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Wearable Biosensor Technology—An Innovative Review

Anil Kumar, Deepak Chhabra

Abstract


Wearable biosensors have made drastic change in the trends of health monitoring over the past many years. The use of wearable biosensors makes easy to monitor the real time physiological parameters continuously and accurately. The suitability, easiness, lower cost, utility, performance etc. of the biosensors for health monitoring of patient/user are attracting the researchers to work in the field of healthcare industry. The present study will discuss the various evolutions/researches, the recent advancements and future trends of wearable biosensors, following the various requirements and considerations of wearable biosensors, wireless body sensor networks, and design issues of wearable biosensors.

 

Keywords: wearable biosensors, wireless body sensor networks, design issues, wearable technology

 

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Kumar A, Chhabra D. Wearable Biosensor Technology—An Innovative Review. Research & Reviews: Journal of Medical Science and Technology. 2018; 7(1): 1–8p.


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Wearable biosensors; wireless body sensor networks; design issues; wearable technology

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