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In recent decades, Internet of Things (IOT) has been widely used in the communication of equipment and resources. An important and appropriate application of this technology includes medical devices and resources. With the aid of this technology, the services provided for the end user for example, the patients admitted to the hospital will have greater speed and accuracy. Further, in the necessary care of chronic diseases or extensive applications like services for the elderly or applications requiring momentary knowledge on a large scale and in the online form, using this technology is undoubtedly a great help to better do the job. In this paper, attempts have been made to investigate the Internet of Things in the field of medicine with a service-oriented and security approach and make different comparisons concerning the works conducted, researchers, success, development of Internet of Things in health care systems in terms of empowering the technologies and various applications of Internet of Things in the medical industry and report the results. Ultimately, the opportunities and challenges ahead in the use of Internet of Things in medical applications and health field have been stated.
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