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Nasim Kozouie, Faranak Fotohi-Ghazvini & Behrouz Minaie-Bidgoli

Pervasive and Ubiquitous Mobile-health application for pregnancy’s mother on android smart phone (Non-Stress Test application)

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Abstract

The emerging m-Health concept represents the evolution of e-health systems for healthcare using Smartphone applications with self-monitoring and sensing capabilities can help in disease prevention and health interventions. Disease risk conditions can be mapped to data collected via phone sensors and self-reports, providing users and doctor’s access to rich health data or broadcasting alerts to caregivers. Non-Stress Test is a most important for the pregnant mothers with abortion risk. It is frequently carried on when they are faced with the abortion risk over 28 weeks of gestation. In this paper, we present a mobile healthcare application for pregnant mother as Non-Stress Test without relying on the Internet connection.

Keywords : and abortion risk., FECG, m-health, mobile healthcare applications, Non-Stress Test, pregnancy

To cite this article

Nasim Kozouie, Faranak Fotohi-Ghazvini & Behrouz Minaie-Bidgoli, «Pervasive and Ubiquitous Mobile-health application for pregnancy’s mother on android smart phone (Non-Stress Test application)», Bulletin de la Société Royale des Sciences de Liège [En ligne], Volume 85 - Année 2016, Actes de colloques, Special edition, 409 - 417 URL : https://popups.uliege.be/0037-9565/index.php?id=5496.

About: Nasim Kozouie

Qom University, Iran, N_khozooyi2003@yahoo.com

About: Faranak Fotohi-Ghazvini

Qom University, Iran, f-fotouhi@qom.ac.ir

About: Behrouz Minaie-Bidgoli

Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran, b_minaei@iust.ac.ir