Ubiquitous Mobile Health Monitoring System for Elderly (UMHMSE)

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Authors: Bourouis, A., Feham, M. and Bouchachia, A.

Journal: International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology (IJCSIT), Vol 3, No 3, June 2011

Recent research in ubiquitous computing uses technologies of Body Area Networks (BANs) to monitor the person's kinematics and physiological parameters. In this paper we propose a real time mobile health system for monitoring elderly patients from indoor or outdoor environments. The system uses a bio- signal sensor worn by the patient and a Smartphone as a central node. The sensor data is collected and transmitted to the intelligent server through GPRS/UMTS to be analyzed. The prototype (UMHMSE) monitors the elderly mobility, location and vital signs such as Sp02 and Heart Rate. Remote users (family and medical personnel) might have a real time access to the collected information through a web application.

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Authors: Bourouis, A., Feham, M. and Bouchachia, A.

Journal: CoRR

Volume: abs/1107.3695

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