Detecting Vital Signs with Wearable Wireless Sensors
AbstractThe emergence of wireless technologies and advancements in on-body sensor design can enable change in the conventional health-care system, replacing it with wearable health-care systems, centred on the individual. Wearable monitoring systems can provide continuous physiological data, as well as better information regarding the general health of individuals. Thus, such vital-sign monitoring systems will reduce health-care costs by disease prevention and enhance the quality of life with disease management. In this paper, recent progress in non-invasive monitoring technologies for chronic disease management is reviewed. In particular, devices and techniques for monitoring blood pressure, blood glucose levels, cardiac activity and respiratory activity are discussed; in addition, on-body propagation issues for multiple sensors are presented. View Full-Text
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Yilmaz, T.; Foster, R.; Hao, Y. Detecting Vital Signs with Wearable Wireless Sensors. Sensors 2010, 10, 10837-10862.
Yilmaz T, Foster R, Hao Y. Detecting Vital Signs with Wearable Wireless Sensors. Sensors. 2010; 10(12):10837-10862.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yilmaz, Tuba; Foster, Robert; Hao, Yang. 2010. "Detecting Vital Signs with Wearable Wireless Sensors." Sensors 10, no. 12: 10837-10862.