U-Healthcare Monitoring Systems
  • Author : Nilanjan Dey
  • Release Date : 17 September 2018
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Genre : Science
  • Pages : 427
  • ISBN 13 : 9780128156384

U-Healthcare Monitoring Systems Book Summary

U-Healthcare Monitoring Systems: Volume One: Design and Applications focuses on designing efficient U-healthcare systems which require the integration and development of information technology service/facilities, wireless sensors technology, wireless communication tools, and localization techniques, along with health management monitoring, including increased commercialized service or trial services. These u-healthcare systems allow users to check and remotely manage the health conditions of their parents. Furthermore, context-aware service in u-healthcare systems includes a computer which provides an intelligent service based on the user’s different conditions by outlining appropriate information relevant to the user’s situation. This volume will help engineers design sensors, wireless systems and wireless communication embedded systems to provide an integrated u-healthcare monitoring system. This volume provides readers with a solid basis in the design and applications of u-healthcare monitoring systems. Provides a solid basis in the design and applications of the u-healthcare monitoring systems Illustrates the concept of the u-healthcare monitoring system and its requirements, with a specific focus on the medical sensors and wireless sensors communication Presents a multidisciplinary volume that includes different applications of the monitoring system which highlight the main features for biomedical sensor devices

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