Publisher : The Korean Institute of Information and Commucation Engineering
DOI : 10.6109/jkiice.2015.19.9.2100
Title & Authors
Adaptive Situation of the wireless communication technology for the Medical Science Environment Hwang, Jin-Ok; Lee, Do-Yeon;
Recently, we are increasing an interest of the health care from the developing elderly society. The need for the safety standardization is the High-tech industry that the technology of Medical science based on advanced nations with the wireless communication technology. It is urgent matter the chronic disease that is growing the total costs is everyday increased. We consider the standardization of the monitoring the medical examination based on the medical science environment with wireless communication technology. In addition, we make the environment of the powerful nation based on medical / patient care technology for the supporting of the high quality service. In this paper, we focus on description of the relationship that convergence of the medical / patient care science is need the component based on wireless communication technology.
Bluetooth;Zigbee;Wireless Lan;Body Area Network;Monotoring;Medical care;
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