Monitoring on the emaergecy beds

I am working on one of the client requirement to facilities to monitor the emergency patients needs to monitor from the outside form their mobile phones . What is the best way of doing that .
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btanConnect With a Mentor Exec ConsultantCommented:
This is good informatuon of the mobile health monitor and primarily looking at the BAN
Body Area Networks (BANs) and a Back-End System (BESys). Our definition of a BAN, adapted from [16] and [28], is a network of communicating devices worn on, around or within the body which is used to acquire health related data and to provide mobile health services to the user. A BAN consists of a Mobile Base Unit (MBU) and a set of BAN devices [18]. The MBU is a generic concept; typically the MBU functions (processing, storage and communications gateway) are implemented on a PDA or smartphone. BAN devices may be sensors, actuators or other wearable devices used for medical purposes.
One example shared in the implementation is

The Personal Health Monitor (PHM) system [21] is designed for patients who have a suspected cardiovascular disease and need to be monitored around the clock. The PHM system proposes use of off-the-shelf sensor systems which incorporate a built-in sensor front end. This approach allows a PHM system user to use their own mobile phone running Microsoft Windows and to buy or rent the required sensors. The patient downloads the PHM application onto the mobile phone and uses it like any other mobile application.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1532046412000287

On top of this also look at wireless digital CCTV for remote monitoring that can have view via the mobile set.
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Paul SauvéConnect With a Mentor RetiredCommented:
what exactly is being monitored?

(strange - i always thought that patients cell phones are required to be shut in medical facilities...)
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
As suggested.
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