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A New 5G eHealth Architecture based on Optical Camera Communication: An Overview, Prospects, and Applications

Mostafa Zaman Chowdhury, Md. Tanvir Hossan, Md. Shahjalal, Moh. Khalid Hasan, Yeong Min Jang
2020 IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine  
The monitored information is forwarded to hospitals, medical servers, doctors, cloud, and mobile systems for remote monitoring purposes.  ...  The electromagnetic interference caused by RF can critically affect the performance of medical devices.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work was supported by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) and Korea Institute for Advancement of Technology (KIAT) through the International Cooperative R&D program.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mce.2020.2990383 fatcat:rvrtg2usprfr5eebp4ezobg3ei

Emerging mHealth and eHealth interventions for serious mental illness: a review of the literature

John A. Naslund, Lisa A. Marsch, Gregory J. McHugo, Stephen J. Bartels
2015 Journal of Mental Health  
Only studies reporting outcomes for mHealth or eHealth interventions, defined as remotely delivered using mobile, online, or other devices, targeting people with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder  ...  promoting health and wellness; and 4) symptom monitoring.  ...  The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3109/09638237.2015.1019054 pmid:26017625 pmcid:PMC4924808 fatcat:mq3oofxkv5fffnlueyc4uz2uiq

"Low Power Wireless Technologies: An Approach to Medical Applications" [chapter]

Francisco J. Bellido O., Miguel González R., Antonio Moreno M., José Luis de la Cruz F
2009 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
About the medical applications, the remote health or telecare (also called eHealth) is getting a bigger place into the manufacturers and medical companies, in order to incorporate products for assisted  ...  living and remote monitoring of health parameteres.  ...  eHealth The remote health or telecare -also called eHealth, is getting a bigger place into the manufacturers and medical companies, in order to incorporate products for assisted living and remote monitoring  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03978-2_2 fatcat:g7sic2ffa5ervl5ehyku2rtxhu

COVID-19: Technology-Supported Remote Assessment of Pediatric Asthma at Home

Mattienne R. van der Kamp, Monique Tabak, Sophia E. J. A. de Rooij, Pieter P. E. van Lierop, Boony J. Thio
2020 Frontiers in Pediatrics  
Personalized eHealth technology, tailored to the individual and the healthcare system, could substitute elements of hospital care and facilitate early and appropriate medical anticipation in response to  ...  This perspective article discusses new approaches to the clinical, organizational, and scientific aspects of the use of eHealth technology in pediatric asthma care in times of COVID-19, as illustrated  ...  These home-monitoring devices can provide real-time and serial assessments over time, showing that trends of asthma control and risks of severe deterioration can be unobtrusively acquired by combining  ... 
doi:10.3389/fped.2020.00529 pmid:33014930 pmcid:PMC7506114 fatcat:p4yc6il7wrf3pemjt6x2c25qz4

Ergonomic Design in eHealthcare: A Study Case of eHealth Technology System

Antonio Marano, Massimo Di Nicolantonio
2015 Procedia Manufacturing  
The paper intends to contribute to the theme of "Human Factors and Ergonomics in eHealthcare" through the presentation of a study case of eHealth technology system design developed in the Department of  ...  The eHealthcare theme through the support of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) is the focus of a number of European, national and regional actions, to improve service in remote patient care  ...  In particular, the writing of the various paragraphs can be attributed to: Antonio Marano (Paragraph 1 and 2) and Massimo Di Nicolantonio (Abstract and Paragraph 3 and 4).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2015.07.148 fatcat:lch53htczvhbliocboi7hpwmiu

Individualized eHealth Support for Oncological Therapy Management

Timo Schinköthe
2019 Breast Care  
Many solutions are now in transition between research and routine use. The most substantial evidence today is in the area of symptom monitoring.  ...  In addition to the direct support of therapy-supportive measures such as the promotion of physical activities, monitoring of the diet and observation of the quality of life through eHealth approaches are  ...  Remote monitoring by a doctor or nurse is not necessary. CANKADO is a medical device [5] . Denis et al.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000500900 pmid:31316310 pmcid:PMC6600052 fatcat:aarsvwnn6ff7zj3zsvw2hkrnpu

Tile-Ippokratis: The Experience of an Ehealth Platform for the Provision of Health Care Services in the Island of Chios and Cyprus

Homer Papadopoulos
2010 International Journal of Telemedicine and Applications  
Tile-Ippokratis proposed an integrated platform for the provision of low-cost ehealth services to citizens in southeast Mediterranean area (Island of Chios and Cyprus).  ...  telecollaboration and teleconsultation services between health care personnel and between health care personnel and patients and (ii) ehealth services for "at risk" citizens such as elderly and patients  ...  Acknowledgments The Tile-Ippokratis is an integrated pilot ehealth platform for improving health care provision between rural health centers in the island of Chios and the Nikosia General Hospital/intensive  ... 
doi:10.1155/2010/357156 pmid:20871664 pmcid:PMC2943073 fatcat:exdycwgljfbf5nu7ixpvnjitli

Towards fog-driven IoT eHealth: Promises and challenges of IoT in medicine and healthcare

Bahar Farahani, Farshad Firouzi, Victor Chang, Mustafa Badaroglu, Nicholas Constant, Kunal Mankodiya
2018 Future generations computer systems  
This patient-centric IoT eHealth ecosystem needs a multi-layer architecture: 1) device, 2) fog computing and 3) cloud to empower handling of complex data in terms of its variety, speed, and latency.  ...  In this paper we discuss applicability of IoT in healthcare and medicine by presenting a holistic architecture of IoT eHealth ecosystem.  ...  The dashboard enables the users to remotely monitor, configure, control, diagnose, and repair the eHealth devices connected to the cloud.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.future.2017.04.036 fatcat:i5rvzn6aq5hurezolbpnxypzwy

eHealth as the Next-Generation Perinatal Care: An Overview of the Literature

Josephus FM van den Heuvel, T Katrien Groenhof, Jan HW Veerbeek, Wouter W van Solinge, A Titia Lely, Arie Franx, Mireille N Bekker
2018 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Electronic health (eHealth) is the network of technology applications regarding health issues, including, for example, Web-based informative programs, remote monitoring, teleconsultation, and mobile device-supported  ...  However, only few studies assess outcomes in terms of fetal monitoring safety and efficacy in high-risk pregnancy.  ...  et al [103] Prenatal care with app and telemonitoring 100 Controlled trial Marko et al [76] Remote monitoring of hypertension in pregnancy 166 Retrospective cohort Lanssens et al [104] Satisfaction  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.9262 pmid:29871855 pmcid:PMC6008510 fatcat:zds7nfgoljdevju4zgaiin3f7y

Improving Healthcare Access through Digital Health: The Use of Information and Communication Technologies [chapter]

Najeeb Al-Shorbaji
2021 Healthcare Access [Working Title]  
Digital health has been used to empower people, in general and patients in particular, to enable them to access healthcare services at the point of care or remotely.  ...  Access to healthcare services has been impacted by a number of innovations including electronic health record, artificial intelligence, sensors, wearable devices, Internet of (medical) things, Blockchain  ...  Control and monitoring of the patient: the medical professionals can monitor the patient's evolution in real time and, if necessary, make changes in the treatment remotely.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.99607 fatcat:ccu55x4c5zdzzo3mmcmdltzfyy

How to initiate eHealth in congenital heart disease patients?

Mark J Schuuring, Dirkjan Kauw
2020 European Heart Journal - Digital Health  
As new eHealth tools continue to grow in number, such as invasive eHealth tools, health care delivered through eHealth continues to evolve.  ...  This all lays ground for a promising future for eHealth in the care of patients with CHD.  ...  Some highly anticipated technologies, such as remote monitoring of patients with acquired heart failure or arrhythmias, have initially shown disappointing results in large randomized controlled trials  ... 
doi:10.1093/ehjdh/ztaa012 fatcat:hovygwq3fncu7g4735ece4pjgm

Interoperability frameworks linking mHealth applications to electronic record systems

Kagiso Ndlovu, Maurice Mars, Richard E. Scott
2021 BMC Health Services Research  
The impact of mHealth solutions can be improved if they are interoperable with eRecord systems such as electronic health records, electronic medical records and patient health records. eHealth interoperability  ...  Common emerging themes of infrastructure, interoperability standards, data security and usability were identified and discussed; all of which are important in the developing world context such as in Botswana  ...  Acknowledgements KN thanks Cammille Go, Kadimo Khutsafalo and Kim Firn for their valued contributions in the write-up process. Dr Mokone's contribution as a critical reader is highly appreciated.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-021-06473-6 pmid:33985495 fatcat:wegimnu4zvdsphg5ojc4xmmpoy

eHealth solutions to fight against COVID-19: A scoping review of applications

Parisa Eslami, Sharareh R. Niakan Kalhori, Moloud Taheriyan
2021 Medical Journal of The Islamic Republic of Iran  
The most targeted populations were people of the community and medical staff (80%).  ...  , management, and control.  ...  : Pandemic diabetic foot triage system, In-home visits via house calls, Text video chat applications, Remote patient monitoring through temperature sensing devices -Prevention -Triage -Screening  ... 
doi:10.47176/mjiri.35.43 fatcat:rvvzr5lnmbf6jke54jht4gxgjq

Software defined eHealth networking towards a truly mobile and reliable system

Felipe Silva, Jose Castillo-Lema, Augusto Neto, Flavio Silva, Pedro Rosa
2014 2014 IEEE 16th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services (Healthcom)  
, especially for those living in rural and remote areas.  ...  This paper presents a network infrastructure based on the Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm to enable quality-oriented mobility control capabilities in the CAMA approach, to deploy mobility prediction  ...  Examples of eHealth applications include remote patient/medical devices surveillance/sensing, intelligent realtime diagnosis, sharing of medical information/exams, remote appointments/surgery [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/healthcom.2014.7001903 dblp:conf/healthcom/SilvaLNSR14 fatcat:gbyhccxezbdfdklwasdoiul32e

An eHealth platform for instant interaction among health professionals

C.E. Chronaki, F. Chiarugi, E. Mavrogiannaki, C. Demou, P. Lelis, D. Trypakis, M. Spanakis, M. Tsiknakis, S.C. Orphanoudakis
2003 Computers in Cardiology, 2003  
The platform is characterized by the use of medical device components that currently support real-time and/ or store-andforward access to spirometry examinations, medical imaging, vital signs, ECG, and  ...  In an age where medical collaboration is the key to effective healthcare delivery and continuity of care, the location of experts and the management of their time are affecting the wide deployment of eHealth  ...  These controls can be downloaded on demand from the Internet and configured in the context of different eHealth services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cic.2003.1291100 fatcat:enc5djtfnvh2dbtdy6kkd2sxem
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