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The internet of medical things in healthcare management: a review

Chukwuebuka Joseph Ejiyi 1 , Zhen Qin 2 * , Makuachukwu Bennedith Ejiyi 3 , Grace Ugochi Nneji 4 , Happy Nkanta Monday 5 , Favour Amarachi Agu 6 , Thomas Ugochukwu Ejiyi 7 , Chidinma Diokpo 8 , Chiduzie Obed Orakwue 9

  • 1. School of Information and Software Engineering University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
  • 2. School of Information and Software Engineering University of Electronic Science and Technology of China;Network and Data Security Key Laboratory of Sichuan Province, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
  • 3. Pharmacy Department University of Nigeria Nsukka, Nigeria
  • 4. Oxford Brookes Sino-British Collaborative Education Chengdu University of Technology China, China
  • 5. Oxford Brookes Sino-British Collaborative Education Chengdu University of Technology China, China
  • 6. Department of Public Health University of Nigeria Nsukka, Nigeria
  • 7. Department of Pure and Industrial Chemistry University of Nigeria Nsukka, Nigeria
  • 8. Department of Food Science Technology, Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria
  • 9. Department of Agriculture and Bio-Resources Engineering, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria



  • Received

    05 February 2023

  • Revised

    13 June 2023

  • Accepted

    25 June 2023

  • Published

    28 June 2023

Applications Healthcare devices Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) Management Security Wearables

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How to Cite

Ejiyi, C., Z. Qin, M. B. Ejiyi, G. U. Nneji, H. N. Monday, F. A. Agu, T. U. Ejiyi, C. Diokpo, and C. O. Orakwue. “The Internet of Medical Things in Healthcare Management: A Review”. Journal of Digital Health, vol. 2, no. 1, June 2023, pp. 30-62, doi:10.55976/jdh.22023116330-62.

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