Mobile health

Empowering people with type 2 diabetes using digital tools.

Sora PARK, Sally BURFORD, Jee Young LEE, Luke TOY

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Abstract

Sleep disorders, such as insomnia can seriously impair a patient’s quali- ty of life. Existing studies have shown that insomniacs have a risk of hypertension 350 percent higher than normal sleepers. Insomnia is also a risk factor for diabe- tes, as well as anxiety and depression. Sleep measurements based on polysomnographic (PSG) signals and questionnaires are necessary for an accurate evaluation of insomnia; however PSG systems are uncomfortable and inconven- ient as they require patients to stay overnight at sleep centers. There is an increas- ing interest in portable devices, which provide the opportunity for the assessment of insomnia in a native environment (e.g. patients’ homes). Due to recent advanc- es in technology, it is now possible to continuously monitor a patient’s sleep at home and send their sleep data to a remote clinical back-end system for analysis and reporting. This chapter provides a systematic analysis on the sleep monitoring technologies that can be used for insomnia assessment and treatment. This study highlights the key technical challenges of sleep monitoring, describes different types of technologies and discusses their applications in insomnia assessment. An overview of some model-based signal processing for sleep staging and insomnia detection is presented. Lastly, this chapter ends with a discussion, which provides future directions for the deployment of effective in-home patient monitoring sys- tems for insomnia diagnosis.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCanberra
PublisherUniversity of Canberra
Number of pages54
ISBN (Electronic)9781740884372
Publication statusPublished - May 2016

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Telemedicine
Sleep Initiation and Maintenance Disorders
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Sleep
Polysomnography
Technology
Physiologic Monitoring
Systems Analysis
Anxiety
Quality of Life
Depression
Hypertension
Equipment and Supplies

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PARK, S., BURFORD, S., LEE, J. Y., & TOY, L. (2016). Mobile health: Empowering people with type 2 diabetes using digital tools. . Canberra: University of Canberra.
PARK, Sora ; BURFORD, Sally ; LEE, Jee Young ; TOY, Luke. / Mobile health : Empowering people with type 2 diabetes using digital tools. . Canberra : University of Canberra, 2016. 54 p.
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PARK S, BURFORD S, LEE JY, TOY L. Mobile health: Empowering people with type 2 diabetes using digital tools. . Canberra: University of Canberra, 2016. 54 p.