Applying Ontologies in the Development of Patient Mobile Monitoring Framework
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In this paper, patient mobile monitoring enabling framework architecture is presented. To this end, biometric devices (e.g. glucometers, blood pressure meters) are used to send data to the mobile phone via technology such as NFC or Bluetooth among others. These data are updated by the doctor for the patient control. An ontological architecture has been built up to allow the cataloguing of the framework intervening elements. An ontological classification of the patient profile and modules definition are presented. Moreover, and as study case, these ontologies are implemented for Diabetes, regarding the monitoring and control of the convalescent person.
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