Thursday, 8 November 2007

Digital plaster for personalized healthcare

An Ultra Low Power Intelligent Sensor Interface and Transceiver Platform has been developed by Toumaz. The BAN platform has a variety of sensors embedded in a plaster facilitating a wireless infrastructure
for intelligent, non-intrusive continuous monitoring,
to deliver a new wave
of lifestyle-compatible, personalised care applications – with
the potential to transform the treatment and management
of chronic diseases for millions of people.

By providing the complete infrastructure for an end-to-end telemedicine
system, this new integrated platform has the potential to revolutionise
the architecture of healthcare information systems, providing a unique
platform for analysis and decision-making based on real-time data.

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