Future Generation Communication and Networking (2007)
Jeju Island, Korea
Dec. 6, 2007 to Dec. 8, 2007
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/FGCN.2007.97
The use of a Zigbee network in various health moni- toring systems has become well accepted. This network promises to develop health care by allowing prompt, secure, low power, and low-cost health monitoring with real-time medical data transmission and update via the session initi- ation protocol (SIP). In this paper, we present a description and system architecture for a ubiquitous ECG monitoring system based on SIP and the Zigbee Network. Our pro- posed ubiquitous ECG monitoring system includes a wire- less ECG sensor, ECG console, a Zigbee module, a SIP registrar and proxy server, a database server, and wireless devices for users. This system specifically targets patients, senior citizens, and others who may benefit from continu- ous, Remote health monitoring systems. We performed an evaluation of the results of this research through an ECG monitoring system design and experimentation with a per- vasive computing test bed.
Y. Kim, I. Lee, I. You and B. Kim, "Design and Implementation of a Ubiquitous ECG Monitoring System Using SIP and the Zigbee Network," 2007 International Conference on Future Generation Communication and Networking(FGCN), Jeju, 2007, pp. 599-604.