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    Title: A WLAN and PDA based dedicated mobile biomedical signal monitor and medical information system.
    Authors: 廖良展;李皖琦;林育德;張璞曾
    Contributors: 國立臺灣大學電機工程學研究所;中國醫藥學院學士後中醫系
    Keywords: PDA;WLAN
    Date: 2003-09-13
    Issue Date: 2009-12-09 13:25:08 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺中健康暨管理學院
    Abstract: 隨著醫院的醫學資訊電子化,如何將其與其它科技整合應用,提供醫師以及病患更即時與便利之服務,成為一值得大家重視和思考的問題。而無線區域網路(WLAN)的低電磁干擾與個人數位助理(PDA)的可攜性,本系統目前預定以心血管疾病患者為對象進行即時生理量測以及監控。主治醫師無論身在何處,都可
    以掌握病患的狀況,並配合行動式醫學資訊系統,提供醫師最即時且完整的病患資訊。
    A trend in the development of medicalinstruments is to make them lighter and smaller.
    The personal digital assistant (PDA), which is light, portable, low-cost, and easy to use, can be a part of an integrated monitor system to measure biomedical signals if it is combined with a self-designed amplification module and some biosensors. This system can be used to monitor multiple biomedical signals through the same interface. By transmitting data via the wireless local area network (WLAN), it helps doctors handle patients’ conditions and thus provides the patients with more effective and real-time medical services.
    Relation: 第六屆工程科技與中西醫學應用研討會 293-295
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