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Plateforme adaptative pour le suivi de l’état de santé de patients mobiles

Abstract : The combination of portable sensors and wireless transmission technologies offers interesting prospects for mobile health applications. With such applications, the health status of a fragile patient can be continuously monitored, even as the patient continues to go about his or her normal activities rather than being confined to a home or hospital. However, the development of fully operational applications for this type of monitoring remains a challenge, firstly because not all conditions require the same sensors or the same processing of the data collected, and secondly because mobility leads to particular requirements in terms of the autonomy of the monitoring device, and resilience to transmission hazards. In this thesis we identify the characteristics required of a monitoring system that meets these needs, and propose technical solutions to meet them. We then present a platform combining these solutions. This platform can be adapted to various conditions thanks to a plugin mechanism that makes it both modular and extensible. In addition, it can be adapted to the context, according to a strategy that may depend on the patient's condition, the current health status, and the resources available to collect and transmit data related to that health status.
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Mathieu Bagot. Plateforme adaptative pour le suivi de l’état de santé de patients mobiles. Autre. Université de Bretagne Sud, 2020. Français. ⟨NNT : 2020LORIS560⟩. ⟨tel-03117450v2⟩



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