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MobiHealth - innovative 2.5 / 3G mobile services and applications for healthcare

Published inProceedings of IST Mobile & Wireless Telecommunications Summit 2002, Editors EWI-ASNA Architecture and Services of Network Applications, p. 6
Presented at Thessaloniki (Greece), 17-19 June 2002
PublisherEnschede : University of Twente Proceedings
Publication date2002
Abstract

MobiHealth aims at introducing new mobile valueadded services in the area of healthcare, based on 2.5 (GPRS) and 3G (UMTS) technologies, thus promoting the use and deployment of GPRS and UMTS. This will be achieved by the integration of sensors and actuators to a Wireless Body Area Network (BAN). These sensors and actuators will continuously measure and transmit vital constants along with audio and video to health service providers and brokers, improving on one side the life of patients and allowing on the other side the introduction of new value-added services in the areas of disease prevention and diagnostic, remote assistance, para-health services, physical state monitoring (sports) and even clinical research. Furthermore, the MobiHealth BAN system will support the fast and reliable application of remote assistance in case of accidents by allowing the paramedics to send reliable vital constants data as well as audio and video directly from the accident site.

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KONSTANTAS, Dimitri, JONES, Val, HERZOG, Rainer. MobiHealth - innovative 2.5 / 3G mobile services and applications for healthcare. In: Proceedings of IST Mobile & Wireless Telecommunications Summit 2002. Thessaloniki (Greece). Enschede : University of Twente Proceedings, 2002. p. 6.
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