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[...Unlike traditional medical telemetry systems, which require separate links for each function being monitored,...

[...Unlike traditional medical telemetry systems, which require separate links for each function being monitored, wireless MBAN systems could monitor all required functions and then aggregate the results and transmit them to a remote location for evaluation. The data could be uploaded to private clouds within hospital data centers and also to public cloud providers, such as Microsoft's HealthVault.] - http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9230095/Wearable_technology_market_to_exceed_6B_by_2016

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