Survey of Wearable Multi-modal Vital Parameters Measurement Systems
Wearable systems with biomedical sensors have diagnostic, as well as monitoring applications. Parameters extracted from physiological measures in everyday situations can provide indicators of health status and can have diagnostic value, especially for cardiology telemedicine. The publication presents the review of reconfigurable, wearable or possible to adapt for wearing, multi-modal vital parameters measurement systems for use especially in cardiology telemedicine. From about 300 commercially available reviewed system, three selected systems have been studied in detail, the results of this comparison are also presented.
KeywordsWearable system Telemedicine Biomedical sensors
This work was supported by project “The use of teletransmission of medical data in patients with heart failure for improvement of quality of life and reduction of treatment costs (Monitel-HF)” (STRATEGMED 1/233221/3/NCBR/3/2014) funded by the National Centre for Research and Development under the program STRATEGMED.
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