Mabel Vázquez-Briseno

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Personal Health Systems (PHSs) are systems that offer tools to support changes in the behavior of users, such as changes in medication schedule, diets, exercise, etc. These PHSs may be based on fixed or mobile devices. When a PHS is based on mobile devices, it may be considered as part of a mobile health (mHealth) technology. In this paper we define a PHS(More)
The development of mobile applications and services has led to new challenges for software programmers. One of the main differences from standard PC programming is that the mobile environment is still limited in several aspects. Thus, there are many applications for mobile devices that share similarities, and implementing new applications may result in(More)
The development of devices to interconnect different technologies paves the way to achieve interoperability. Although E-health telemonitoring services have additional challenges to overcome, one of them is the semantic interoperability. The aim of this work is to shed light on that issue by proposing the design of a digital device handling the data of the(More)
1 Introducción De las 1,200 millones de personas que tienen problemas de sobrepeso y obesidad en el mundo, 80 millones son mexicanos [1]. La obesidad infantil es actualmente un problema de salud en México, donde más de 4 millones de niños sufren de este problema, ello implica que 1 de cada 5 niños tiene problemas de sobrepeso y las tendencias en los hábitos(More)