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Title: Continuous Vital Parameters Monitoring by Using Biosensors and Smart Technology Solution
Authors: Koteska, Bojana 
Koceska, Natasa
Simjanoska, Monika 
Jost, Anton
Strahovnik, Andrej
Komadina, Radko
Kostoska, Magdalena 
Madevska Bogdanova, Ana 
Tasic, Jurij
Trontelj, Janez
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Slovenian Society for Emergency Medicine
Source: Bojana Koteska, Natasa Koceska, Monika Simjanoska, Anton Josh, Andrej Strahovnik, Radko Komadina, Magdalena Kostoska, Ana Madevska Bogdanova, Jurij Tasic, and Janez Trontelj. “Continuous Vital Parameters Monitoring by Using Biosensors and Smart Technology Solution”. In: Proceedings of the 24th International Symposium on Emergency Medicine. Slovenian Society for Emergency Medicine. 2017, pp. 201–204. ISBN: 978-961- 6940-11-5.
Conference: 24th International Symposium on Emergency Medicine
Abstract: 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 consists of three commercially available biomedical sensors and a portable smart technology device. The integration allows continuous capture of the heart rate, respiratory rate, part-time blood pressure and oxygen saturation. The application enables insight into the recent history of the parameters, additionally providing information of the shock index, Glasgow comma scale score and the hemodynamic stability of the patient. The solution is suitable for pre-hospital, during the vehicle transport and in-hospital environment. Given all the hardware used is commercially available, the integration is highly cost effective when compared to the hospital equipment. The reliability has been tested in hospital environment.
ISBN: 978-961- 6940-11-5
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