This paper presents the feasibility study of using a distributed middleware for the management of infections from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients. The middleware follows the publish-subscribe pattern, and supports the OMG DDS (Data Distribution Service) standard, which facilitates the real-time monitoring of the distributed information, as well as the scalability and interoperability of the solution developed regarding the different stakeholders and resources involved. The proof of concept studied shows DDS viability for the activation of emergency protocols in real-time to manage alarms among the stakeholders subscribed to the information published by the infection detection system at patient’s home.
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- A Distributed Middleware for the Assistance on the Prevention of Peritonitis in CKD
- verfasst von
M. A. Estudillo-Valderrama
L. M. Roa
L. J. Reina-Tosina