1st Edition

Non-Invasive Health Systems based on Advanced Biomedical Signal and Image Processing

    474 Pages 71 Color & 210 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    474 Pages 71 Color & 210 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    This book contains up-to-date noninvasive monitoring and diagnosing systems closely developed by a set of scientists, engineers, and physicians. The chapters are the results of different biomedical projects and theoretical studies that were coupled by simulations and real-world data.

    Non-Invasive Health Systems based on Advanced Biomedical Signal and Image Processing provides a multifaceted view of various biomedical and clinical approaches to health monitoring systems. The authors introduce advanced signal- and image-processing techniques as well as other noninvasive monitoring and diagnostic systems such as inertial sensors in wearable devices and novel algorithm-based hybrid learning systems for biosignal processing. The book includes a discussion of designing electronic circuits and systems for biomedical applications and analyzes several issues related to real-world data and how they relate to health technology including ECG signal monitoring and processing in the operating room. The authors also include detailed discussions of different systems for monitoring various conditions and diseases including sleep apnea, skin cancer, deep vein thrombosis, and prosthesis controls.

    This book is intended for a wide range of readers including scientists, researchers, physicians, and electronics and biomedical engineers. It will cover the gap between theory and real life applications.

    1 Upper Limb Recovery Prediction Based on Multilevel Mixed Effect EMG Synergy and Biomarker Values
    Ghada Muneer Bani Musa, Fady Alnajjar, Shingo Shimoda,and Adel Al-Jumaily

    EMG Feature Extraction Based on Cardinality with Deep Learning Concepts
    Ahmed A. Al Taee, Rami N. Khushaba, Tanveer Zia, and Adel Al-Jumaily

    Surface Electromyography Sensors for Human Activity Recognition: Recent Advancements and Perspectives
    Paolo Crippa, Giorgio Biagetti, Laura Falaschetti, and Claudio Turchetti

    ECG Signal Monitoring and Processing in the Operating Room
    Kahina Bensafia, Ali Mansour, Abdel Ouahab Boudraa, Sallah Haddab, Wit Heartle, Philippe Aries, and Benoit Clement

    Photoplethysmography and Inertial Sensors in Wearable Devices for Healthcare: Multimodal Signal Processing for Increasing Accuracy
    Giorgio Biagetti, Paolo Crippa, Laura Falaschetti, and Claudio Turchetti

    Non-Invasive System for Measuring Parameters Relevant to Sleep Quality and Detecting Sleep Diseases: The Data Model
    Daniel Velez Gutierrez, Natividad Martinez Madrid, and Ralf Seepold

    Predicting Incidence of Stroke via Supervised Machine Learning Methods on Class Imbalanced Data
    Sulaf Assi, Manoj Jayabalan, Vaibhav Parakh, Jolnar Assi,Abdullah Al Hamid, and Dhiya Al-Jumeily OBE

    8 Ultrasound Vector Flow Imaging, a Promising Technique towards a New Carotid Atheroma Risk Stratification
    Istvan Defrancais, Ali Mansour, and Luc Bressollette

    A Pre-Screening Technique for Coronary Artery Disease with Multi-Channel Phonocardiography and Electrocardiography
    Yue Rong, Matthew Fynn, and Sven Nordholm

    Exploring the Feasibility of Estimating the Carotid-to-Femoral Pulse Wave Velocity Using Machine Learning Algorithms
    Mohamed A. Bahloul, Juan M. Vargas, Zehor Belkhatir, and Taous-Meriem Laleg-Kirati

    DVT Diagnosis Based on HOS and Scattering Operators
    T. Berthomier, A. Mansour, Luc Bressollette, C. Hoffman, and D. Mottier

    Non‑Invasive AI‑Assisted Techniques for 3D Printing of the Heart via Image Analysis: Current State, Challenges, and Future Directions
    Najmeh Fayyazifar, Najmeh Samadiani, Mohammed Bennamoun, Girish Dwivedi, and Andrew Maiorana

    COVID-19 and Pneumonia Detection System Using Deep Learning with Chest X-Ray Images
    M. A. Hassan, R. Zahari, and D. S. Laila

    Scattering Operators and High-Order Statistics along with Elastography to Identify and Characterize Salivary Gland Abnormalities
    T. Berthomier, A. Mansour, L. Bressollette, C. Hoffman, and S. Jousse-Joulin

    Intelligent Feature Selection Algorithm Using SA-SVM Classification for Skin Cancer Diagnosis
    Azadeh Noori Hoshyar and Adel Al-Jumaily

    16 A Review on Advanced CNN Architecture in Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease
    Nur Amirah Abd Hamid, Daphne Teck Ching Lai, and Mohd Ibrahim Shapiai@Abd Razak

    Combination of Sensors-Based Monitoring System and Internet of Things (IoT): A Survey and Framework for Remote and Intensive Care Unit Patients
    Mohammad Aminul Islam, Kazi Zehad Mostofa, Hamidreza Mohafez, Md Jakir Hossen, Foo Wah Low, Mikhail Vasiliev, Syed Mohammed Shamsul Islam, and Mohammad Nur-E-Alam

    End-to-End Solutions for the Remote Monitoring of Post-Operative Prehabilitation Program: IoT Solution Challenges
    Khalid Al-Naime and Adnan Al-Anbuky


    Adel Al-Jumaily is a researcher and academic leader with more than two decades of experience. He is a Professor at the University of Technology Brunei and a professor research fellow at ENSTA-Bretagne. His research area is Computational Intelligence and Humanized Computational Intelligence. He has published more than 250 peer-reviewed papers. He has 13 patents, 12 of which are sponsored by industry. Adel has supervised more than 40 PhD and master’s students and received two supervision awards.

    Paolo Crippa is an Associate Professor of electronics at the Department of Information Engineering of the Universita Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy. His research interests include micro and nanoelectronics, statistical device modeling, mixed-signal and RF integrated circuit design, biomedical circuits, systems and signal processing, neural networks, and non-linear system identification. He has published more than 120 papers in international journals, edited books, and conference proceedings. He is a member of the editorial boards and technical program committees of several international scientific journals and conferences. He is an IEEE senior member and a member of the Italian AEIT.

    Ali Mansour has held many positions: Postdoctoral at LTIRF-INPG (Grenoble- France), Researcher at BMC–RIKEN (Nagoya-Japan), Teacher-Researcher at ENSIETA (Brest-France), Senior-Lecturer at Curtin-University (Perth-Australia), Invited- Professor at ULCO (Calais-France), Professor at Tabuk University (KSA), and recently Professor at ENSTA-Bretagne (Brest-France). He has published numerous refereed publications, several books, and book chapters, and has supervised many Post- Docs, PhDs, and MScs. He is interested in statistics, signal processing, robotics, telecom, biomedical engineering, electronic warfare, and cognitive radio.

    Claudio Turchetti received the Laurea degree in electronics engineering from the University of Ancona, Italy, in 1979. He joined the Universita Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, in 1980, where he is currently a Full Professor of Embedded Systems design. He has published more than 160 papers, the most relevant are in IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, IEEE Transaction on Signal Processing, IEEE Transaction on Cybernetics, IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, IEEE Transaction on Consumer Electronics, IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems, IEEE Access, and IEEE Open Journal on Circuits and Systems.