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Signals and Systems in E-health (Hardcover) (Bruno Salgues)

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Signals and Systems in e-Health presents the mono dimensional physiological signals (physical quantities varying over time spontaneously or evoked), two dimensional (medical images), and three dimensional (movies revealing inside or outside the human body) that can be collected to unveil the body's pathophysiological condition, as well as systems able to capture these signals. The hardware and software implantation of technical platforms dedicated to the practice of e-health uses of these signals and system-telemedicine, in particular-is developed in detail. Some augmentative devices-for deficient physiological organs integrated in telemedical systems-are also subject of this book.

  • Addresses the medico-technical aspects of telemedical practice that involves design, construction, and implantation platforms
  • Connects the patient source and destination of multimedia medical information to a dedicated network that supports the management of diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring
  • Carries a globalization of systems that can be mobilized for the implantation of telemedicine and e-health
  • Covers augmentative devices for deficient physiological organs integrated in telemedical systems
Number of Pages: 300
Genre: Medical
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd
Author: Bruno Salgues
Language: English
Street Date: December 1, 2018
TCIN: 51895424
UPC: 9781785481642
Item Number (DPCI): 248-36-8395
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