Ceron Bravo JD (2014)
Publication Status: Published
Publication Type: Journal article
Publication year: 2014
Book Volume: 200
Pages Range: 124-30
This article presents the development process of an acquisition and data storage system managing clinical variables through a cloud storage service and a Personal Health Record (PHR) System. First, the paper explains how a Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) that captures data from two sensors corresponding to arterial pressure and heart rate is designed. Second, this paper illustrates how data collected by the WBAN are transmitted to a cloud storage service. It is worth mentioning that this cloud service allows the data to be stored in a persistent way on an online database system. Finally, the paper describes, how the data stored in the cloud service are sent to the Indivo PHR System, where they are registered and charted for future revision by health professionals. The research demonstrated the feasibility of implementing WBAN networks for the acquisition of clinical data, and particularly for the use of Web technologies and standards to provide interoperability with PHR Systems at technical and syntactic levels.
Ceron Bravo, J.D. (2014). A vital signs telemonitoring system - interoperability supported by a personal health record systema and a cloud service. Studies in health technology and informatics, 200, 124-30.
Ceron Bravo, Jesus David. "A vital signs telemonitoring system - interoperability supported by a personal health record systema and a cloud service." Studies in health technology and informatics 200 (2014): 124-30.