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Client-server component for the connection of ambulatory biochemical device to healthcare network implementing device vigilance system based upon control process database

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2 Author(s)
Pellet, C. ; Lab. IXL, Bordeaux I Univ., France ; Paille, P.

Shifting care from hospital to ambulatory settings with equivalent quality of care and security increases the need of microtechnologies and biosensors. However, an efficient spreading of micro-medical devices requires to consider not only technical aspects but also human factors. So the authors build a representative bench allowing to operate a set of variables from sensor to data management including material, ergonomic sand user parameters. They expect to realize a demonstrator (remote healthcare device and instrumentation) based on client-server architecture considering three restrictive points regarding the diffusion of medical devices in transferring care from institutions to home: 1) CE marking: object-oriented instrumentation (inheritance) facilitates the study of effectiveness and not only efficacy considering user parameters and patient compliance; 2) medical device vigilance: client-server naturally goes with principles of reporting, warning and notification as long as following standard protocols. 3) training and assistance agents deployed on higher level presentation layer managing guidelines and control process of ambulatory medical devices in accordance with healthcare network models

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Microtechnologies in Medicine and Biology, 1st Annual International, Conference On. 2000

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