Internet of Things (IoT) has become a valuable tool for connection and information exchange between devices. This book provides a brief introduction to this new field, focuses on wearable medical devices, and covers the basic concepts by providing the reader with enough information to solve various practical problems.
This book provides the latest applications, experiments, fundamentals concepts, and cutting-edge topics for the ehealth and wearable devices field. The book also offers topics related to Security in IoT and Wearable Devices, Wearable Devices and Internet of Medical Devices (IoMT), IoT for Medical Applications, and Tools and study cases.
The book brings new and valuable information to PhD researchers, students, professors, and professionals working in IoT and related fields.
Chapter 1 Fundamentals and Paradigms in the Internet of Things
Claudia Lorena Garzón-Castro and Ramiro Velázquez
Chapter 2 Internet of Medical Things: Current and Future Trends
Lucia Alonso Virgos, Miguel A. Sanchez Vidales, Fernando López Hernández, and J. Javier Rainer Granados
Chapter 3 An Overview on Wearable Devices for Medical Applications
Meet Kumari and Meenu Gupta
Chapter 4 Blockchain-Based IoT for Personalized Pharmaceuticals
Rehab A. Rayan and Christos Tsagkaris
Chapter 5 Wearable/Implantable Devices for Monitoring Systems
Pawan Kumar and Shabana Urooj
Chapter 6 Wearable Sensors for Monitoring Exercise and Fatigue Estimation in Rehabilitation
Maria J. Pinto-Bernal, Andres Aguirre, Carlos A. Cifuentes, and Marcela Munera
Chapter 7 Conversational Agents for Healthcare Delivery: Potential Solutions to the Challenges of the Pandemic
Margarita Bautista, Carlos A. Cifuentes, and Marcela Munera
Chapter 8 Role of Big Data in e-Healthcare Application for Managing a Large Amount of Data
Meenu Gupta, Dr. Rachna Jain, Rachit Singhal, and Jaspreet Singh