Wireless Medical Sensor Networks in Emergency Response Implementation and Pilot Results

Gao, T., Pesto, C., Selavo, L., et al. (2008). Wireless Medical Sensor Networks in Emergency Response: Implementation and Pilot Results. (Abstract only.) Technologies for Homeland Security IEEE Conference.
This presentation demonstrates the feasibility of using cost-effective, flexible, and scalable sensor networks to address critical bottlenecks of the emergency response process in lieu of manual vital measurements, paper documentation, and radio communication.
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