Wireless Medical Systems and Algorithms: Design and Applications provides a state-of-the-art overview of the key steps in the development of wireless medical systems, from biochips to brain–computer interfaces and beyond. The book also examines some of the most advanced algorithms and data processing in the field.
Addressing the latest challenges and solutions related to the medical needs, electronic design, advanced materials chemistry, wireless body sensor networks, and technologies suitable for wireless medical devices, the text:
Wireless Medical Systems and Algorithms: Design and Applications not only highlights new technologies for the continuous surveillance of patient health conditions, but also shows how disciplines such as chemistry, biology, engineering, and medicine are merging to produce a new class of smart devices capable of managing and monitoring a wide range of cognitive and physical disabilities.
TECHNOLOGIES AND MANUFACTURING
Advances on Technologies for Implantable Bioelectronics
Saul Rodriguez, Sha Tao, and Ana Rusu
Low-Temperature Microassembly Methods and Integration Technique for Biomedical Applications
Lab on a Cellphone
Ahmet F. Coskun, Hongying Zhu, Onur Mudanyali, and Aydogan Ozcan
A Wireless Intraoral Tongue–Computer Interface
Hangue Park and Maysam Ghovanloo
Energy-Efficient Hierarchical Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Wake-Up Receiver Usage
Heikki Karvonen and Juha Petäjäjärvi
ALGORITHMS AND DATA PROCESSING
Framework for Biomedical Algorithm Design
Su-Shin Ang and Miguel Hernandez-Silveira
Cooperative Data Fusion for Advanced Monitoring and Assessment in Healthcare Infrastructures
Vasileios Tsoutsouras, Sotirios Xydis, and Dimitrios Soudris
Energy-Efficient High Data Rate Transmitter for Biomedical Applications
Chun-Huat Heng and Yuan Gao
Toward BCIs Out of the Lab: The Impact of Motion Artifacts on Brain–Computer Interface Performance
Ana Matran-Fernandez, Davide Valeriani, and Riccardo Poli
An Advanced Insulin Bolus Calculator for Type 1 Diabetes
Peter Pesl, Pau Herrero, Monika Reddy, Maria Xenou, Nick Oliver, and Pantelis Georgiou
Pietro Salvo received his M.Sc. in electronics engineering and his Ph.D. in automation, robotics, and bioengineering from the University of Pisa, Italy. He has been a graduate student in the Electronics Research Laboratory, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; a research associate at the Institute for the Conservation and Promotion of Cultural Heritage, National Council of Research, Florence, Italy; and a post-doctoral researcher at the Centre for Microsystems Technology (CMST), Ghent University, Belgium. Presently, he is a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry, University of Pisa, Italy.
Miguel Hernandez-Silveira received his B.Eng. (honours) in computer/electronic engineering from the Universidad Fermín Toro, Barquisimeto, Venezuela and his Ph.D. in biomedical engineering – functional electrical stimulation from the University of Surrey, Guildford, UK. He served as researcher/lecturer and director of the Bioengineering Research Group at the Universidad Nacional Experimental del Táchira, San Cristóbal, Venezuela before joining Sensium Healthcare, Abingdon, UK (a division of the Toumaz Group), where he is currently the Head of Biomedical Technology. Widely published, Dr. Hernandez-Silveira holds four patents in the UK, and he is also a visiting researcher in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College London, UK.
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