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Internet of Diagnostic Things: Emerging Horizon towards Precision and Digital Health Care


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1 Aristocrat Technologies, Noida Sector 16, Uttar Pradesh, India
2 Rapture Biotech International (P) Ltd., Sector 10, Noida − 201301, Uttar Pradesh, India
 

Digital revolution and advancement of information technologies, smart phone industry, multi-omic technologies, availability with 5G networks and emergence of big data era has greatly impacted on diagnostic, biomedical and e-healthcare sectors. Intelligent sensors, wearable, digital imaging, smart phone based diagnostic and connected networking provides smart approach and platform towards precision diagnostics. Recently, Internet of Things (IoT) have shown remarkable impact on diverge sectors such as digital imaging, smart sensing, digital diagnostic, digital biotech, telemedicine, precision farming, lab-on phone, smart home, smart city planning, smart retails and Research and Development (R&D) automation etc. Application of IoT technology in diagnostic and healthcare opens a way for personalization in the medical care depending on individual needs, additionally giving option for well-organized way for remote healthcare and management. This review focuses on theoretical, technological, advanced aspects of digital diagnostic utilizing IoT technology. Furthermore, we have also highlighted the opportunities and challenges for IoT in exploring the futuristic scope and innovation in diagnostic application. IoT based diagnostic, sensing and imaging devices provides unprecedented precision, automation in the diagnostic and thereby could significantly improve the biomedical and e-healthcare area.


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Digital Biomarkers, Digital Diagnostic, e-Health, Integrated Networking, Internet of Things.
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Authors

Vijay Verma
Aristocrat Technologies, Noida Sector 16, Uttar Pradesh, India
Abhisek Mishra
Rapture Biotech International (P) Ltd., Sector 10, Noida − 201301, Uttar Pradesh, India
Vaishali Bisht
Rapture Biotech International (P) Ltd., Sector 10, Noida − 201301, Uttar Pradesh, India
Jyoti Bala
Rapture Biotech International (P) Ltd., Sector 10, Noida − 201301, Uttar Pradesh, India

Abstract


Digital revolution and advancement of information technologies, smart phone industry, multi-omic technologies, availability with 5G networks and emergence of big data era has greatly impacted on diagnostic, biomedical and e-healthcare sectors. Intelligent sensors, wearable, digital imaging, smart phone based diagnostic and connected networking provides smart approach and platform towards precision diagnostics. Recently, Internet of Things (IoT) have shown remarkable impact on diverge sectors such as digital imaging, smart sensing, digital diagnostic, digital biotech, telemedicine, precision farming, lab-on phone, smart home, smart city planning, smart retails and Research and Development (R&D) automation etc. Application of IoT technology in diagnostic and healthcare opens a way for personalization in the medical care depending on individual needs, additionally giving option for well-organized way for remote healthcare and management. This review focuses on theoretical, technological, advanced aspects of digital diagnostic utilizing IoT technology. Furthermore, we have also highlighted the opportunities and challenges for IoT in exploring the futuristic scope and innovation in diagnostic application. IoT based diagnostic, sensing and imaging devices provides unprecedented precision, automation in the diagnostic and thereby could significantly improve the biomedical and e-healthcare area.


Keywords


Digital Biomarkers, Digital Diagnostic, e-Health, Integrated Networking, Internet of Things.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18311/jhsr%2F2020%2F24981