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16 March 2006 Development of a mobile emergency patient information and imaging communication system based on CDMA-1X EVDO
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The wireless mobile service with a high bit rate using CDMA-1X EVDO is now widely used in Korea. Mobile devices are also increasingly being used as the conventional communication mechanism. We have developed a web-based mobile system that communicates patient information and images, using CDMA-1X EVDO for emergency diagnosis. It is composed of a Mobile web application system using the Microsoft Windows 2003 server and an internet information service. Also, a mobile web PACS used for a database managing patient information and images was developed by using Microsoft access 2003. A wireless mobile emergency patient information and imaging communication system is developed by using Microsoft Visual Studio.NET, and JPEG 2000 ActiveX control for PDA phone was developed by using the Microsoft Embedded Visual C++. Also, the CDMA-1X EVDO is used for connections between mobile web servers and the PDA phone. This system allows fast access to the patient information database, storing both medical images and patient information anytime and anywhere. Especially, images were compressed into a JPEG2000 format and transmitted from a mobile web PACS inside the hospital to the radiologist using a PDA phone located outside the hospital. Also, this system shows radiological images as well as physiological signal data, including blood pressure, vital signs and so on, in the web browser of the PDA phone so radiologists can diagnose more effectively. Also, we acquired good results using an RW-6100 PDA phone used in the university hospital system of the Sinchon Severance Hospital in Korea.
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Keon Ho Yang, Haijo Jung, Won-Suk Kang, Bong Mun Jang, Joong Il Kim, Dong Hoon Han, Sun-Kook Yoo, Hyung-Sik Yoo, and Hee-Joung Kim "Development of a mobile emergency patient information and imaging communication system based on CDMA-1X EVDO", Proc. SPIE 6145, Medical Imaging 2006: PACS and Imaging Informatics, 614517 (16 March 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.652030
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