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CAMMD: Context-Aware Mobile Medical Devices

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CAMMD: Context-Aware Mobile Medical Devices
: Telemedicine applications on a medical practitioner's mobile device should be context-aware. This can vastly improve the effectiveness of mobile applications and is a step towards realising the vision of a ubiquitous telemedicine environment. The nomadic nature of a medical practitioner emphasises location, activity and time as key context-aware elements. An intelligent middleware is needed to effectively interpret and exploit these contextual elements. This paper proposes an agent-based architectural solution called Context-Aware Mobile Medical Devices (CAMMD). This framework can proactively communicate patient records to a portable device based upon the active context of its medical practitioner. An expert system is utilised to cross-reference the context-aware data of location and time against a practitioner's work schedule. This proactive distribution of medical data enhances the usability and portability of mobile medical devices. The proposed methodology alleviates co...
Timothy O'Sullivan, John O'Donoghue, John Herbert,
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where JUCS
Authors Timothy O'Sullivan, John O'Donoghue, John Herbert, Richard Studdert
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