21 July 2004 In vivo wireless biodiagnosis system for long-term bioactivity monitoring network
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Attempts to develop a Wireless Health Advanced Mobile Bio-diagnostic System (abbreviated as WHAM-BioS) have arisen from the need to monitor the health status of patients under long-term care programs. The proposed WHAM-BioS as presented here was developed by integrating various technologies: nano/MEMS technology, biotechnology, network/communication technology, and information technology. The biochips proposed not only detect certain diseases but will also report any abnormal status readings on the patient to the medical personnel immediately through the network system. Since long-term home care is typically involved, the parameters monitored must be analyzed and traced continuously over a long period of time. To minimize the intrusion to the patients, a wireless sensor embedded within a wireless network is highly recommended. To facilitate the widest possible use of various biochips, a smart sensor node concept was implemented. More specifically, various technologies and components such as built-in micro power generators, energy storage devices, initialization processes, no-waste bio-detection methodologies, embedded controllers, wireless warning signal transmissions, and power/data management were merged and integrated to create this novel technology. The design methodologies and the implementation schemes are detailed. Potential expansions of this newly developed technology to other applications regimes will be presented as well.
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Chun-Kuang Chen, Wen-Jong Wu, Shih-An Yu, Jhen-Gang Huang, Yun-Han Lin, Yih-Fan Chen, Ming-Hui Jin, Chih-Min Wen, Cheng-Yan Kao, Shi-Ming Lin, Shey-Shi Lu, Chii-Wann Lin, Jia-Yush Yen, Fu-Shan Jaw, Chi-An Chen, Fang-Jen Liao, Nan-Fu Chiu, Chia-Nan Chien, Chih-Kung Lee, "In vivo wireless biodiagnosis system for long-term bioactivity monitoring network", Proc. SPIE 5394, Health Monitoring and Smart Nondestructive Evaluation of Structural and Biological Systems III, (21 July 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.539695; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.539695
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