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Title: Introductory chapter: data acquisition
Authors: Płaczek, Bartłomiej
Keywords: Data acquisition : recent advances and applications in Biomedical Engineering; introductory
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: [Rijeka] : Intech Open
Citation: B. Płaczek (ed.), "Data acquisition : recent advances and applications in Biomedical Engineering" (S. 1-4). [Rijeka] : Intech Open
Series/Report no.: IntechOpen Book Series Biomedical Engineering;Vol. 9
Abstract: New biomedical technologies can support faster development of disease treatments, prevention, and diagnostic procedures. They are expected to make significant contributions to the quality of life, improve patient healthcare, and reduce the related costs. Advancement of data acquisition techniques is a key prerequisite for the development in biomedical engineering. Recent advances in data acquisition systems, sensor design, and sensor networks allow collection of large volumes of detailed biomedical data. For instance, body area networks with wireless sensors can be used to non-invasively and continuously monitor several physiological parameters and recognize human activities [1]. Other examples are visual sensor networks for supervision of patients during rehabilitation and Internet of Things (IoT) systems with medical devices connected to the internet that can collect valuable data, enable detailed analysis of symptoms and facilitate remote healthcare(...).
DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.95019
ISBN: 978-1-83968-036-6
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