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- Ahmed Benyahia, Amine1
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Investigating telemonitoring practice: a proposed work-applied methodology
Purpose - Diabetes is regarded as a global epidemic with 382 million people globally suffering from diabetes. It also has major implications on patients’ quality of life. There are also high cost of treatment associated with diabetes for both patient and healthcare provider. Telemonitoring represent...
Evaluation of online telemonitoring of drug adherence: a pilot randomized, controlled study in patients with epilepsy.
HOW WILL TECHNOLOGY CHANGE ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING OF CHRONIC PAIN? THE CASE OF DOLORTIC, THE PATIENT APP AND THE PROFESSIONAL'S PLATFORM
Background and aims: Technologies are changing the world we know, including the measurement and diagnose in pain settings (Jiang et al., 2017). The new data collection methods, such as sensors or ecological momentary assessment, offer a new opportunity to better understand the complexity of pain by...
Toward a methodology for the construction of a telemonitoring system : application to a platform dedicated to home monitoring of people with heart failure
The thesis, conducted as part of the E-care project, proposes a methodological process to facilitate the analysis and design of medical remote monitoring systems for early detection of signs of any complications. The proposed methodology is based on a multi-agent system using several types of ontolo...
Which universities telewatch? Participatory mapping
Update: 12 May 2020 Academia has already carried out a participatory mapping of the study conditions during the lockdown, the arrangements for monitoring knowledge modified as a result of the lockdown. We would like to identify the specific uses of telemonitoring, the use of which seemed to us to be...
Patients projected and patients in practice in a remote monitoring system: The reconstituted ‘patient work’
After setting benchmarks on the patient figures promoted in programmatic documents produced by major e-health bodies, we characterise, on the basis of the case study of a remote tracking device, the prescriptions made or organised for patients, and what patients do to carry out their work (in the se...
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IoT Telemonitoring System for COVID-19 Quarantine
The global COVID-19 outbreak has been spreading to 235 countries around the world. The quarantine can prevent the spread of disease. In this research, we developed and proposed an IoT telemonitoring system for quarantine employing IoT and mobile technologies. The system allows medical staff to monit...
Use of telemonitoring technologies in primary health care strategy in the Covid-19 pandemic: an experience report
Este estudo teve por objetivo relatar a experiência na implantação do telemonitoramento na Atenção Primária à Saúde (APS) na pandemia do Covid-19 e como as tecnologias leve, leve-dura e dura tiveram papel fundamental na garantia da atenção integral e longitudinal dos usuários do Sistema Único de Saú...
TEC4HOME STROKE: A PILOT STUDY Assessing Feasibility OF HOME Telemonitoring TECHNOLOGY IN MANAGING Hypertension AFTER Stroke/TIA
BACKGROUND Blood pressure (BP) control is associated with reduced risk of first-ever and recurrent stroke. However, strategies to optimize BP management in the u201creal worldu201d or outside clinical trials are not known. METHODS We explored the feasibility of a home telemonitoring program in manag...
Collaborative multimedia sensors for a connected and smart city
Due to their high application potential in various innovative fields (telemonitoring, telemedicine, etc.), Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks (WMSN) arouse the interest of numerous research projects. In addition to inherent constraints of scalar sensor networks in terms of energy limitation, deploy...
Masi: A mechanical ventilator based on a manual resuscitator with telemedicinecapabilities for patients with ARDS during the COVID-19 crisis
The COVID-19 pandemic has produced critical shortages of ventilators worldwide,translating into an unmet need for rapidly deployable mechanical ventilators with sufficientfunctionality to manage COVID-19 patients with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome(ARDS). In this article, we present the...
Collaborative sharing of quality of service-information for mobile service users
Mobile applications emerge, driven by the ubiquitous availability of mobile devices and wireless communication infrastructures. They aspire providing mobile services to users anywhere-anytime, while relying their delivery on the best-effort Quality of Service (QoS) of the underlying wireless network...
Complémentarité des systèmes de production et de régulation : une mise en évidence par la télémédecine
Telemedicine is the use of telecommunication and information technology to provide a clinical healthcare from a distance. This paper develops a framework in order to discuss about the effects on régulation of this emerging sort of healthcare. The first part characterizes the healthcare system. To th...
The Healthcare Organization in COVID-19 Age: An Evaluation Framework for the Performance of a Telemonitoring Model
Telemedicine services (TS) are not only supportive for healthcare professionals, but managers also see them as essential for the provision of an efficient, effective, and sustainable healthcare service. Several systems make TS available in different ways and contexts. However, no commonly accepted f...
Why the expectations of remote surveillance are often disappointed: Ethnographic study of a palliative care nurse telemonitoring device
Remote surveillance is increasingly used in patient monitoring, as it is expected to bring substantial improvements in measurement records, data collection, therapeutic efficiency and communication options available to patients. However, studies in STS (Science and Technology Studies) have shown tha...
New tools and optimization of existing tools for pulmonary rehabilitation and revalidation of patients with ventilatory impairment
Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is recommended in the management of subjects with ventilatory impairment to improve their quality of life. Although a large body of evidence support its use, only few subjects benefit from it and the optimal training modality has not been determined yet. In this context...
ADVANCES IN OBSTETRIC TELEMONITORING_A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Systematic review database of obstetric telemonitoring using CASP and PRISMA protocol