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Medical Telemetry System for Monitoring and Localization of Patients : Functional Model and Algorithms for Biosignals Processing

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The article presents the concept of hospital telemetric system. The goal of the project is a model of early warning systems for patients outside intensive care wards. Proposed system is based on constant telemetric monitoring using objective physiological parameters. Using low-distance sensor network which covers body of a patient, so-called BAN (Body Area Network) is the main innovation of the project. Some preliminary results of ECG analysis and interpretation modules and units of proposed system will be presented.
  • Department of Systems and Computer Networks, Wrocław University of Technology, Wyb. Wyspiańskiego 27, Wrocław, Poland,
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