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Wireless mobile communication and healthcare : second international ICST Conference, MobiHealth 2011, Kos Island, Greece, October 5-7, 2011 : revised selected papers, Konstantina S. Nikita ... [et al.] (eds.), (electronic resource)

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Wireless mobile communication and healthcare : second international ICST Conference, MobiHealth 2011, Kos Island, Greece, October 5-7, 2011 : revised selected papers
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Wireless mobile communication and healthcare
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second international ICST Conference, MobiHealth 2011, Kos Island, Greece, October 5-7, 2011 : revised selected papers
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International ICST Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare, MobiHealth 2011, held on Kos Island, Greece, in October 2011. The 60 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 80 submissions. The papers are organized in 10 sessions and two workshops with topics covering intrabody communications, chronic disease monitoring and management, ambient assistive technologies, implantable and wearable sensors, emergency and disaster applications
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  • Wireless communication systems in medical care
  • Cloud computing
  • Signal processing
  • Cloud computing
  • Signal processing
  • Wireless communication systems in medical care
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  • Beatriz Martín de Juan, Miguel Ángel Valero Duboy, Diana Soler, José Manuel Azorín and Rafael Conde
  • Part 2. Session We.2: ICT Technologies and Tools for Chronic Disease Management
  • (Special Session).
  • Activity Recognition Using Smartphones and Wearable Wireless Body Sensor Networks
  • Ioannis Kouris and Dimitris Koutsouris
  • Decision Support for the Remote Management of Chronic Patients
  • Sara Colantonio, Giuseppe De Pietro, Massimo Esposito, Alberto Machì and Massimo Martinelli, et al.
  • Risk Assessment Models for Diabetes Complications: A Survey of Available Online Tools
  • Lefteris Koumakis, Franco Chiarugi, Vincenzo Lagani, Angelina Kouroubali and Ioannis Tsamardinos
  • Clinical Effectiveness of the "Healthwear" Wearable System in the Reduction of COPD Patients' Hospitalization
  • Part 1. Session We.1: Intrabody Communications and Transmission of Patient Data.
  • Alexis Milsis, Theodoros Katsaras, Nicolaos Saoulis, Evita Varoutaki and Aggelos Vontetsianos
  • A Distributed-Parameter Approach to Model Galvanic and Capacitive Coupling for Intra-body Communications
  • M. Amparo Callejón, Javier Reina-Tosina, Laura M. Roa and David Naranjo
  • An Ultra-Low Power MAC Protocol for In-body Medical Implant Networks
  • Ashutosh Ghildiyal, Balwant Godara and Amara Amara
  • On the Effectiveness of Relaxation Theory for Controlling High Traffic Volumes in Body Sensor Networks
  • Naimah Yaakob, Ibrahim Khalil and Jiankun Hu
  • Design and Validation of a Secure Communication Platform for Mobile Health
  • Meandered versus Spiral Novel Miniature PIFAs Implanted in the Human Head: Tuning and Performance
  • Asimina Kiourti and Konstantina S. Nikita
  • A Radio Channel Model for In-body Wireless Communications
  • Kamya Yekeh Yazdandoost
  • Parametric Study and Design of Implantable PIFAs for Wireless Biotelemetry
  • Asimina Kiourti, Michalis Tsakalakis and Konstantina S. Nikita
  • In Vitro and In Vivo Operation of a Wireless Body Sensor Node
  • Francesco Merli, Léandre Bolomey, François Gorostidi, Yann Barrandon and Eric Meurville, et al.
  • Recent Results in Computer Security for Medical Devices
  • Shane S. Clark and Kevin Fu
  • Towards an Accessible Personal Health Record
  • Part 4. Session We.4: Mobile Devices for Patient Monitoring.
  • Wearable System for EKG Monitoring - Evaluation of Night-Time Performance
  • Antti Vehkaoja, Jarmo Verho, Alper Cömert, Markku Honkala and Jukka Lekkala
  • Ioannis Basdekis, Vangelis Sakkalis and Constantine Stephanidis
  • Developing Advanced Technology Services for Diabetes Management: User Preferences in Europe
  • Angelina Kouroubali and Franco Chiarugi
  • Part 3. Session We.3: Advances in Wireless Implantable Devices
  • (Special Session).
  • Wireless Microrobotic Oxygen Sensing for Retinal Hypoxia Monitoring
  • Olgaç Ergeneman, George Chatzipirpiridis, Salvador Pané, Georgios A. Sotiriou and Christos Bergeles, et al.
  • Part 5. Session Th.1: Healthcare Telemetry and Telemedicine.
  • Development of an mHealth Open Source Platform for Diabetic Foot Ulcers Tele-consultations
  • George E. Dafoulas, Stylianos Koutsias, Joachim Behar, Juan Osorio and Brian Malley, et al.
  • Towards Continuous Wheeze Detection Body Sensor Node as a Core of Asthma Monitoring System
  • Dinko Oletic, Bruno Arsenali and Vedran Bilas
  • Reduced Power Consumption for 3GPP-Compliant Continua Health Devices by Deployment of Femtocells in the Home Environment
  • Edward Mutafungwa, Zhong Zheng and Jyri Hämäläinen
  • A New Platform for Delivery Interoperable Telemedicine Services
  • Foteini Andriopoulou and Dimitrios Lymberopoulos
  • Social Media in Healthcare - User Research Findings and Site Benchmarking
  • A Smartphone-Based Healthcare Monitoring System-PHY Challenges and Behavioral Aspects
  • Timo O. Korhonen, Maija Pekkola and Christos Karaiskos
  • Nabil Alrajeh, Ezio Biglieri, Bouchaïb Bounabat and Angel Lozano
  • Phone Based Fall Risk Prediction
  • Vânia Guimarães, Pedro M. Teixeira, Miguel P. Monteiro and Dirk Elias
  • Infusing Image Processing Capabilities into an RFID-Based Personal Mobile Medical Assistant
  • Konstantinos Sidiropoulos, Pantelis Georgiadis, Nikolaos Pagonis, Nikolaos Dimitropoulos and Pantelis Asvestas, et al.
  • Securing Medical Sensor Network with HIP
  • Dmitriy Kuptsov, Boris Nechaev and Andrei Gurtov
  • Ontology-Driven Monitoring of Patient's Vital Signs Enabling Personalized Medical Detection and Alert
  • Anna Hristoskova, Vangelis Sakkalis, Giorgos Zacharioudakis, Manolis Tsiknakis and Filip De Turck
  • A Mobile Reasoning System for Supporting the Monitoring of Chronic Diseases
  • Aniello Minutolo, Massimo Esposito and Giuseppe De Pietro
  • Using SOA for a Combined Telecare and Telehealth Platform for Monitoring of Elderly People
  • Georgios Lamprinakos, Stefan Asanin, Peter Rosengren, Dimitra I. Kaklamani and Iakovos S. Venieris
  • Part 7. Session Th.3: Patient Monitoring and Management.
  • Adaptive Assistance: Smart Home Nursing
  • Nikola Serbedzija
  • Ubiquitous Healthcare Profile Management Applying Smart Card Technology
  • Part 6. Session Th.2: ICT Platforms and Technologies for the Daily Management of Chronic Diseases and the Support of the Ageing Population
  • Maria-Anna Fengou, Georgios Mantas, Dimitrios Lymberopoulos and Nikos Komninos
  • (Special Session).
  • Diabetes Management: Devices, ICT Technologies and Future Perspectives
  • Emmanouil G. Spanakis and Franco Chiarugi
  • Exploring New Care Models in Diabetes Management and Therapy with a Wireless Mobile eHealth Platform
  • Jesper Thestrup, Tamas Gergely and Peter Beck
  • A Mobile Android-Based Application for In-hospital Glucose Management in Compliance with the Medical Device Directive for Software
  • Stephan Spat, Bernhard Höll, Peter Beck, Franco Chiarurgi and Vasilis Kontogiannis, et al.
  • Nikos Tsourakis and Paula Estrella
  • An Interdisciplinary Approach to Emergency Responder Mobile Technology Design
  • Patricia Collins and Sean Lanthier
  • TOPS - System for Planning and Providing the Health and Social Services at the Home Environment of Clients
  • Tomáš Váňa, David Žák and Jiří Lebduška
  • A Data Synchronization Framework for Personal Health Systems
  • Davide Capozzi and Giordano Lanzola
  • Identifying Chronic Disease Complications Utilizing State of the Art Data Fusion Methodologies and Signal Processing Algorithms
  • John Gialelis, Petros Chondros, Dimitrios Karadimas, Sofia Dima and Dimitrios Serpanos
  • A Support Vector Machine Approach for Categorization of Patients Suffering from Chronic Diseases
  • Christos Bellos, Athanasios Papadopoulos, Roberto Rosso and Dimitrios I. Fotiadis
  • Combined Health Monitoring and Emergency Management through Android Based Mobile Device for Elderly People
  • Miklos Kozlovszky, János Sicz-Mesziár, János Ferenczi, Judit Márton and Gergely Windisch, et al.
  • Part 8. Session Th.4: Mobile and Wireless Technologies for Healthcare Delivery and Emergency.
  • An ISO-Based Quality Model for Evaluating Mobile Medical Speech Translators
  • Dong Ik Shin, Ji Hoon Song, Se Kyeong Joo and Soo Jin Huh
  • Low-Cost Blood Pressure Monitor Device for Developing Countries
  • Carlos Arteta, João S. Domingos, Marco A. F. Pimentel, Mauro D. Santos and Corentin Chiffot, et al.
  • Telemedical System for Diagnosis and Therapy of Stress Related Disorders
  • Stefan Hey
  • An Integrated Approach towards Functional Brain Imaging Using Simultaneous Focused Microwave Radiometry, Near-Infrared Spectroscopy and Electroencephalography Measurements
  • Panagiotis Farantatos, Irene Karanasiou and Nikolaos Uzunoglu
  • Part 10. Session Fr.2: Ambient Assistive Technologies for Pervasive Healthcare Services
  • (Special Session)
  • A New Home-Based Training System for Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Service-Oriented Middleware Architecture for Mobile Personal Health Monitoring
  • Christian Menard and Raimund Antonitsch
  • Context-Aware System for Neurology Hospital Wards
  • Ingrid Flinsenberg, Roel Cuppen, Evert van Loenen, Elke Daemen and Roos Rajae-Joordens
  • Matts Ahlsén, Stefan Asanin, Peeter Kool, Peter Rosengren and Jesper Thestrup
  • Inactivity Monitoring for People with Alzheimer's Disease Using Smartphone Technology
  • Nicola Armstrong, Chris Nugent, George Moore, Dewar Finlay and William Burns
  • Part 9. Session Fr.1: Measurement and Monitoring Technologies.
  • Performance of a Near-Field Radio-Frequency Pressure Sensing Method in Compression Garment Application
  • Timo Juhani Salpavaara, Jarmo Verho and Pekka Kumpulainen
  • Hybrid Vital Sensor of Health Monitoring System for the Elderly
  • Part 11.
  • Workshop We.1: Electromagnetic Issues in Advanced Mobile Healthcare Applications
  • Body Absorbed Radiation and Design Issues for Wearable Antennas and Sensors
  • Stavros Koulouridis
  • Development of a FDTD Simulator for the Calculation of Temperature Rise in Human Heads from Mobile Phones Operation
  • Adamos G. Kyriakou, Elias Aitides and Michael T. Chryssomallis
  • Numerical Assessment of EEG Electrode Artifacts during EMF Exposure in Human Provocation Studies
  • Maria Christopoulou, Orestis Kazasidis and Konstantina S. Nikita
  • Part 12.
  • Workshop Fr.1: Mobile Systems and Technologies for Patient Safety, Guidance and Empowerment
  • Towards Utilizing Tcpcrypt in Mobile Healthcare Applications
  • On Location-Based Services for Patient Empowerment, Guidance and Safety
  • Andreas K. Triantafyllidis, Vassilis G. Koutkias, Ioannis Moulos and Nicos Maglaveras
  • Stefanos A. Nikolidakis, Vasileios Giotsas, Emmanouil Georgakakis, Dimitrios D. Vergados and Christos Douligeris
  • An Access Control Framework for Pervasive Mobile Healthcare Systems Utilizing Cloud Services
  • Mikaela Poulymenopoulou, Flora Malamateniou and George Vassilacopoulos
  • Distributed Management of Pervasive Healthcare Data through Cloud Computing
  • Charalampos Doukas, Thomas Pliakas, Panayiotis Tsanakas and Ilias Maglogiannis
  • Efficient Exploitation of Parallel Computing on the Server-Side of Health Organizations' Intranet for Distributing Medical Images to Smart Devices
  • Athanasios Kakarountas and Ilias Mavridis
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Contents
  • Beatriz Martín de Juan, Miguel Ángel Valero Duboy, Diana Soler, José Manuel Azorín and Rafael Conde
  • Part 2. Session We.2: ICT Technologies and Tools for Chronic Disease Management
  • (Special Session).
  • Activity Recognition Using Smartphones and Wearable Wireless Body Sensor Networks
  • Ioannis Kouris and Dimitris Koutsouris
  • Decision Support for the Remote Management of Chronic Patients
  • Sara Colantonio, Giuseppe De Pietro, Massimo Esposito, Alberto Machì and Massimo Martinelli, et al.
  • Risk Assessment Models for Diabetes Complications: A Survey of Available Online Tools
  • Lefteris Koumakis, Franco Chiarugi, Vincenzo Lagani, Angelina Kouroubali and Ioannis Tsamardinos
  • Clinical Effectiveness of the "Healthwear" Wearable System in the Reduction of COPD Patients' Hospitalization
  • Part 1. Session We.1: Intrabody Communications and Transmission of Patient Data.
  • Alexis Milsis, Theodoros Katsaras, Nicolaos Saoulis, Evita Varoutaki and Aggelos Vontetsianos
  • A Distributed-Parameter Approach to Model Galvanic and Capacitive Coupling for Intra-body Communications
  • M. Amparo Callejón, Javier Reina-Tosina, Laura M. Roa and David Naranjo
  • An Ultra-Low Power MAC Protocol for In-body Medical Implant Networks
  • Ashutosh Ghildiyal, Balwant Godara and Amara Amara
  • On the Effectiveness of Relaxation Theory for Controlling High Traffic Volumes in Body Sensor Networks
  • Naimah Yaakob, Ibrahim Khalil and Jiankun Hu
  • Design and Validation of a Secure Communication Platform for Mobile Health
  • Meandered versus Spiral Novel Miniature PIFAs Implanted in the Human Head: Tuning and Performance
  • Asimina Kiourti and Konstantina S. Nikita
  • A Radio Channel Model for In-body Wireless Communications
  • Kamya Yekeh Yazdandoost
  • Parametric Study and Design of Implantable PIFAs for Wireless Biotelemetry
  • Asimina Kiourti, Michalis Tsakalakis and Konstantina S. Nikita
  • In Vitro and In Vivo Operation of a Wireless Body Sensor Node
  • Francesco Merli, Léandre Bolomey, François Gorostidi, Yann Barrandon and Eric Meurville, et al.
  • Recent Results in Computer Security for Medical Devices
  • Shane S. Clark and Kevin Fu
  • Towards an Accessible Personal Health Record
  • Part 4. Session We.4: Mobile Devices for Patient Monitoring.
  • Wearable System for EKG Monitoring - Evaluation of Night-Time Performance
  • Antti Vehkaoja, Jarmo Verho, Alper Cömert, Markku Honkala and Jukka Lekkala
  • Ioannis Basdekis, Vangelis Sakkalis and Constantine Stephanidis
  • Developing Advanced Technology Services for Diabetes Management: User Preferences in Europe
  • Angelina Kouroubali and Franco Chiarugi
  • Part 3. Session We.3: Advances in Wireless Implantable Devices
  • (Special Session).
  • Wireless Microrobotic Oxygen Sensing for Retinal Hypoxia Monitoring
  • Olgaç Ergeneman, George Chatzipirpiridis, Salvador Pané, Georgios A. Sotiriou and Christos Bergeles, et al.
  • Part 5. Session Th.1: Healthcare Telemetry and Telemedicine.
  • Development of an mHealth Open Source Platform for Diabetic Foot Ulcers Tele-consultations
  • George E. Dafoulas, Stylianos Koutsias, Joachim Behar, Juan Osorio and Brian Malley, et al.
  • Towards Continuous Wheeze Detection Body Sensor Node as a Core of Asthma Monitoring System
  • Dinko Oletic, Bruno Arsenali and Vedran Bilas
  • Reduced Power Consumption for 3GPP-Compliant Continua Health Devices by Deployment of Femtocells in the Home Environment
  • Edward Mutafungwa, Zhong Zheng and Jyri Hämäläinen
  • A New Platform for Delivery Interoperable Telemedicine Services
  • Foteini Andriopoulou and Dimitrios Lymberopoulos
  • Social Media in Healthcare - User Research Findings and Site Benchmarking
  • A Smartphone-Based Healthcare Monitoring System-PHY Challenges and Behavioral Aspects
  • Timo O. Korhonen, Maija Pekkola and Christos Karaiskos
  • Nabil Alrajeh, Ezio Biglieri, Bouchaïb Bounabat and Angel Lozano
  • Phone Based Fall Risk Prediction
  • Vânia Guimarães, Pedro M. Teixeira, Miguel P. Monteiro and Dirk Elias
  • Infusing Image Processing Capabilities into an RFID-Based Personal Mobile Medical Assistant
  • Konstantinos Sidiropoulos, Pantelis Georgiadis, Nikolaos Pagonis, Nikolaos Dimitropoulos and Pantelis Asvestas, et al.
  • Securing Medical Sensor Network with HIP
  • Dmitriy Kuptsov, Boris Nechaev and Andrei Gurtov
  • Ontology-Driven Monitoring of Patient's Vital Signs Enabling Personalized Medical Detection and Alert
  • Anna Hristoskova, Vangelis Sakkalis, Giorgos Zacharioudakis, Manolis Tsiknakis and Filip De Turck
  • A Mobile Reasoning System for Supporting the Monitoring of Chronic Diseases
  • Aniello Minutolo, Massimo Esposito and Giuseppe De Pietro
  • Using SOA for a Combined Telecare and Telehealth Platform for Monitoring of Elderly People
  • Georgios Lamprinakos, Stefan Asanin, Peter Rosengren, Dimitra I. Kaklamani and Iakovos S. Venieris
  • Part 7. Session Th.3: Patient Monitoring and Management.
  • Adaptive Assistance: Smart Home Nursing
  • Nikola Serbedzija
  • Ubiquitous Healthcare Profile Management Applying Smart Card Technology
  • Part 6. Session Th.2: ICT Platforms and Technologies for the Daily Management of Chronic Diseases and the Support of the Ageing Population
  • Maria-Anna Fengou, Georgios Mantas, Dimitrios Lymberopoulos and Nikos Komninos
  • (Special Session).
  • Diabetes Management: Devices, ICT Technologies and Future Perspectives
  • Emmanouil G. Spanakis and Franco Chiarugi
  • Exploring New Care Models in Diabetes Management and Therapy with a Wireless Mobile eHealth Platform
  • Jesper Thestrup, Tamas Gergely and Peter Beck
  • A Mobile Android-Based Application for In-hospital Glucose Management in Compliance with the Medical Device Directive for Software
  • Stephan Spat, Bernhard Höll, Peter Beck, Franco Chiarurgi and Vasilis Kontogiannis, et al.
  • Nikos Tsourakis and Paula Estrella
  • An Interdisciplinary Approach to Emergency Responder Mobile Technology Design
  • Patricia Collins and Sean Lanthier
  • TOPS - System for Planning and Providing the Health and Social Services at the Home Environment of Clients
  • Tomáš Váňa, David Žák and Jiří Lebduška
  • A Data Synchronization Framework for Personal Health Systems
  • Davide Capozzi and Giordano Lanzola
  • Identifying Chronic Disease Complications Utilizing State of the Art Data Fusion Methodologies and Signal Processing Algorithms
  • John Gialelis, Petros Chondros, Dimitrios Karadimas, Sofia Dima and Dimitrios Serpanos
  • A Support Vector Machine Approach for Categorization of Patients Suffering from Chronic Diseases
  • Christos Bellos, Athanasios Papadopoulos, Roberto Rosso and Dimitrios I. Fotiadis
  • Combined Health Monitoring and Emergency Management through Android Based Mobile Device for Elderly People
  • Miklos Kozlovszky, János Sicz-Mesziár, János Ferenczi, Judit Márton and Gergely Windisch, et al.
  • Part 8. Session Th.4: Mobile and Wireless Technologies for Healthcare Delivery and Emergency.
  • An ISO-Based Quality Model for Evaluating Mobile Medical Speech Translators
  • Dong Ik Shin, Ji Hoon Song, Se Kyeong Joo and Soo Jin Huh
  • Low-Cost Blood Pressure Monitor Device for Developing Countries
  • Carlos Arteta, João S. Domingos, Marco A. F. Pimentel, Mauro D. Santos and Corentin Chiffot, et al.
  • Telemedical System for Diagnosis and Therapy of Stress Related Disorders
  • Stefan Hey
  • An Integrated Approach towards Functional Brain Imaging Using Simultaneous Focused Microwave Radiometry, Near-Infrared Spectroscopy and Electroencephalography Measurements
  • Panagiotis Farantatos, Irene Karanasiou and Nikolaos Uzunoglu
  • Part 10. Session Fr.2: Ambient Assistive Technologies for Pervasive Healthcare Services
  • (Special Session)
  • A New Home-Based Training System for Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Service-Oriented Middleware Architecture for Mobile Personal Health Monitoring
  • Christian Menard and Raimund Antonitsch
  • Context-Aware System for Neurology Hospital Wards
  • Ingrid Flinsenberg, Roel Cuppen, Evert van Loenen, Elke Daemen and Roos Rajae-Joordens
  • Matts Ahlsén, Stefan Asanin, Peeter Kool, Peter Rosengren and Jesper Thestrup
  • Inactivity Monitoring for People with Alzheimer's Disease Using Smartphone Technology
  • Nicola Armstrong, Chris Nugent, George Moore, Dewar Finlay and William Burns
  • Part 9. Session Fr.1: Measurement and Monitoring Technologies.
  • Performance of a Near-Field Radio-Frequency Pressure Sensing Method in Compression Garment Application
  • Timo Juhani Salpavaara, Jarmo Verho and Pekka Kumpulainen
  • Hybrid Vital Sensor of Health Monitoring System for the Elderly
  • Part 11.
  • Workshop We.1: Electromagnetic Issues in Advanced Mobile Healthcare Applications
  • Body Absorbed Radiation and Design Issues for Wearable Antennas and Sensors
  • Stavros Koulouridis
  • Development of a FDTD Simulator for the Calculation of Temperature Rise in Human Heads from Mobile Phones Operation
  • Adamos G. Kyriakou, Elias Aitides and Michael T. Chryssomallis
  • Numerical Assessment of EEG Electrode Artifacts during EMF Exposure in Human Provocation Studies
  • Maria Christopoulou, Orestis Kazasidis and Konstantina S. Nikita
  • Part 12.
  • Workshop Fr.1: Mobile Systems and Technologies for Patient Safety, Guidance and Empowerment
  • Towards Utilizing Tcpcrypt in Mobile Healthcare Applications
  • On Location-Based Services for Patient Empowerment, Guidance and Safety
  • Andreas K. Triantafyllidis, Vassilis G. Koutkias, Ioannis Moulos and Nicos Maglaveras
  • Stefanos A. Nikolidakis, Vasileios Giotsas, Emmanouil Georgakakis, Dimitrios D. Vergados and Christos Douligeris
  • An Access Control Framework for Pervasive Mobile Healthcare Systems Utilizing Cloud Services
  • Mikaela Poulymenopoulou, Flora Malamateniou and George Vassilacopoulos
  • Distributed Management of Pervasive Healthcare Data through Cloud Computing
  • Charalampos Doukas, Thomas Pliakas, Panayiotis Tsanakas and Ilias Maglogiannis
  • Efficient Exploitation of Parallel Computing on the Server-Side of Health Organizations' Intranet for Distributing Medical Images to Smart Devices
  • Athanasios Kakarountas and Ilias Mavridis
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvii, 425 p.)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9783642297342
Level of compression
uncompressed
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-642-29734-2
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)795710428
  • (OCoLC)ocn795710428

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