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An exploratory study of reverse exchange systems used for medical devices in the UK National Health Service (NHS)

Ying Xie, Liz Breen, Tom Cherrett, Dingchang Zheng, Colin James Allen, Vikas Kumar, Marlene Amorim, Arijit Bhatt
2016 Supply chain management  
Purpose This study aims to provide insights into the scale and use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in managing medical devices in the NHS, with a focus on Reverse Exchange (RE) systems, as  ...  to frontline medical treatment.  ...  The system uses fixed and portable Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) readers to track tagged devices.  ... 
doi:10.1108/scm-07-2015-0278 fatcat:kj7wce54bnbu7bxexnwcqgfrpa

Review of Smart Hospital Services in Real Healthcare Environments

Hyuktae Kwon, Sunhee An, Ho-Young Lee, Won Chul Cha, Sungwan Kim, Minwoo Cho, Hyoun-Joong Kong
2022 Healthcare Informatics Research  
; mobile health services such as mobile phones, tablets, and wearables; artificial intelligence-based services for the diagnosis and prediction of diseases; robot services provided on behalf of humans  ...  the following types: services based on location recognition and tracking technology that measures and monitors the location information of an object based on short-range communication technology; high-speed  ...  Acknowledgments ORCID Hyuktae Kwon (https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0312-3650) Sunhee An (https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9424-0977) Ho-Young Lee (https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6518-0602) Won Chul Cha (https:/  ... 
doi:10.4258/hir.2022.28.1.3 pmid:35172086 pmcid:PMC8850169 fatcat:zhyq6xodpjh3jiprfgkqblp4ja

Real-time location and inpatient care systems based on passive RFID

Pablo Najera, Javier Lopez, Rodrigo Roman
2011 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
Due to this, high expectations for this integration have emerged, but hospital and medical centers interested in adoption of RFID technology require prior knowledge on how to squeeze RFID capabilities,  ...  Lab testing of system reliability based on passive UHF RFID is provided for this case.  ...  scenarios and how to further squeeze RFID capabilities to enhance medical processes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnca.2010.04.011 pmid:34170999 pmcid:PMC7148963 fatcat:2z7e4zooinavhpdz37se4herjy

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  ...  Acknowledgement Thanks to Banner Desert Medical Center eICU for assisting in collecting data about their eICU and providing information related to the concept of critical care and telemedicine.  ... 
doi:10.1089/tmj.1.1996.2.295 pmid:10165366 fatcat:b72hzp2udfan7cbpldpfodjkqi

Security in IoMT Communications: A Survey

Dimitris Koutras, George Stergiopoulos, Thomas Dasaklis, Panayiotis Kotzanikolaou, Dimitris Glynos, Christos Douligeris
2020 Sensors  
Based on realistic attacks we identify available mitigation controls that may be applied to secure IoMT communications, as well as existing research and implementation gaps.  ...  The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) couples IoT technologies with healthcare services in order to support real-time, remote patient monitoring and treatment.  ...  The data can be sent to a mobile phone via Bluetooth [72] . Hossain et al. [45] describe an RFID based smart pill system.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20174828 pmid:32859036 pmcid:PMC7506588 fatcat:l3krtht6gjbwvon3sbhsenjr24

Incorporating the Internet of Things in the Modern Hospital: Attempting a "Taxonomy" of Pertinent Equipment and Services

Basile Spyropoulos
2017 American Journal of Management Science and Engineering  
The most important Hospital Departments and Services (Emergency, Surgery, Radiotherapy, ICU, Medical Imaging, Bio-Signals, IVD-Laboratories, Cell-therapies etc.), are presented in this preliminary "road-map  ...  The designed Hospital Pharmacy management system is supervising and documenting, the Medicine, Reagents and Disposable purchasing and allocation procedures, taking into account an option of an RFID/IoT-based  ...  It has been the corner-stone of the remote servicing capabilities that medical imaging vendors started to offer many years ago.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ajmse.20170206.11 fatcat:voxze37tknewbklbqha6yi7n24

Definition of Information Technology Architectures for Continuous Data Management and Medical Device Integration in Diabetes

M. Elena Hernando, Mario Pascual, Carlos H. Salvador, Gema García-Sáez, Agustín Rodríguez-Herrero, Iñaki Martínez-Sarriegui, Enrique J. Gómez
2008 Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology  
This article presents basic criteria for defining flexible and adaptive architectures that are capable of interoperating with external systems, and integrating medical devices and decision support tools  ...  The technological platforms should support all the services required by the actors involved in the care process, located in different scenarios and managing diverse information for different purposes.  ...  applications, 14 short messages with mobile phones, 15 or personal digital assistants (PDA). 16 ww.journalofdst.org Vol 2, Issue 5, September 2008 Currently, Web applications are commonly used because  ... 
doi:10.1177/193229680800200523 pmid:19885276 pmcid:PMC2769800 fatcat:reagd2m4nngbxdvf4zosb6kk7e

Smart Data Collection and Management in Heterogeneous Ubiquitous Healthcare [chapter]

Luca Catarinucci, Alessandra Esposito, Luciano Tarricone, Marco Zappatore, Riccardo Colell
2011 Biomedical Engineering, Trends in Electronics, Communications and Software  
data and is based on an innovative, flexible and versatile framework.  ...  Based on the above considerations, we developed a cost-effective RFID-based device for the monitoring and collection of sensorial data, and a pervasive and context-oriented system which operates on sensor  ...  Medical professionals can easy access and update patient's records remotely via Wi-Fi connection using mobile devices.  ... 
doi:10.5772/13458 fatcat:2ieqhs6acvec3obzkr4tduxrym

Privacy protecting data collection in media spaces

Jehan Wickramasuriya, Mahesh Datt, Sharad Mehrotra, Nalini Venkatasubramanian
2004 Proceedings of the 12th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '04  
RFID, motion detection) for localization, and combines this with a XML-based policy framework for access control to determine violations within the space.  ...  We would also thank Mohanned Alhazza for his help in implementing the video processing component of the infrastructure.  ...  of the person (face) by taking an inner product of the video images with those base images stored in a database.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1027527.1027537 dblp:conf/mm/WickramasuriyaDMV04 fatcat:oemiqpcturhcvfu56fpgxyghmu

RFID Applications for Sanitary Environments [chapter]

Giuliano Benelli, Stefano Parrino, Alessandro Pozzebo
2010 Sustainable Radio Frequency Identification Solutions  
or electronic medical prescription applications have been studied and developed.  ...  At present the most common RFID applications in healthcare can be divided into two main categories: the items tracking and the tracking and identification of people, patients and sanitary operators.  ...  Evidently many of the applications described before could be transferred on such a device, turning it alternatively into an electronic case history or into personal assistant for doctors, able to read  ... 
doi:10.5772/8016 fatcat:ogbftnjksnc2vbttwxupr3cgii

Using Assistive Technologies in Autism Care Centers to Support Children Develop Communication and Language Skills. A Case Study: Albania

Ardiana Sula, Evjola Spaho
2014 Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies  
The smart environment is proposed as an assistive environment for this center in order to support students' learning during the time that they come to the center for support.  ...  In this paper, we propose the use of the smart environment based on Internet of Things (IoT) and P2P technology as a form of assistive environment in autism care centers to support children develop communication  ...  Various types of technology-from "low" to "high" tech-should be infused into every aspect of their daily lives.  ... 
doi:10.5901/ajis.2014.v3n1p203 fatcat:zsktxikoyvek7ku622ujz5fjke

Ambient Assisted Living Healthcare Frameworks, Platforms, Standards, and Quality Attributes

Mukhtiar Memon, Stefan Wagner, Christian Pedersen, Femina Beevi, Finn Hansen
2014 Sensors  
Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) is an emerging multi-disciplinary field aiming at exploiting information and communication technologies in personal healthcare and telehealth systems for countering the effects  ...  In addition, we conducted an email-based survey for collecting usage data and current status of contemporary AAL systems.  ...  Their home gateway is capable of identifying the patients through RFID and use the insulin infusion protocol based on artificial intelligence for adaptive insulin infusion through self-monitoring blood  ... 
doi:10.3390/s140304312 pmid:24599192 pmcid:PMC4003945 fatcat:w4mzzdbblvhvflekgvgvlyzpca

A Decade of Internet of Things: Analysis in the Light of Healthcare Applications

Ikram Ud Din, Ahmad Almogren, Mohsen Guizani, Mansour Zuair
2019 IEEE Access  
The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is a phenomenon wherein computer networks and medical equipment are connected through the Internet to provide real-time interaction between physicians and patients  ...  In the end, we also provide some unresolved challenges that are confronted in the deployment of the secure IoMT-based healthcare systems.  ...  IOT-BASED M-HEALTH AND SECURE REMOTE MONITORING [2013] [38] m-Health (mobile health) is a common term for the usage of mobile phones and other wireless devices in medical care.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2927082 fatcat:gim4c4acifan5hfpubxvl6c4su

Internet of Diagnostic Things: Emerging Horizon towards Precision and Digital Health Care

Vijay Verma, Abhisek Mishra, Vaishali Bisht, Jyoti Bala
2021 Journal of Health Science Research  
Application of IoT technology in diagnostic and healthcare opens a way for personalization in the medical care depending on individual needs, additionally giving option for well-organized way for remote  ...  Intelligent sensors, wearable, digital imaging, smart phone based diagnostic and connected networking provides smart approach and platform towards precision diagnostics.  ...  The process of aligning images into a single image is known as image registration.  ... 
doi:10.7324/jhsr/2020/24981 fatcat:bkp2y4e6nnb3thyetkng7hb4lu

Block Chain Based Internet of Medical Things for Uninterrupted, Ubiquitous, User-Friendly, Unflappable, Unblemished, Unlimited Health Care Services (BC IoMT U6 HCS)

J Indumathi, Achyut Shankar, Muhammad Rukunuddin Ghalib, J Gitanjali, Qiaozhi Hua, Zheng Wen, Xin Qi
2020 IEEE Access  
This data unification results in improved patient outcomes by combining the people, data and processes through connected medical devices and mobile applications.  ...  Radio-frequency identification (RFID) sensors/Tags -have unique identifiers and are be armed with a variety of sensing capabilities. RFID tags are also used to send signals.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3040240 fatcat:mh62tubbfjeh5heb4fcfbre6ky
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