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A novel emergency telemedicine system based on wireless communication technology-AMBULANCE

S. Pavlopoulos, E. Kyriacou, A. Berler, S. Dembeyiotis, D. Koutsouris
1998 IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine  
The device can telematically "bring" an expert specialist doctor at the site of the medical emergency, allow him to evaluate patient data and issue directions to the emergency personnel on treatment procedures  ...  The performance of the system has been validated in four different countries using a controlled medical protocol and a set of 100 patients per country treated has been collected and analyzed.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The AMBULANCE project (HC 1001) is a cost shared R&D project funded by the European Commission under the Health Telematics Programme.  ... 
doi:10.1109/4233.737581 pmid:10719536 fatcat:psxkts5tdjgwrdxondtvyjzf2q

A brief overview of m-Health e-Emergency Systems

C.S. Pattichis, E. C. Kyriacou, M.S. Pattichis, A. Panayides, S. Mougiakakou, A. Pitsillides, C.N. Schizas
2007 2007 6th International Special Topic Conference on Information Technology Applications in Biomedicine  
Rapid advances in wireless communications and networking technologies, linked with advances in computing and medical technologies facilitate the development and offering of emerging mobile systems and  ...  A longer version of this paper was also published by our group [3] . The paper reviews recent e-emergency systems, including the wireless technologies used, as well as the data Manuscript  ...  In section III, a short overview of m-health e-emergency systems is documented based on published journal, conference papers, and book chapters.  ... 
doi:10.1109/itab.2007.4407422 fatcat:gwyux2rbxff23j6rpijesl7j4y

Mobile Telestroke During Ambulance Transport Is Feasible in a Rural EMS Setting: The iTREAT Study

Jason M. Lippman, Sherita N. Chapman Smith, Timothy L. McMurry, Zachary G. Sutton, Brian S. Gunnell, Jack Cote, Debra G. Perina, David C. Cattell-Gordon, Karen S. Rheuban, Nina J. Solenski, Bradford B. Worrall, Andrew M. Southerland
2016 Telemedicine journal and e-health  
Materials and Methods: We designed a platform including a tablet-based end point, high-speed modem with commercial wireless access, external antennae, and portable mounting apparatus.  ...  Total initial cost of the system was $1,650 per ambulance.  ...  To achieve high-speed mobile connectivity in the ambulance, we designed a portable Wi-Fi system using a wireless modem/router (COR IBR600 LE-VZ; CradlePoint Ò , Boise, ID) with a Verizon Wireless ª (New  ... 
doi:10.1089/tmj.2015.0155 pmid:26600433 pmcid:PMC5898765 fatcat:rfotfjikmvd3jjdjjbqn26nqwu

Mobile e-Health: The Unwired Evolution of Telemedicine

Sapal Tachakra, X.H. Wang, Robert S.H. Istepanian, Y.H. Song
2003 Telemedicine journal and e-health  
The movement of telemedicine from desktop platforms to wireless and mobile configurations may have a significant impact on future health care.  ...  This paper reviews some of the latest technologies in wireless communication and their application in health care.  ...  Ambulance emergency services A mobile telemedicine system has been established for ambulance emergency services.  ... 
doi:10.1089/153056203322502632 pmid:14611692 fatcat:3qizsnuxajfwxh6qwz3rl5627e

Telestroke Ambulances in Prehospital Stroke Management: Concept and Pilot Feasibility Study

T. G. Liman, B. Winter, C. Waldschmidt, N. Zerbe, P. Hufnagl, H. J. Audebert, M. Endres
2012 Stroke  
National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale assessment was performed by a hospital-based stroke physician by telemedicine, by an emergency physician guided by telemedicine, and "a posteriori" on the basis  ...  Feasibility of telestroke ambulances and reliability of the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale assessment were tested using current wireless cellular communication technology (third generation)  ...  Methods Concept Three ambulances of the Berlin fire brigade were equipped with wireless cellular communication technology (telestroke ambulances) as part of StrokeNET, a Berlin-based telemedicine project  ... 
doi:10.1161/strokeaha.112.657270 pmid:22693132 fatcat:cx3znhvazfbpzlxghzjdubcisy

A ROBUST CALCULUS OFFLOADING STRUCTURE FOR AMBULANT HEALTH INQUIRIES

Pitta Rebecca Alekhya, K. Tulasi Krishna Kumar Nainar
2021 EPRA international journal of research & development  
Mobile health has emerged as a promising paradigm for improving people's work and life in the future.  ...  A particle swarm optimization based approach is proposed to optimize the aforementioned computation offloading problem in a specific medical application.  ...  "A survey on M2M systems for m Health: A wireless communications perspective," In the new era of connectivity, marked by the explosive number of wireless electronic devices and the need for smart and pervasive  ... 
doi:10.36713/epra8437 fatcat:lje63hhaovclhgcgqyvu6zdide

Building a High-Quality Mobile Telemedicine System using Network Striping over Dissimilar Wireless Wide Area Networks

A. Qureshi, A. Shoeb, J. Guttag
2005 2005 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 27th Annual Conference  
This paper describes an approach to building a high-quality mobile telemedicine system that overcomes the limitations of individual public wireless data networks.  ...  We have developed flexible network-striping software middleware, and are building a telemedicine system using that middleware.  ...  ., for providing invaluable insight into how our technology might improve trauma care. Special thanks to Michel Goraczko and Dorothy Curtis.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iembs.2005.1615324 pmid:17281094 fatcat:ivsoejgt7bbpti5npm3uej6c6e

Development and Pilot Testing of 24/7 In-Ambulance Telemedicine for Acute Stroke: Prehospital Stroke Study at the Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel-Project

Alexis Valenzuela Espinoza, Robbert-Jan Van Hooff, Ann De Smedt, Maarten Moens, Laetitia Yperzeele, Koenraad Nieboer, Ives Hubloue, Jacques de Keyser, Andre Convents, Helio Fernandez Tellez, Alain Dupont, Koen Putman (+1 others)
2016 Cerebrovascular Diseases  
In-ambulance telemedicine is a recently developed and a promising approach to improve emergency care. We implemented the first ever 24/7 in-ambulance telemedicine service for acute stroke.  ...  We report on our experiences with the development and pilot testing of the Prehospital Stroke Study at the Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel (PreSSUB) to facilitate a wider spread of the knowledge regarding  ...  establish a mobile solution based on laptop computers and wireless connectivity).  ... 
doi:10.1159/000444175 pmid:26950076 fatcat:me7a3ubfp5gvji6hctgpy7dani

Guest editorial

Anandakumar Haldorai, Mu-Yen Chen, Chow Chee Onn, Arulmurugan Ramu
2021 International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications  
The first article, "An optimized security solution based on trust value for multithreaded wireless body area network communication", presents the wireless body area network secure communication techniques  ...  Ambulance system can be recommended with mobile phone for patient monitoring system to communicate specialist doctors.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijpcc-04-2021-214 fatcat:yqaznevfpfaotkkfstay5wrvkq

Mobile Communications for using in Telemedicin

Marjan Ghazi Saeedi
2014 International Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering  
However, m-Health is beginning to include software and data applications based on mobile devices and technologies.  ...  This paper examines the use of such technology in providing seamless mobile communications for telemedicine.  ...  When the ambulance is nearing the hospital, PERIMETER discovers a Wi-Fi signal coming from the hospital Wi-Fi base station.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ijbse.20140203.12 fatcat:hzga3zrtjvggzhxeynn6un67fe

Provisioning Quality of Service of Wireless Telemedicine for E-Health Services: A Review

Mustafa Almahdi Algaet, Zul Azri Bin Muhamad Noh, Abdul Samad Shibghatullah, Ali Ahmad Milad, Aouache Mustapha
2014 Wireless personal communications  
In addition, the bandwidth allocation and admission control algorithm for IEEE 802.16-based design specifically for wireless telemedicine/e-health services have also been presented in the study.  ...  It has been concluded that under busy traffic conditions, the proposed architecture can used as a feasible and reliable infrastructure network for telemedicine.  ...  and on user mobility and 2) a fair [20] . as a novel promising industry.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-014-1758-3 fatcat:47l4vc73ljcz3ijzs5ix6u7qva

Chapter 6: Telemedicine Technology

Michael Ackerman, Richard Craft, Frank Ferrante, Mary Kratz, Salah Mandil, Hasan Sapci
2002 Telemedicine journal and e-health  
A novel emergency telemedicine system based on wireless communications, AMBU-LANCE 5 demonstrated a successful wireless telemedicine system at four different sites in Europe.  ...  To address these shortcomings, the telemedicine community needs a three-level approach to telemedicine system interoperability.  ... 
doi:10.1089/15305620252933419 pmid:12020407 fatcat:4jnliajdbveszar7jiyvjcgifi

MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS FOR USING IN TELEMEDICINE

Saeedi
2014 Current Research in Medicine  
However, mHealth is beginning to include software and data applications based on mobile devices and technologies.  ...  This study examines the use of such technology in providing seamless mobile communications for telemedicine.  ...  When the ambulance is nearing the hospital, PERIMETER discovers a WiFi signal coming from the hospital WiFi base station.  ... 
doi:10.3844/amjsp.2014.8.12 fatcat:ypsoj6nkcvci3l4popjjvwvj2i

Improving patient care by unshackling telemedicine: adaptively aggregating wireless networks to facilitate continuous collaboration

Asfandyar Qureshi, Eugene Shih, Irene Fan, Jennifer Carlisle, Donna Brezinski, Monica Kleinman, John Guttag
2010 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
Telemedicine has had a positive impact on some aspects of patient care.  ...  We have evaluated the communication capabilities of our system in a number of realistic experiments. We are about to launch an evaluation of the clinical utility of our system.  ...  The heart of our system is a novel technology that adaptively and dynamically aggregates available wireless networks, intelligently encodes and distributes video over those networks, and degrades gracefully  ... 
pmid:21347061 pmcid:PMC3041343 fatcat:o2pqunpwtnb35h2vrsz5ixrwtu

Telemedicine and Distributed Medical Intelligence

DAVE WARNER, JOHN M. TICHENOR, DAVID C. BALCH
1996 Telemedicine Journal  
Physicians and nurses in hospitals are using telemedicine and radio frequency identification (RFID) technology medical management as advanced technologies and continually expanding to develop new modes  ...  In this paper, concepts about telemedicine and its application, the use of RFID in medical management and telemedicine applications, challenges and technical progress, and several case studies are presented  ...  John Sandifer for speaking with the authors about telemedicine applications at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.  ... 
doi:10.1089/tmj.1.1996.2.295 pmid:10165366 fatcat:b72hzp2udfan7cbpldpfodjkqi
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