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Management of Streaming Body Sensor Data for Medical Information Systems

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Management of Streaming Body Sensor Data for Medical Information Systems
Data retrieved from body sensors such as ECG machines and new-generation multi-sensor systems such as respiratory monitors are varied and abundant. Managing and integrating this streaming data with existing types of medical information such as patient records, laboratory results, procedures, medical documents, and medical images in a logical and intuitive way is a challenge. Not only is the management of such data difficult but so is the visualization and presentation of the data to physicians, specialists, and patients. Using a new generation of lifeshirts embedded with real time monitors for respiratory and heart functions as a testbed, we propose and have initiated development of a data management system for dealing with such streaming body sensor data, under the framework of an extensible architecture that will support easy visualization of such data.
Alfonso F. Cardenas, Raymond K. Pon, Robert B. Cam
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where METMBS
Authors Alfonso F. Cardenas, Raymond K. Pon, Robert B. Cameron
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