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Continuous Postoperative Respiratory Monitoring with Calibrated Respiratory Effort Belts: Pilot Study [chapter]

Tiina M. Seppänen, Olli-Pekka Alho, Merja Vakkala, Seppo Alahuhta, Tapio Seppänen
2017 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
For this purpose, we used rib cage and abdominal respiratory effort belts for the respiratory monitoring pre-and postoperatively, with a new calibration method that enables accurate estimates of the respiratory  ...  The postoperative calibration approach with two respiratory effort belts produced the most accurate respiratory airflow waveforms and tidal volume, minute volume and respiratory rate estimates.  ...  of postoperative respiratory airflow waveforms to enable accurate, continuous, non-invasive respiratory monitoring postoperatively.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-54717-6_19 fatcat:kf355qdasnhejhxwo25gitrtke

Respiratory Effort Belts in Postoperative Respiratory Monitoring: Pilot Study with Different Patients

Tiina M Seppänen, Olli-Pekka Alho, Merja Vakkala, Seppo Alahuhta, Tapio Seppänen
2016 Proceedings of the 9th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies  
Respiratory Effort Belts in Postoperative Respiratory Monitoring: Pilot Study with Different Patients.  ...  We used calibrated respiratory effort belts for the respiratory monitoring pre-and postoperatively. Used calibration method enables accurate estimates of the respiratory airflow waveforms.  ...  A few studies have been recently published on monitoring postoperative respiration continuously and non-invasively.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0005695000760082 dblp:conf/biostec/SeppanenAVAS16 fatcat:wbha3nhjivcthhnfs3xhtcoupi

A Pilot Study: Is Snoring During Pediatric Dental Procedures Indicative of Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Harmeet K. Chiang, Riley J. Robinson, Al M. Best, Tegwyn H. Brickhouse, David J. Leszczyszyn
2019 Journal of Dental Sleep Medicine  
OSA was diagnosed using a home sleep monitoring device. Groups were compared using a t-test.  ...  Study Objectives: To determine whether pediatric snoring during sedation could be used to screen for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) by pediatric dentists.  ...  heart rate and respiratory effort recorded with a chest belt and a recording unit.  ... 
doi:10.15331/jdsm.7068 fatcat:2s7bdxhffjdqvgloeepe4ugsw4

Wearable Sensors for Monitoring and Preventing Noncommunicable Diseases: A Systematic Review

Annica Kristoffersson, Maria Lindén
2020 Information  
Here, remote health monitoring in real time has great potential. This article provides a systematic review of the use of wearable sensors for the monitoring and prevention of NCDs.  ...  In addition, this article not only provides in-depth information about the retrieved articles, but also discusses examples of studies assessing warning signals that may result in serious health conditions  ...  The funder had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript; nor in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info11110521 fatcat:epq6ofjyofb3dmu7syc4pqaumm

WEANING FROM MECHANICAL VENTILATION. COMPARISON OF TWO METHODS

Jose R Azevedo, Cecilma M Teixeira, Kivania C Pessoa, Sandra C Maia, Maria M Braga
1999 Critical Care Medicine  
Background: Some pre-and perioperative factors have been associated with a high incidence of AAF in cardiac surgery postop-erative period.  ...  Objective: To evaluate some pre-and perioperative factors in order to identify those patients with higher probability for postoperative AAF.  ...  Respiratory monitoring was achieved by inter- mittent measurements of arterial blood gases, dead space ventila- tion (VD/VT), and continuous evaluation of expired carbon dioxide (PETCO 2 ), CO 2 flow  ... 
doi:10.1097/00003246-199912001-00277 fatcat:dqw7tfrjnvasvjjg6l5yy4xryq

A Survey on Wearable Sensor-Based Systems for Health Monitoring and Prognosis

A. Pantelopoulos, N.G. Bourbakis
2010 IEEE Transactions on Systems Man and Cybernetics Part C (Applications and Reviews)  
of the systems, has been selected to derive a thorough study.  ...  all-day and any-place health, mental and activity status monitoring.  ...  Finally, the MIT Wearable Computing Group, in collaboration with several healthcare providers, has initiated various pilot studies using the LiveNet system, which include soldiers' health monitoring in  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmcc.2009.2032660 fatcat:t4vbxxar55bxfogn7fjz6aq36i

Posters_Tuesday 13 October 2009

2009 Intensive Care Medicine  
The question of optimum serum glucose levels in the critically ill, and the effect on outcome continues to be keenly debated.  ...  To study the relation between admission blood glucose levels and morbidity and mortality in critically ill patients. METHODS.  ...  Data are continuously monitored and stored in the computer internal memory (up to 6 months continuous monitoring).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00134-009-1596-z fatcat:x7lclpei7bg7tka764rghc452u

Critical Care Canada Forum 2019 Abstracts

2019 Canadian Journal of Anesthesia  
The guideline was designed to incorporate multiple measures of both lung stress and respiratory effort with the goal of monitoring risk for ventilator-induced lung injury and diaphragm myotrauma.  ...  Before moving towards a multicenter cohort study, we need to assess feasibility and pilot the screening of AB, and confirm study procedures.  ...  Our study highlights the need for more GOC discussions in patients with no treatment options.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12630-019-01552-z pmid:31823192 fatcat:zhwc2yi455be5mlbjv4kdhuu2y

Respiratory burst activity of PMN is increased in most patients during septic shock

E Barth, G Fischer, F Börner, LL Moldawer, EM Schneider, M Georgieff, M Weiss
2000 Critical Care  
Physicians should become more selective in the use of monitored beds and in the ordering of a work up to rule out PMI.  ...  Aims: To study the relationship between myocardial release of cTnI and myocardial cell death as assessed by the amount of apoptosis and necrosis after cardiac surgery.  ...  extreme heat and lack of seat belt use. 3) Family refusal for organ donation remains the main reason for failure to donate and greater effort is still required to increase public awareness in the Kingdom  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc774 pmcid:PMC3332978 fatcat:m7z46vcr2nc2jgjglov5et4hsi

Respiratory effects of dexmedetomidine in the ICU

J Hell, RM Venn, R Cusack, A Rhodes, RM Grounds
2000 Critical Care  
Physicians should become more selective in the use of monitored beds and in the ordering of a work up to rule out PMI.  ...  Aims: To study the relationship between myocardial release of cTnI and myocardial cell death as assessed by the amount of apoptosis and necrosis after cardiac surgery.  ...  extreme heat and lack of seat belt use. 3) Family refusal for organ donation remains the main reason for failure to donate and greater effort is still required to increase public awareness in the Kingdom  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc913 pmcid:PMC3333117 fatcat:o3kxypaxfvbhbe2arsuoacufpe

Effect of mechanical ventilation and respiratory tract colonization on bronchial immunoglobulin A and G levels in ICU patients

A Kalopissi, X Katsenos, E Kremasmenou, A Anthi, K Mandragos, K Tergoglou, P Behrakis
2000 Critical Care  
Physicians should become more selective in the use of monitored beds and in the ordering of a work up to rule out PMI.  ...  Aims: To study the relationship between myocardial release of cTnI and myocardial cell death as assessed by the amount of apoptosis and necrosis after cardiac surgery.  ...  extreme heat and lack of seat belt use. 3) Family refusal for organ donation remains the main reason for failure to donate and greater effort is still required to increase public awareness in the Kingdom  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc815 pmcid:PMC3333019 fatcat:2j3ub5etxzhtvl44pndit2wuiy

How does major abdominal surgery induce procalcitonin and IL-6 in the postoperative period?

EK Karpel
2000 Critical Care  
Physicians should become more selective in the use of monitored beds and in the ordering of a work up to rule out PMI.  ...  Aims: To study the relationship between myocardial release of cTnI and myocardial cell death as assessed by the amount of apoptosis and necrosis after cardiac surgery.  ...  extreme heat and lack of seat belt use. 3) Family refusal for organ donation remains the main reason for failure to donate and greater effort is still required to increase public awareness in the Kingdom  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc789 pmcid:PMC3332993 fatcat:aoaa4vze3bbazesm767spdrgza

Bispectral index (BIS) monitoring of ICU patients on continuous infusion of sedatives and paralytics reduces sedative drug utilization and cost

LJ Kaplan, H Bailey
2000 Critical Care  
Physicians should become more selective in the use of monitored beds and in the ordering of a work up to rule out PMI.  ...  Aims: To study the relationship between myocardial release of cTnI and myocardial cell death as assessed by the amount of apoptosis and necrosis after cardiac surgery.  ...  extreme heat and lack of seat belt use. 3) Family refusal for organ donation remains the main reason for failure to donate and greater effort is still required to increase public awareness in the Kingdom  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc910 pmcid:PMC3333114 fatcat:tglfymat3jckpfzavpegqoylnm

Is the ecarin clotting time (ECT) a valid monitoring parameter for r-hirudin-based anticoagulation in continuous renal replacement therapy?

C v Heymann, O Vargas Hein, S Ziemer, P Sinha, T Schröder, J Nissen, M Lips, C Spies
2000 Critical Care  
Physicians should become more selective in the use of monitored beds and in the ordering of a work up to rule out PMI.  ...  Aims: To study the relationship between myocardial release of cTnI and myocardial cell death as assessed by the amount of apoptosis and necrosis after cardiac surgery.  ...  extreme heat and lack of seat belt use. 3) Family refusal for organ donation remains the main reason for failure to donate and greater effort is still required to increase public awareness in the Kingdom  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc756 fatcat:7nsu5fbxrjbhfahlhptzvd64ay

A comparison between oesophageal Doppler and continuous thermodilution for the measurement of cardiac output in critically ill patients

JR Wilkinson, C Ruff, SK Patel, RM Venn, A Rhodes, ED Bennett
2000 Critical Care  
Physicians should become more selective in the use of monitored beds and in the ordering of a work up to rule out PMI.  ...  Aims: To study the relationship between myocardial release of cTnI and myocardial cell death as assessed by the amount of apoptosis and necrosis after cardiac surgery.  ...  extreme heat and lack of seat belt use. 3) Family refusal for organ donation remains the main reason for failure to donate and greater effort is still required to increase public awareness in the Kingdom  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc729 pmcid:PMC3332933 fatcat:4ir7nibv5za47olxdif5z7kod4
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