Development of Portable u-Health Monitoring System

휴대형 u-Health 모니터링 시스템 개발

  • 한정수 (백석대학교 정보통신학부) ;
  • 김귀정 (건양대학교 의공학과)
  • Published : 2009.11.28


This study aims to develop a mobile-based portable u-Health Monitoring System which provides a personal medical service on demand by processing patients' data intellectually achieved through sensing technique of non-restriction/non-consciousness oriented and deciding. To do this, we composed a USN-based portable monitoring unit. It is the one, that contains a somatometry sensor which is attached to patient's body and detects bio information, a portable wireless terminal which receives information from the sensor and transmits it to monitor server, and a monitor server which interprets received data through wireless network and processes. Also, it tries to develop a non-restriction /non-consciousness oriented sensing technique which is related to glycosuria and cardiovascular diseases.


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