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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

 The u-Healthcare system is one of the methods used to reduce medical expense and provide high-quality medical service for long-term patients and those with a chronic disease. In this paper, a new u-Healthcare system is proposed, composed of a bio-signal acquisition device, a smart phone application that transfers bio-signals to a server, and a server that monitors signals and analyzes patient's health state. This system collects bio-signals including body temperature, blood pressure, blood sugar, oxygen saturation, pulse rate, ECG, and EMG, from patients to automatically monitor their-bio-data and analyze the state of their health and any illness.

Keywords :

: u-Healthcare; Analysis; ECG; EMG

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