Implementation of Wireless Group Support System in Mobile Healthcare
In Mobile healthcare service, Wireless Group Support System can assist physicians or nurses in improving the quality of care and saving valuable time for emergency patients. Medical practitioners (often nurses) collect various physiological signals, as well as subjective parameters. Physiological signals may include ECG, EEG, SpO2, temperature, continuous blood pressure etc. On the contrary, subjective parameters may include level of pain, level of alertness, awareness, behavioral responses etc. After successful accumulation of these data, a scoring system is utilized for early detection of critical illnesses. In many cases, the existing mechanism of scoring is performed manually, where the medical practitioner ticks on to a scoring board.