The advancement of technology in sensors and communication devices to the Internet has resulted in practical solutions in various networking sectors, public and private sector enterprises, and government organizations worldwide. In addition, the widespread use of Smart Devices and Mobile Technologies in the healthcare industry has enhanced their global reach and effect. Patient monitoring systems are classified into two basic categories: bedside patient monitoring systems and distant patient monitoring systems. The specialists in healthcare systems are increasingly profiting from the advantages of such technology, resulting in a significant devel- opment within the healthcare domain, both within and outside of clinical settings. Similarly, untold numbers of regular operators benefit from the advancements in M-Health (Mobile Health) and E-Health, in which healthcare is delivered using information and communication technology (ICT) to develop and preserve their health. For patients suffering from chronic diseases, the researchers hope to introduce a survey based on ontology, which will be able to track their health over time and provide standard workout rec- ommendations.
Salem Alzboon, Mowafaq
"Survey on Patient Health Monitoring System Based on Internet of Things,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 11
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