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ABSTRACT :WBAN based medical-health technologies have great potential for continuous monitoring in ambulatory settings, early detection of abnormal conditions, and supervised rehabilitation. They can provide patients with increased confidence and a better quality of life, and promote healthy behavior and health awareness. Continuous monitoring with early detection likely has the potential to provide patients with an increased level of confidence, which in turn may improve quality of life. In addition, ambulatory monitoring will allow patients to engage in normal activities of daily life, rather than staying at home or close to specialized medical services. Last but not least, inclusion of continuous monitoring data into medical databases will allow integrated analysis of all data to optimize individualized care and provide knowledge discovery through integrated data mining. Indeed, with the current technological trend toward integration of processors and wireless interfaces, we will soon have coin-sized intelligent sensors. They will be applied as skin patches, seamlessly integrated into a personal monitoring system, and worn for extended periods of time.
WBAN or BAN, short for (Wireless) Body Area Network, consists of a set of mobile and compact intercommunicating sensors, either wearable or implanted into the human body, which monitor vital body parameters and movements. These devices, communicating through wireless technologies, transmit data from the body to a home base station, from where the data can be forwarded to a hospital, clinic or elsewhere, real-time A Body Area Network is a network containing sensor nodes in close proximity to a person?s body monitoring vital signals of the human body and a more intelligent node capable of handle more advanced signal processing.
A Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) connects independent nodes (e.g. sensors and actuators) that are situated in the clothes, on the body or under the skin of a person. The network typically expands over the whole human body and the nodes are connected through a wireless communication channel. A Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) consists of several small devices close to, attached to or implanted into the human body. These devices communicate by means of a wireless network. Interaction with the user or other persons is generally handled by a central device, e.g. a PDA.
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