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Advantages of E-Health System Management

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Gaurav Bordoloi

Dept. of ECE,
NIT Arunachal Pradesh
Email: gauvhs@gmail.com

Sahadev Roy

Dept. of ECE,
NIT Arunachal Pradesh
Email: sdr.ece@nitap.in

Abstract

The main objectives of E-health system are, those people, suffering from specific diseases which may create critical health situation, need continuous monitoring of health. This healthcare system provides real-time monitoring system. An autonomous embedded system is a solution for continuous monitoring of person’s health. A patient can be monitored from anywhere and data can be transmitted to the care center where experts can keep track of it. Specialized computing devices are used for processing, transportation, archiving and visualization of acquired data. Here we introduce mobile ambulance, E-card, smart ICU and online doctor association. In this paper, we discuss the various advantages of E-health system.

Keywords

E-Health;
E-Cards;
Embedded System;
Mobile Ambulance;
Online Doctors Association;
Smart ICU.

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Gaurav Bordoloi and Sahadev Roy, “Advantages of E-Health System Management,” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, Vol. 2, No. 9, pp. 223-226,  2017. DOI: https://doi.org/10.24999/IJOAEM/02090050

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