This volume introduces the key evolving applications of IoT in the medical field for patient care delivery through the usage of smart devices. It shows how IoT opens the door to a wealth of relevant healthcare information through real-time data analysis as well as testing, providing reliable and pragmatic data that yields enhanced solutions and discovery of previously undiscovered issues.
This new volume discusses IoT devices that are deployed for enabling patient health tracking, various emergency issues, smart administration of patients, etc. It looks at the problems of cardiac analysis in e-healthcare, explores the employment of smart devices aimed for different patient issues, and examines the usage of Arduino kits where the data can be transferred to the cloud for internet-based uses. The volume also considers the roles of IoT in electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), which play significant roles in biomedical applications. This book also incorporates the use of IoT applications for smart wheelchairs, telemedicine, GPS positioning of heart patients, smart administration with drug tracking, and more.
Table of Contents
1. Use of IoT in Biomedical Signal Analysis for Healthcare Systems
Mihir Narayan Mohanty, Saumendra Kumar Mohapatra, and Mohan Debarchan Mohanty
2. Application of the Internet of Things (IoT) for Biomedical Peregrination and Smart Healthcare
Aradhana Behura and Sushree Bibhuprada B. Priyadarshini
3. Analysis of Efficiencies between EEG and MRI: A Survey
Namrata P. Mohanty, Sweta Shree Dash, and Tripti Swarnkar
4. A State-of-the-Art Survey on Decision Trees in the Context of Big Data Analysis and IoT
Monalisa Jena and Satchidananda Dehuri
5. The Emerging Role of The Internet of Things (IoT) in the Biomedical Industry
Amrit Sahani and Sushree Bibhuprada B. Priyadarshini
6. A Comprehensive Survey on the Internet of Things (IoT) in Healthcare
Deepak Garg, Devendra Kumar Sharma, Prashant Mani, and Brajesh Kumar Kaushik
7. Odontogenic Tumors: Prevalence and Demographic Distribution through IoT
Priyanka Debta, Sibani Sarangi, Debabrata Singh, Anurag Dani, Somalee Mahapatra, and Mitrabinda Khuntia
8. Relevant Current Applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) in Biomedical Engineering
Sushree Bibhuprada B. Priyadarshini, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology at the Institute of Technical Education and Research, Siksha 'O' Anusandhan, India. She has been a keynote speaker at the International Conference of Innovative Applied Energy at Oxford University, UK. She is also a reviewer for the International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology and IEEE Consumer Electronics Journal and has published over 25 papers in various international journals.
Devendra Kumar Sharma, PhD, is Professor and Dean of the SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Ghaziabad, India. Dr. Sharma has authored many papers in reputed journals and conferences. He has participated in many international and national conferences as session chair and as a member of steering, advisory, and technical program committees. He served at PSU in different positions for more than eight years in the QA & Testing/R & D departments.
Rohit Sharma, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Ghaziabad, India. He has published about 36 research papers in international and national journals and about nine research papers in international and national conferences. Dr. Sharma has participated in many international and national conferences as session chair and as a member of the steering, advisory, and international program committees.
Korhan Cengiz, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Telecommunication at Trakya University, Trakya, Edirne, Turkey. Dr. Cengiz has published more than 30 articles related to wireless sensor networks and wireless communications. He has served as a TPC member at more than 20 conferences. He is editor-in-chief of two journals and editor of several journals.