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DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNET-BASED COMMUNITY TELEMEDICINE SYSTEM IN INDONESIA - FOCUSING ON THE ESSENTIALS. YOKE SAADIA IRAWAN, SOEGIJARDJO SOEGIJOKO Research Group on Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering Program
YOKE SAADIA IRAWAN, SOEGIJARDJO SOEGIJOKO
Research Group on Biomedical Engineering,
Biomedical Engineering Program
Department of Electrical Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung - Indonesia
1. Community Telemedicine
2. Essential Focus
3. Pilot design & development
4. Block diagram of Internet-based Community Telemedicne System
5. Block diagram of Puskesmas medical station
6. Pilot realization status
7. Experimental set up
8. Expected results
7600 units of Puskesmas (Primary Community Health Center) nation wide
mother and child healthcare issues
Geographics, Demographic and infrastructure constraints
(Primary Health Centre)
Referral Health Office
4. Block Diagram of Internet-based Community Telemedicine System
ULTRASONIC HEART RATE FETAL MONITOR MODULE
TELECOMMUNICATION INTERFACE MODULE
DATA SECURITY MODULE
System integration module
Maternal healthcare record module
Modules for each physical measurement H/W
Security Software module
Puskesmas Medical Station
Other medical stations/ referral hospital/ health office
5. Block Diagram of a Puskesmas Medical Station
For further information please contact:
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Institute Teknologi Bandung
Jalan Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132
Yoke Saadia Irawan (born in Surabaya, 1955) earned her medical doctor degree from the Padjdjaran University, Indonesia, in 1986. She obtained the Master degree in Biomedical Engineering from ITB, Indonesia in 1998; her thesis was entitled: Development of a PC-based Medical Station for Application in the Puskesmas
She joined the Biomedical Engineering Program in the Department of Electrical Engineering, ITB since 1995, where she is currently a lecturer. Her current research interests include: Telemedicine System, and Human Anatomy & Physiology.
Yoke Saadia Irawan is a member of the Indonesian Biomedical Engineering Society. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Soegijardjo Soegijoko (born in Yogyakarta, 1942) earned his Engineer degree in Electrical Engineering from the Dept of Electrical Engineering, ITB, in 1964. He obtained the doctorate degree from USTL (Montpellier, France) in 1980; his thesis was entitled: Development of a Microprocessor-based External Artificial Pancreas.
He joined the Department of Electrical Engineering, ITB since 1966, where he is currently a professor at the department. His current research interests include: Biomedical Engineering Instrumentation, Telemedicine System, and Biomedical Engineering Education.
Prof. Dr. Soegijardjo Soegijoko is a member of the Indonesian Biomedical Engineering Society and IEEE-EMBS. He can be reached at email@example.com