Chinmay Chakraborty

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OBJECTIVE In this article, we describe the important aspects like major characteristics, research issues, and challenges with body area sensor networks in telemedicine systems for patient monitoring in different scenarios. Present and emerging developments in communications integrated with the developments in microelectronics and embedded system(More)
This paper presents a tele-wound framework for monitoring chronic wound status based on color variation over a period of time. This will facilitate patients at remote locations to connect to medical experts through mobile devices. Further this will help medical professionals to monitor and manage the wounds in more timely, accurate and precise manner using(More)
Telemedicine helps to deliver health services electronically to patients with the advancement of communication systems and health informatics. Chronic wound (CW) detection and its healing rate assessment at remote distance is very much difficult due to unavailability of expert doctors. This problem generally affects older ageing people. So there is a need(More)
The remarkable growth of telecommunication industry resulted in boost in the number of cell-phone user everyday. Daily exposure to GSM-EMF has raised public concern of possible undesirable health effects to people living in the vicinity of base station (BS) antennas. The radiation exposure to EMF for a certain period of time will lead to health problem that(More)
Chronic wound (CW) treatment by large is a burden for the government and society due to its high cost and time consuming treatment. It becomes more serious for the old age patient with the lack of moving flexibility. Proper wound recovery management is needed to resolve this problem. Careful and accurate documentation is required for identifying the(More)
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