biotelemetry

Telemedicine vs Biotelemetry - What's the difference?

telemedicine | biotelemetry |


As nouns the difference between telemedicine and biotelemetry

is that telemedicine is the transfer of medical information via telecommunication technologies for the purpose of consulting or for remote medical procedures or examinations while biotelemetry is (biology|electronics) the use of telemetry to monitor, measure and record physiological data of an organism.

Organism vs Biotelemetry - What's the difference?

organism | biotelemetry |


As nouns the difference between organism and biotelemetry

is that organism is (biology) a discrete and complete living thing, such as animal, plant, fungus or microorganism while biotelemetry is (biology|electronics) the use of telemetry to monitor, measure and record physiological data of an organism.

Data vs Biotelemetry - What's the difference?

data | biotelemetry |


As nouns the difference between data and biotelemetry

is that data is : pieces of information while biotelemetry is (biology|electronics) the use of telemetry to monitor, measure and record physiological data of an organism.

Physiological vs Biotelemetry - What's the difference?

physiological | biotelemetry |


As an adjective physiological

is of, or relating to physiology.

As a noun biotelemetry is

(biology|electronics) the use of telemetry to monitor, measure and record physiological data of an organism.

Record vs Biotelemetry - What's the difference?

record | biotelemetry |


As nouns the difference between record and biotelemetry

is that record is an item of information put into a temporary or permanent physical medium while biotelemetry is (biology|electronics) the use of telemetry to monitor, measure and record physiological data of an organism.

As a verb record

is to make a record of information.

Measure vs Biotelemetry - What's the difference?

measure | biotelemetry |


As nouns the difference between measure and biotelemetry

is that measure is the quantity, size, weight, distance or capacity of a substance compared to a designated standard while biotelemetry is (biology|electronics) the use of telemetry to monitor, measure and record physiological data of an organism.

As a verb measure

is to ascertain the quantity of a unit of material via calculated comparison with respect to a standard.

Monitor vs Biotelemetry - What's the difference?

monitor | biotelemetry |


As nouns the difference between monitor and biotelemetry

is that monitor is someone who watches over something; a person in charge of something or someone while biotelemetry is (biology|electronics) the use of telemetry to monitor, measure and record physiological data of an organism.

As a verb monitor

is to watch over; to guard.

Telemetry vs Biotelemetry - What's the difference?

telemetry | biotelemetry |


As nouns the difference between telemetry and biotelemetry

is that telemetry is (applied sciences) the science, and associated technology, of the automatic recording and transmission of data from a remote source to a receiving station for analysis while biotelemetry is (biology|electronics) the use of telemetry to monitor, measure and record physiological data of an organism.

Biotelemetry vs Bioscience - What's the difference?

biotelemetry | bioscience |

Biotelemetry is a see also of bioscience.


As nouns the difference between biotelemetry and bioscience

is that biotelemetry is (biology|electronics) the use of telemetry to monitor, measure and record physiological data of an organism while bioscience is any of several sciences that deal with living organisms.