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International Journal of Sensor Networks and Data Communications

ISSN: 2090-4886

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Continuous Vital Signs Monitoring is Going Wireless in Urgent Medicine

Abstract

Jurij F. Tasi├â┬ä├é┬Ź and Janez Trontelj

In this paper we present a wireless solution for continuous monitoring of vital parameters by using the leverage of both the biosensors and the smart technology. The proposed solution is based on the expanded technology which has been initially developed for NATO Science for Peace & Security Program for optimization of first aid treatment of soldiers wounded at the battle field. A new functionality was added to improve the existing procedures. Intelligent algorithms were developed to provide automatic triage of the wounded person for faster and more reliable categorization of his vital status and to select the optimal first aid. In addition, the continuous monitoring of the relevant parameters of his medical status provides valuable information to the physician to select a proper treatment and consequently improves the patient survival chances.

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