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Engineering
Author: Asaed Mohamed,Hosam I. Faiq (Al-Samarraie),Dr. Widad Ismail
ISBN: 3843391637
Subcategory: Engineering
Pages 88 pages
Publisher LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (January 6, 2011)
Language English
Category: Engineering
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eBook WIRELESS BODY TEMPERATURE MONITORING FOR BIOMEDICAL NEEDS: Wireless Sensor Network in Biomedical Sectors download

by Asaed Mohamed,Hosam I. Faiq (Al-Samarraie),Dr. Widad Ismail


This book has tested different wireless techniques for biological sensor networking by reporting the advantages and the disadvantages of these techniques in monitoring the body temperature. The founding addressed that ZigBee platform provides a high communication performance for wireless monitoring systems.

On Jan 1, 2011, M. Asaed and others published Wireless Body Temperature Monitoring for Biomedical Needs.

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In this paper we are presenting 3 - tier architecture of our prototype healthcare monitoring system using wireless sensor network (WSN) which is developed to continuously monitor certain body parameters of patient.

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However, wireless transmission of sensitive patient data presents some obvious security concerns. In this paper we discuss these concerns and how they are addressed by existing systems. We also discuss issues that need further consideration, such as run-time composition of security services depending on the criticality of data transmitted along with a solution for practical sensor systems using TinyOS.

Biomedical wireless sensor networks enable the development of real time patient monitoring systems, either to monitor chronically ill persons in their homes or to monitor patients in step-down hospital units. However, due to the critical nature of medical data, these networks have to meet demanding quality of service requirements, ensuring high levels of confidence to their users. These goals depend on several factors, such as the characteristics of the network deployment area or the network topology.

The use of wireless sensor networks (WSN) in healthcare applications is growing .

The use of wireless sensor networks (WSN) in healthcare applications is growing in a fast pace. Typical architecture of wireless sensor networks in healthcare applications. Securing the routing of data can also be applied as security measure. Wireless networks are very much susceptible to intrusion.

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Wireless sensors nodes with a single accessing from one AP (access point) to another have addressed the usefulness of these sensors in sending and retrieving data. This book has tested different wireless techniques for biological sensor networking by reporting the advantages and the disadvantages of these techniques in monitoring the body temperature. The founding addressed that ZigBee platform provides a high communication performance for wireless monitoring systems. The proposed circuit is helping on generating early warnings from the received signals of the patient body. Moreover, the proposed circuit has the ability to determine the patient's temperature in real-time status inside the hospital. This book also stated the hardware and software requirements of the proposed wireless body temperature monitoring based on ZigBee wireless, AT89C52 micro-controller, and temperature sensor (100K6A1A) for serving the biomedical needs. Finally, the proposed design has achieved acceptable performance in terms of temperature accuracy (±0.3 °C), maximum indoor coverage range (49 m), and 100% efficiency in multi-tag communications.