hospital occupancy and improving their quality of life. A extensive review has been done in this paper by author and suggested plastic wheel wireless heart monitoring system.