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The recent global COVID-19 pandemic has revealed that the current healthcare system in modern society can hardly cope with the increased number of patients. Part of the load can be alleviated by incorporating smart healthcare infrastructure in the current system to enable patient's remote monitoring and personalized treatment. Technological advances in communications and sensing devices have enabled the development of new, portable, and more power-efficient biomedical sensors, as well asdoi:10.3390/e24020226 pmid:35205520 pmcid:PMC8871046 fatcat:w45mc7ttkncrzggyxno777pvzm