Mobile Telemedicine System Paper Presentation & Seminar



Effective emergency mobile telemedicine and home monitoring solutions are the thrust areas discussed in this study. Ambulances, Rural Health Centers (RHC) or other remote health location such as ships navigating in wide seas are common examples of possible emergency sites, while critical care telemetry and telemedicine home follow-ups are important issues of telemonitoring. In order to support the various growing application areas explained above a combined real-time store and forward facility that consists of a base unit and a telemedicine (mobile) unit is used. This integrated system can be used when handling emergency cases in ambulances, RHC or ships by using a mobile telemedicine unit at the emergency site and a base unit at the hospital-expert's site. This enhances intensive health care provision by giving a mobile base unit to the ICU doctor while the telemedicine unit remains at the ICU patient site and enables home telemonitoring, by installing the telemedicine unit at the patient's home while the base unit remains at the physician's office or hospital.

aThe system allows the transmission of vital bio signals (ECG, SP02, NIBP, IBP, Temperature) and still images of the patient. The transmission is performed through GSM mobile telecommunication network, through satellite links (where GSM is not available) or through Plain Old Telephony Systems (POTS) where available. Using this device a specialist doctor can telematically "move" to the patient's site and instruct unspecialized personnel when handling an emergency or telemonitoring case

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