August 2007

Towards Nano Products in e-Healthcare Environment

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Hospitals are also moving away from purchasing point solutions and toward buying equipments from different vendors that are interoperable, and that have a uniform user interface. Hospitals are developing internal networks that connect all diagnostic equipments, which feed all patient information over a network to data storage servers, for instant access.

Majority of the population needs common diagnostic services to monitor their health data for common diseases of the world. Primary medical diagnostics will be (i) height, weight of the body, (ii) heart beat, (iii) blood pressure, (iv) blood test, (v) body fluid tests, (vi) cholesterol test and (vii) body temperature. Presently medical diagnostics equipments are entering the market as digital embedded equipments, resulting in good accuracy in diagnostic process. Reduced size and display features are making these products flexible, which is facilitating the common men to use them
with ease.

Introduction

The galloping development of the computer and of information technology has made it possible to gather, store, and analyze huge amounts of data, thereby profoundly transforming research in numerous fields. Emergence of mobile cellular phones and embedded hardware has made miniaturization a happening reality.

Lakhs of rural villages in the world have no access to any medical support systems to save their life

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