A Novel Computerized Tool to Stratify Risk in Carotid Atherosclerosis Using Kinematic Features of the Arterial Wall
In this paper, we address valid risk stratification for carotid atherosclerosis, which is a crucial public health challenge with major effects for both patient safety and state economies…
Reliable and Energy Efficient Communications for Wireless Biomedical Implant Systems
In this paper, a biotelemetry communication scheme is considered, consisting of an implant device and wearable on‐body devices for relaying the information to an off‐body access point…
A Review of In-Body Biotelemetry Devices: Implantables, Ingestibles, and Injectables
A holistic and comparative review is conducted that focuses on three types of in-body devices used to realize many and different sensing and/or stimulating functionalities: implantable, ingestible, and injectable. Design considerations, current status and future directions related to the aforementioned devices are discussed. As technology continues to evolve, several new and hitherto unexplored opportunities are brought forward for in-body devices, promising a shift from today’s symptom-based medicine to a proactive healthcare model.
A Review of Emerging Technologies for the Management of Diabetes Mellitus
Exploitation of Information and Communication Technologies can assist in reshaping and improving the clinical workflow for the management of Diabetes Mellitus by shifting the emphasis from disease to wellness.This paper presents a critical review analysis of: (i) sensors for glucose and lifestyle monitoring, (ii) models and molecular biomarkers for predicting the onset and assessing the progress of DM, and (iii) modeling and control methods for regulating glucose levels…