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e-SCP-ECG Protocol: An Expansion on SCP-ECG Protocol for Health Telemonitoring-Pilot Implementation.

Mandellos GJ, Koukias MN, Styliadis IS, Lymberopoulos DK - Int J Telemed Appl (2010)

Bottom Line: This paper extends the use of this protocol in order to be included in health monitoring systems.The proposed enhanced version is referred to as e-SCP-ECG(+) protocol.This paper also considers the pilot implementation of the new protocol as a software component in a Health Telemonitoring System.

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Affiliation: Wire Communication Laboratory, Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, University of Patras, Rion GR-26504, Greece.

ABSTRACT
Standard Communication Protocol for Computer-assisted Electrocardiography (SCP-ECG) provides standardized communication among different ECG devices and medical information systems. This paper extends the use of this protocol in order to be included in health monitoring systems. It introduces new sections into SCP-ECG structure for transferring data for positioning, allergies, and five additional biosignals: noninvasive blood pressure (NiBP), body temperature (Temp), Carbon dioxide (CO(2)), blood oxygen saturation (SPO(2)), and pulse rate. It also introduces new tags in existing sections for transferring comprehensive demographic data. The proposed enhanced version is referred to as e-SCP-ECG(+) protocol. This paper also considers the pilot implementation of the new protocol as a software component in a Health Telemonitoring System.

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Overview of the data part holding the GPS data (Section-207).
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fig8: Overview of the data part holding the GPS data (Section-207).

Mentions: The Section-207 DP handles positioning data (triples of Longitude, Latitude, and altitude) acquired in accordance with NMEA 0183 protocol [22]. The positioning data can be acquired either through the use of a permanent rhythm (mt = 1) or asynchronously (mt = 0). It consists of the “DP Header”, which contains the “mt”, the “Data Parameters”, and the “Data Block” (Figure 8). If mt = 1, “Data Parameters” records Date, Time, time interval and number (#) of measurements. If mt = 0, “Data Parameters” record only the number (#) of measurements. The “Data Block” records the captured triples of measurements. If mt = 1, “Data Block” keeps the successive recordings of the periodically acquired triples of values. If mt = 0, “Data Block” keeps successive recordings of distinct measurements (Date, Time, and triples of values).


e-SCP-ECG Protocol: An Expansion on SCP-ECG Protocol for Health Telemonitoring-Pilot Implementation.

Mandellos GJ, Koukias MN, Styliadis IS, Lymberopoulos DK - Int J Telemed Appl (2010)

Overview of the data part holding the GPS data (Section-207).
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig8: Overview of the data part holding the GPS data (Section-207).
Mentions: The Section-207 DP handles positioning data (triples of Longitude, Latitude, and altitude) acquired in accordance with NMEA 0183 protocol [22]. The positioning data can be acquired either through the use of a permanent rhythm (mt = 1) or asynchronously (mt = 0). It consists of the “DP Header”, which contains the “mt”, the “Data Parameters”, and the “Data Block” (Figure 8). If mt = 1, “Data Parameters” records Date, Time, time interval and number (#) of measurements. If mt = 0, “Data Parameters” record only the number (#) of measurements. The “Data Block” records the captured triples of measurements. If mt = 1, “Data Block” keeps the successive recordings of the periodically acquired triples of values. If mt = 0, “Data Block” keeps successive recordings of distinct measurements (Date, Time, and triples of values).

Bottom Line: This paper extends the use of this protocol in order to be included in health monitoring systems.The proposed enhanced version is referred to as e-SCP-ECG(+) protocol.This paper also considers the pilot implementation of the new protocol as a software component in a Health Telemonitoring System.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Wire Communication Laboratory, Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, University of Patras, Rion GR-26504, Greece.

ABSTRACT
Standard Communication Protocol for Computer-assisted Electrocardiography (SCP-ECG) provides standardized communication among different ECG devices and medical information systems. This paper extends the use of this protocol in order to be included in health monitoring systems. It introduces new sections into SCP-ECG structure for transferring data for positioning, allergies, and five additional biosignals: noninvasive blood pressure (NiBP), body temperature (Temp), Carbon dioxide (CO(2)), blood oxygen saturation (SPO(2)), and pulse rate. It also introduces new tags in existing sections for transferring comprehensive demographic data. The proposed enhanced version is referred to as e-SCP-ECG(+) protocol. This paper also considers the pilot implementation of the new protocol as a software component in a Health Telemonitoring System.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus