Wearable Sensor Vest Design Study for Vital Parameters Measurement System
By using clothing with built-in biomedical sensors, the acquiring chosen parameters directly from the patient’s body is available without a special and tiresome installation and calibration. The publication presents the stage of the design process of wearable element for vital parameters measurement system. The system is designed for use especially in cardiology telemedicine. The basic function of such a sensor layer is registering and transmitting chosen physiological life parameters of the patiences for further analysis. In the publication were defined the main issues to be addressed during the wearable element design and given propositions of solving them.
KeywordsWearable system Cardiology telemedicine Textile electrode 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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