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    Practical Laboratory Project in Telemedicine: Superviosn of Electrocardiograms by Mobile Telephony

    TitlePractical Laboratory Project in Telemedicine: Superviosn of Electrocardiograms by Mobile Telephony
    Publication TypeJournal Article
    Año de publicación2005
    AutoresBoquete, L, Bravo, I, Barea Navarro, R, Rodríguez, JM, Martín, JL
    Idioma de publicaciónEnglish
    JournalIEEE Transanctions on Education
    Volumen48
    Número2
    Páginas329-336
    Fecha de publicación05/2005
    EditorialIEEE Education Society
    Rank in category150/206
    JCR CategoryENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC
    JCR Impact Factor0.362
    ISSN0018-9359
    URLhttp://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=1427884
    DOI10.1109/TE.2004.842892
    Abstract

    This paper describes a project carried out in the laboratory of Principles of Bioengineering within the Telecommunications Engineering degree (five academic years plus a final thesis). The main object of this project is to set up a portable system for the acquisition, analysis, and transmission by mobile telephony of the electrocardiogram (ECG) of an indeterminate number of patients. The network of patients is managed from a control center (CC), comprising a personal computer (PC) with application software and a mobile telephony communications system. In a real system, each patient would have a patient terminal with a microprocessor-based, ECG-acquisition system with processing and transmission by mobile telephony. Time and technical considerations mean that, in the project, the patient terminal will have to be implemented in a PC. To perform this project, the students must have a wide range of knowledge acquired in this course and in other subjects required for this degree: design of bioamplifiers, information-processing algorithms, mobile-telephony communications, user-interface programming, etc. Having to use these concepts will no doubt serve as a stimulus to the students carrying out the work.