Pervasive Health

State-of-the-art and Beyond

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ISBN: 978-1-4471-6412-8 (Print) 978-1-4471-6413-5 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    Pages 1-17

    From Computer Innovation to Human Integration: Current Trends and Challenges for Pervasive HealthTechnologies

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    Pages 19-45

    On Challenges Designing the Home as a Place for Care

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    Pages 47-68

    EHealth Applications for Those in Need: Making Novel Interaction Technologies Accessible

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    Pages 69-99

    The Innovation Binder Approach: A Guide Towards a Social-Technical Balanced Pervasive Health System

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    Pages 101-129

    The Brain Computer Interface: Barriers to Becoming Pervasive

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    Pages 131-155

    ‘RehabMaster \(^\mathrm{{TM}}\) ’: A Pervasive Rehabilitation Platform for Stroke Patients and Their Caregivers

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    Pages 157-180

    Managing Telehealth and Telecare

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    Pages 181-210

    Personal Assistive Devices for Elderlies

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    Pages 211-227

    Sleep Quality Monitoring with the Smart Bed

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    Pages 229-254

    Interactive Infrastructures: Physical Rehabilitation Modules for Pervasive Healthcare Technology

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    Pages 255-287

    The Ongoing Development of a Multimedia Gaming Module to Aid Speech, Language and Communication

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    Pages 289-316

    Pervasive Assistive Technology for the Deaf-Blind Need, Emergency and Assistance Through the Sense of Touch

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    Pages 317-342

    A New Methodology (CON-INFO) for Context-Based Development of a Mobile User Interface in Healthcare Applications

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    Pages 343-365

    An Integrated Patient-Centric Approach for Situated Research on Total Hip Replacement: ESTHER