Mobile Diagnosis 2.0
Ray, Aniruddha (editor)
Koydemir, Hatice Ceylan (editor)
Mobile sensing and diagnostic capabilities are becoming extremely important for a wide range of emerging applications and fields spanning mobile health, telemedicine, point-of-care diagnostics, global health, field medicine, democratization of sensing and diagnostic tools, environmental monitoring, and citizen science, among many others. The importance of low-cost mobile technologies has been underlined during this current COVID-19 pandemic, particularly for applications such as the detection of pathogens, including bacteria and viruses, as well as for prediction and management of different diseases and disorders. This book focuses on some of these application areas and provides a timely summary of cutting-edge results and emerging technologies in these interdisciplinary fields.
KeywordsZika NS1; point of care; colorimetric; smartphone; microfluidic; inertial sensors; pediatric neurological disease; kinematics; motor activity; depression; depressive episodes; data mining; random forest; night; Parkinson’s disease; recurrent neural network; motion sensor; monitoring the condition of patients; fever; NMFI; mobile laboratory; RPA; DENV; mobile applications; diagnostic equipment; headache; migraine; postural balance; visual motor coordination; vestibular function tests; infectious diseases; diagnostics; point-of-care devices; microfluidics; plasmonics; lensless imaging; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021