Special Issue "Antennas for Biomedical and Healthcare Applications"

Submission Deadline: 31 July 2022
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Guest Editors
Dr. Manoj Gupta, JECRC University, India.
Prof. Surbhi Vijh, KIET Group of Institutions, India.
Dr. Parma Nand, Sharda University, India.
Dr. Kashif Nisar, University Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia.
Dr. Dac- Binh Ha, Duy Tan University, Vietnam.

Summary

Antennas can be implanted into human bodies or can just be mounted over the torso (skin-fat-muscle) to form a bio-communication system between medical devices and exterior instruments for short range biotelemetry applications. In addition to the clear benefits to the healthcare system provided by body implanted devices, economical aspects are also relevant Remote monitoring systems facilitate the diagnosis of diseases and favor the hospital at home by reducing the hospitalization period.

 

This Special Issue presents the most up-to-date works related to the use of antennas in Biomedical and healthcare, both as diagnostic tools and as therapeutic interventions. Implantable medical devices have become more and more interesting for healthcare services. Nowadays, the devices designed to monitor physiological data from inside the human body have great promises to provide major contributions to disease prevention, diagnosis and therapy. Furthermore, minimally invasive devices allow reducing hospitalization terms, thus improving the patients’quality of life.

 

This Special Issue will discuss all aspects of the design and modeling of electromagnetic imaging techniques, electromagnetic devices, wireless implants, and in vitro and in vivo testing. Design issues for wearable antennas, wearable sensors, magnetic coils, and coil array issues will be explored and biomedical applications such as cancer detection, stroke event detection, GI diagnostics, and cardiovascular risk prediction and other biomedical and healthcare applications will be discussed.


Keywords
Recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) Microwave imaging for biomedical applications
(2) Electromagnetic induction imaging for biomedical applications
(3) Antennas for Remote Health monitoring
(4) Antennas for Detection techniques
(5) Antennas for Tele medicine
(6) Antennas for Virtual Health monitoring
(7) Magnetic induction imaging for biomedical applications
(8) Electromagnetic optical imaging for biomedical applications
(9) Electromagnetic acoustic imaging for biomedical applications
(10) MRI and advanced MRI for biomedical applications
(11) Antennas for Remote Robotic Surgery
(12) Antennas using Cyber-physical system (CPS)
(13) Antennas using Internet of things (IoTs)
(14) Body Area Network
(15) Therapeutic applications of electromagnetic waves
(16) Radio frequency and microwave ablation techniques for medical treatment
(17) Biomedical Applications in communication system
(18) Biomedical & Health Informatics
(19) Artificial Intelligence in Health Care using Antennas
(20) Short range wireless communication systems
(21) Digital Hospitals
(22) Antennas for IOT in 5G
(23) Microwave Imaging using Antenna
(24) Electromagnetic devices, including antennas and antenna array, wearable sensors, magnetic coils and coil array, design issues for wearable antennas, for biomedical diagnostic and healthcare applications

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