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TitleMobile Health Technologies [electronic resource] : Methods and Protocols
Author edited by Avraham Rasooly, Keith E. Herold
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Humana Press, 2015
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Descript XIV, 512 p. 213 illus., 166 illus. in color. online resource


This volume represents a valuable collection of mobile health (mHealth) emerging technologies. Chapters focus on three main areas of mHealth:    technologies for in vitro and environmental testing, mHealth technologies for physiological and anatomical measurements and mHealth technologies for imaging. This book is designed to make mHealth more accessible and understandable to engineers, medical professionals, molecular biologists, chemical, and physical science researchers developing mHealth technologies. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, technical information about materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and key tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and practical, Mobile Health Technologies :Methods and Protocols aims to improve access to medical procedures including early detection, diagnostics and treatment through the development of new portable and accessible devices, and that this will lead to improved health technologies


Mobile Device for Disease Diagnosis and Data Tracking in Resource-Limited Settings -- Microfluidic Devices for Nucleic Acid (NA) Isolation, Isothermal NA Amplification, and Real-Time Detection -- Mobile Based Gold Nanoprobe TB Diagnostics For Point-Of-Need -- Immunofluorescence Microtip Sensor for Point-of-Care Tuberculosis (TB) Diagnosis -- Improve Lateral-flow Immunoassay (LFIA) Diagnostics Via Biomarker Enrichment For mHealth -- Microfluidic Toner-Based Analytical Devices: Disposable, Lightweight And Portable Platforms For Point-Of-Care Diagnostics With Colorimetric Detection -- Detection Of Protein Biomarker Using A Blood Glucose Meter -- Microchip ELISA Coupled with Cell Phone to Detect Ovarian Cancer HE4 Biomarker in Urine -- Point-Of-Care Rare Cell Cancer Diagnostics -- Mobile Flow Cytometer for mHealth -- Mobile Fiber-Optic Sensor for Detection of Oral and Cervical Cancer in Developing World -- Opto-fluidics based Microscopy and Flow-cytometry on a Cellphone for Blood Analysis -- Optofluidic Device For Label-free Cell Classification From Whole Blood -- A Wearable Sensing System for Assessment of Exposures to Environmental Volatile Organic Compounds -- Quantitative Point-of-Care (POC) Assays Using Measurements of Time as the Readout: A New Type of Readout for mHealth -- Smartphone-Based Fluorescence Detector for mHealth -- ­Two Layer Lab-On-A-Chip (LOC) With Passive Capillary Valves For Mhealth Medical Diagnostics -- Spectrometry with Consumer-quality CMOS Cameras -- Mobile Phone based Electrochemiluminescence Detection in Paper-Based Microfluidic Sensors -- iStethoscope: A Demonstration of the Use of Mobile Devices for Auscultation -- iPhysioMeter: A Smartphone Photoplethysmograph For Measuring Various Physiological Indices -- Smartphone Attachment For Stethoscope Recording -- Use of Smartphones and Portable Media Devices for Quantifying Human Movement Characteristics of Gait, Tendon Reflex Response, and Parkinson’s Disease Hand Tremor -- Measuring Tremor With A Smartphone -- The Use Of Single-Electrode Wireless EEG  In Biobehavioral Investigations -- Smartphone Based Monitoring System For Long Term Sleep Assessment -- Intracranial Ventricular Catheter Placement With A Smartphone Assisted Instrument -- High-Resolution Microendoscope for the Detection of Cervical Neoplasia -- Skin Lesions Image Analysis Utilizing Smart Phones And Cloud Platforms -- Melanoma and Other Skin Lesion Detection using Smart Handheld Devices

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