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Title: Modern Technologies for Biomedical Systems Prototyping
Authors: Parkhomenko, Anzhelika
Gladkova, O.
Tulenkov, A.
Zalyubovskiy, Y.
Parkhomenko, Andriy
Tarasov, O.
Keywords: Biomedical Systems
Cyber Prostheses
Wearable Devices
Prototyping Technologies
Virtual Prototype
Digital Twins
3D Printing
Remote Monitoring
Indicators of Human Physical State
Wi-Fi Module
Cloud Service
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Acco cv, Leuven (Belgium)
Citation: Parkhomenko A., Gladkova O., Tulenkov A., Zalyubovskiy Y., Parkhomenko A. & Tarasov O. Modern Technologies for Biomedical Systems Prototyping. In: Teaching and subjects on bio-medical engineering. Approaches and experiences from the BIOART-project. Leuven, 2021, pp.171-185.
Abstract: This chapter focuses on the basics of prototyping technologies usage for design of cyber-prosthesis of human upper limb and wearable device for remote monitoring of patient physical condition. The results of the development and investigation of virtual and physical prototyping of schemes and structures of biomedical systems are presented.
Description: This book originated from the BIOART-project “Innovative Multidisciplinary Curriculum in Artificial Implants for Bio-Engineering BSc/MSc Degrees (586114-EPP-1-2017-1-ES-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP)”, a European subsidized educational project aimed at adapting, modernising and restructuring existing curricula in artificial implants for bio-engineering degrees in Ukraine and Israel, by developing new courses, testing the innovative curricula and disseminating the results. The European Commission’s support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
ISBN: 978-94-641-4245-7
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