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Wireless body area networks for healthcare: The mobihealth project

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  • Aart Van Halteren
  • Richard Bults
  • Wac, Katarzyna
  • Nicolai Dokovsky
  • George Koprinkov
  • Ing Widya
  • Dimitri Konstantas
  • Val Jones
  • Rainer Herzog

The forthcoming wide availability of high bandwidth public wireless networks will give rise to new mobile health care services. Towards this direction the MobiHealth The MobiHealth project was supported by the Commission of the European Union in the frame of the 5th research Framework under the project number IST-2001-36006. , The project site http://www. mobihealth.org provides more information regarding the partners and current status of the project. project has developed and trialed a highly customisable vital signals' monitoring system based on a Body Area Network (BAN) and an m-health service platform utilizing next generation public wireless networks. The developed system allows the incorporation of diverse medical sensors via wireless connections, and the live transmission of the measured vital signals over public wireless networks to healthcare providers. Nine trials with different health care cases and patient groups in four different European countries have been conducted to test and verify the system, the service and the network infrastructure for its suitability and the restrictions it imposes to mobile health care applications.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
BogserieStudies in Health Technology and Informatics
Vol/bind108
Sider (fra-til)181-193
Antal sider13
ISSN0926-9630
StatusUdgivet - 1 jan. 2005
Begivenhed1st International Workshop on New Generation of Wearable Systems for eHealth - Lucca, Italien
Varighed: 11 dec. 200314 dec. 2003

Konference

Konference1st International Workshop on New Generation of Wearable Systems for eHealth
LandItalien
ByLucca
Periode11/12/200314/12/2003
SponsorCSEM, M-Wear Team, Messe Frankfurt, Philips Research Medical Division

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