5G Impact on Biomedical Engineering
Wireless Technologies Applications
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Considering the importance of wireless networks in healthcare, this book is dedicated to studying the innovations and advancements of wireless networks for biomedical application and their impact. This book focuses on a wide range of wireless technologies related to healthcare and biomedical applications which include, among others, body sensor networks, mobile networks, internet of things, mobile cloud computing, pervasive computing and wearable computing. First the authors explain how biomedical applications using wireless technologies are built across networks. The authors also detail 5G spectrum splicing for medical applicatons. They then discuss how wearable computing can be used as activity recognition tools for biomedical applications through remote health monitoring and and remote health risk assessment. Finally the authors provide detailed discussions on security and privacy in wirelessly transmitted medical senor data. This book targets research-oriented and professional readers. It would fit as a recommended supplemental reading for graduate students. It also helps researchers enter the field of wireless biomedical applications.
Table of Contents
Part 1. Introduction
1. Healthcare 4.0: Technologies and Policies
Sabine Khalil, Jacques Bou Abdo
2. Management of collaborative BSN in smart environments
Khalil Challita, Nadine Bou Dargham, Abdallah Makhoul, Christophe Guyeux
Part 2. Communication Technologies
3. Smart Resource Allocation for LoRaWAN-based E-Health Applications in Dense Deployments
Kinda Khawam, Duc-Tuyen Ta, Samer Lahoud, Cedric Adjih, Steven Martin, Jacques Demerjian
4. Dynamic health assessment in water environments using LPWAN technologies
Hajer Khlaifi, Samir Dawaliby, Seifeddine Messaoud
5. Quality of Service Provisioning for Ambulance Tele-medicine in a Slice-based 5G Network
Nadia Mouawad, Rola Naja, Samir Tohme
6. Routing Protocol Algorithms for Single-Body and Multi-Body Sensor Networks
Nadine Bou Dargham, Khalil Challita, Rayane El Sibai, Jacques Demerjian
Part 3. Applications
7. Towards WBSNs based healthcare applications: From energy-efficient data collection to fusion
Carol Habib, Christian Salim, Nathalie Mitton
8. Data Quality Management for Pervasive Health Monitoring in Body Sensor Networks
Rayane El Sibai, Jacques Bou Abdo
9. Wireless Techniques and Applications of the Internet of Medical Things
Husam Abduldaem Mohammed, Aqiel N. Almamori, Mohammed S. Khesbak
10. Deep Learning for IoT-Healthcare based on Physiological Signals
Joseph Azar, Raphael Couturier
Jacques Bou Abdo is an Assistant Professor of Cyber Systems at University of Nebraska at Kearney. His main research interests include: Cybersecurity, Blockchain, Recommender Systems, Machine Learning and Network Economics.
Jacques Demerjian is a Full Professor of Computer Science and the Director of LaRRIS (Laboratoire de Recherche en Réseaux, Informatique et Sécurité) research laboratory at the Faculty of Sciences at the Lebanese University. His main research interests include: Body Sensor Network and E-Health Monitoring.
Abdallah Makhoul is a Full Professor of Computer Science at University of Bourgogne - Franche-Comté, France. He is the head the research team OMNI (Optimization, Mobility and NetworkIng). His main research interests include: Distributed Algorithms, Internet of Things, Programmable Matter, E-Health Monitoring and real-time issues in Wireless Sensor Networks.