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Intelligent Healthcare Solutions

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IoT technology has been present for more than a decade but has shown rapid growth in recent years, a process catalysed by advancements in sensors, smartphone technology and application software. The impact of IoT in healthcare sector has been so huge that it has paved way to a new frontier, Internet of Medical Things (IOMT). IOMT aims at achieving an intelligent and collaborative model capable of independent and isolated work with minimum security risks. Rapid advancements in sensing technologies, data processing techniques and end user applications helped establish IoT as an effective and adaptive technology in PHS.

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Ahmed, S.B., Jabarullah, B.M. (2020). Intelligent Healthcare Solutions. In: Alam, M., Shakil, K., Khan, S. (eds) Internet of Things (IoT). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37468-6_20

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