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Volume 4 |Article ID 173540 | https://doi.org/10.1155/2008/173540

Arjan Durresi, Mimoza Durresi, Arben Merkoci, Leonard Barolli, "Networked Biomedical System for Ubiquitous Health Monitoring", Mobile Information Systems, vol. 4, Article ID 173540, 8 pages, 2008. https://doi.org/10.1155/2008/173540

Networked Biomedical System for Ubiquitous Health Monitoring

Received20 Nov 2008
Accepted20 Nov 2008

Abstract

We propose a distributed system that enables global and ubiquitous health monitoring of patients. The biomedical data will be collected by wearable health diagnostic devices, which will include various types of sensors and will be transmitted towards the corresponding Health Monitoring Centers. The permanent medical data of patients will be kept in the corresponding Home Data Bases, while the measured biomedical data will be sent to the Visitor Health Monitor Center and Visitor Data Base that serves the area of present location of the patient. By combining the measured biomedical data and the permanent medical data, Health Medical Centers will be able to coordinate the needed actions and help the local medical teams to make quickly the best decisions that could be crucial for the patient health, and that can reduce the cost of health service.

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