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A novel system is described which images in three dimensions, the total configuration of a colonoscope without the use of conventional radiological techniques. A low intensity magnetic field is used in conjunction with a miniature inductive sensor. The system intrinsically safe and it is potentially inexpensive and capable of being used in a normal hospital(More)
This paper discusses the results obtained from a sensor network installed in a person's home as part of a twelve month Telecare trial. The aim of the trial was to unobtrusively collect data to detect changes in a person's daily activity (washing, eating, watching television etc.) around a home, using a low power/cost sensor network. A number of different(More)
There is wide variability in the methods of follow up of patients with colorectal cancer. For the majority of patients follow up comprises regular clinical assessment and measurement of carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) with interval colonoscopy. Regular CT examinations will additionally detect distant disease such as liver and pulmonary metastases as well as(More)
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