Monitoring patients' signs wirelessly

  • Sagahyroon A
  • Aloul F
  • Al-Ali A
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Recent developments in off-the-shelf wireless embedded computing boards and the increasing need for efficient health monitoring systems, fueled by the increasing number of patients, has prompted R&D professionals to explore better health monitoring systems that are both mobile and cheap. This work investigates the feasibility of using the ZigBee embedded technology in health-related monitoring applications. Selected vital signs of patients are acquired using sensor nodes and readings are transmitted wirelessly using devices that utilize the ZigBee communications protocols. A prototype system has been developed and tested with encouraging results.

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  • Zigbee
  • wireless health monitoring

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  • A. Sagahyroon

  • F. Aloul

  • A. R. Al-Ali

  • M. S. Bahrololoum

  • F. Makhsoos

  • N. Hussein

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