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Live streaming ward rounds using wearable technology to teach medical students: a pilot study

Tobias Mill, Shefali Parikh, Archie Allen, Gemma Dart, Daniel Lee, Charlotte Richardson, Keith Howell, Andrew Lewington
2021 BMJ Simulation and Tecnnology Enhanced Learning  
To address this problem while maintaining patient safety, this pilot study explored the feasibility of using a wearable headset to live stream teaching ward rounds to remotely based medical students.MethodsThree  ...  Live streamed ward rounds have potential postpandemic implications for the judicious use of resources, and the possibility for few educationally minded clinicians to teach at scale in a patient-friendly  ...  The same technologies used for live streaming ward rounds in a hospital can be used for healthcare delivery or vice versa.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjstel-2021-000864 pmid:35520979 pmcid:PMC8154297 fatcat:a2k52n5ky5ebdla34x6soxiw6m

A Wearable Personal Assistant for Surgeons – Design, Evaluation, and Future Prospects

Shahram Jalaliniya, Thomas Pederson, Diako Mardanbegi
2017 EAI Endorsed Transactions on Pervasive Health and Technology  
We also report on the utility of such a device for orthopedic surgeons in hospitals.  ...  In this paper, we present our body-and-mind-centric approach for the design of wearable personal assistants (WPAs) motivated by the fact that such devices are likely to play an increasing role in everyday  ...  We thank Sanne Jensen at the ITX hospital simulation facility as well as MD Ulrik Käehler Olesen, Dept. of Traumatology and Orthopedic Surgery, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen.  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.7-9-2017.153066 fatcat:yl6hhgr76ffjrkaa43qugnxzpi

Accuracy and Acceptability of Wearable Motion Tracking Smartwatches for Inpatient Monitoring [article]

Chaiyawan Auepanwiriyakul, Sigourney Waibel, Joanna Songa, Paul Bentley, Aldo A. Faisal
2020 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
: Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) within an everyday consumer smartwatch offer a convenient and low-cost method to monitor the natural behaviour of hospital patients.  ...  a clinical test in which patients wore smartwatches for 1.5-24 hours in the second study.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank Balasundaram Kadirvelu for his advice and his help in setting up the experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.07.24.20160663 fatcat:vbiju2qcsjf7hlu6m5qdzyztcu

Accuracy and Acceptability of Wearable Motion Tracking for Inpatient Monitoring Using Smartwatches

Chaiyawan Auepanwiriyakul, Sigourney Waibel, Joanna Songa, Paul Bentley, A. Aldo Faisal
2020 Sensors  
Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) within an everyday consumer smartwatch offer a convenient and low-cost method to monitor the natural behaviour of hospital patients.  ...  a clinical test in which patients wore smartwatches for 1.5–24 h in the second study.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank Balasundaram Kadirvelu for his advice and his help in setting up the experiments.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20247313 pmid:33352717 fatcat:227dd55jdndhngxjuifeoued44

A Healthcare Support System for Assisted Living Facilities: An IoT Solution

Fulvio Corno, Luigi De Russis, Alberto Monge Roffarello
2016 2016 IEEE 40th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)  
We performed a functional test with two professional caregivers, and we deployed the system in an ALF in Italy for 36 hours, collecting the opinions of the involved caregivers and inhabitants.  ...  The solution combines wearable and mobile technologies to improve assistance requests and anomaly detection.  ...  Frassati, the municipality of Turin, and all the healthcare assistants and inhabitants that voluntarily participated in the experimental evaluation for their time and collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1109/compsac.2016.29 dblp:conf/compsac/CornoRR16 fatcat:lzt5bnibundxvmyxchf7qzs2zm

A Conceptual System on Ubiquitous Cardiovascular Health-Care System (UCHS)

Soobia Saeed
2019 Sir Syed Research Journal of Engineering & Technology  
Theresearch study presents a model of a wearable UCHS, using anElectrocardiogram (ECG) and oxygen saturation (SpO2) sensors.The model suggests an uninterruptible healthcare system basedon the ubiquitous  ...  The physiological measurements of ECG data andother body activities data are transmitted for remote monitoringto the doctor's ubiquitous wearable device through the basestation, based on the ad-hoc network  ...  thanks of gratitude to the Department of Computer Science, Newport Institute of Communication and Economics, Institute of Business Management-IOBM, Ilma University and the University of Sindh, Jamshooro, for  ... 
doi:10.33317/ssurj.v9i1.109 fatcat:kpkxnj4whbbunp4fyr2et4qpx4

Evaluation of a wearable computer system for telemonitoring in a critical environment

Peter Weller, Leila Rakhmetova, Qi Ma, Gerlinde Mandersloot
2009 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
Permanent repository link: http://openaccess.city.ac.uk/2751/ Link to published version: http://dx.Abstract This paper reports on the evaluation of a wearable computer system designed for use in a critical  ...  environment, namely the intensive care unit of a hospital.  ...  Carlsson et al. described a system based on wearable technology for assisting in ward rounds although limited evaluation reported [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-009-0231-x fatcat:ykrqrnibq5eljc5smi4x7i3ena

Expectations of Continuous Vital Signs Monitoring for Recognizing Complications After Esophagectomy: Interview Study Among Nurses and Surgeons

Mathilde van Rossum, Jobbe Leenen, Feike Kingma, Martine Breteler, Richard van Hillegersberg, Jelle Ruurda, Ewout Kouwenhoven, Marc van Det, Misha Luyer, Grard Nieuwenhuijzen, Cor Kalkman, Hermie Hermens
2021 JMIR Perioperative Medicine  
To support early recognition of clinical deterioration, wireless sensor technologies that enable continuous vital signs monitoring in a ward setting are emerging.  ...  Patients undergoing esophagectomy are at serious risk of developing postoperative complications.  ...  Furthermore, wireless monitoring has been proposed as a promising aid in other settings, for example, to assist in-or out-of-hospital monitoring of isolated patients during the current COVID-19 pandemic  ... 
doi:10.2196/22387 pmid:33576743 pmcid:PMC7910120 fatcat:iqi4l7opr5cgrmkadm5cmgavk4

An Empirical Study on Engineering a Real-World Smart Ward Using Pervasive Technologies

Chun-Feng Liao, Yu-Chun Yen, Yu-Chiao Huang, Li-Chen Fu
2018 IEEE Systems Journal  
This paper reports our progress and lessons learned from designing and deploying a pervasive healthcare system that runs persistently for more than six months in a real-world smart ward of National Taiwan  ...  Based on the results of field interview and questionnaires, we believe that this work is a milestone of a persistently running pervasive healthcare system deployed in a hospital.  ...  They presented the design principles for applying context-aware computing in a hospital and further shared the experiences coming from a real-world deployment of pervasive technologies in a hospital environment  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsyst.2016.2606129 fatcat:x6lfgf5pnnehnlid6djnozhgxm

Handheld versus wearable interaction design for professionals

Allan Stisen, Henrik Blunck, Mikkel Baun Kjærgaard, Kaj Grønbæk
2014 Proceedings of the 26th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference on Designing Futures the Future of Design - OzCHI '14  
Another example of a wearable system in a hospital context focuses on supporting hospital ward rounds [1] .  ...  Mobile-Ward is an example of such a study; it centers around an application supporting mobile information access in a hospital ward, in a context-aware manner [26] .  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank the orderlies at HO1, HO2 and Systematic for their help and valuable feedback and Nervo Xavier Verdezoto for his valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2686612.2686651 dblp:conf/ozchi/StisenBKG14 fatcat:zvdkmdh4prh7tlak6gnu5bzmga

How Much Time are Physicians and Nurses Spending Together at the Patient Bedside

Adam X Sang, Rebecca L Tisdale, Derek Nielsen, Silvia Loica-Mersa, Travis Miller, Ian Chong, Lisa Shieh
2019 Journal of Hospital Medicine  
Bedside rounding involving both nurses and physicians has numerous benefits for patients and staff.  ...  The authors also wish to extend their appreciation to Gretchen Brown, MSN RN NEA-BC, for her support. Finally, the authors would like to thank Dr.  ...  workflow development, quality improvement projects, or even hospital design.  ... 
doi:10.12788/jhm.3204 pmid:31112496 fatcat:hahbsweb6nb6jleuowivzlmscq

Supporting caregivers in assisted living facilities for persons with disabilities: a user study

Sebastián Aced López, Fulvio Corno, Luigi De Russis
2015 Universal Access in the Information Society  
homes, especially the elderly, and supporting nurses and physicians in hospitals.  ...  However, few papers focus on designing specific systems for supporting caregivers that work with persons with disabilities in the context of assisted living facilities (ALFs).  ...  Frassati, and all the caregivers that voluntarily participated in the focus groups for their time and collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10209-014-0400-1 fatcat:eiovu4ceszd5lnbavp7tno6pza

Research protocol for the validation of a new portable technology for real-time continuous monitoring of Early Warning Score (EWS) in hospital practice and for an early-stage multistakeholder assessment

Stefania Manetti, Milena Vainieri, Elisa Guidotti, Sara Zuccarino, Francesca Ferré, Maria Sole Morelli, Michele Emdin
2020 BMJ Open  
This research protocol aims to design an early-stage assessment of the multidimensional impact induced by UBICARE within the IT-NHS alongside technology validation in a hospital ward.Methods and analysisThe  ...  A mixed-method study will be applied to incorporate to the validation study a multistakeholder perspective, including perceived patient experiences and preferences, and facilitate technology adoption.  ...  ., and Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies for their constant support and suggestions. Authors would also like to thank Dr Giovanna Macrì for her valuable feedback during study design and conduction.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-040738 pmid:33273048 fatcat:s4u6veyty5fafpmipywd5kob2y

Rapid response systems

Patrick G. Lyons, Dana P. Edelson, Matthew M. Churpek
2018 Resuscitation  
Introduction-Rapid response systems are commonly employed by hospitals to identify and respond to deteriorating patients outside of the intensive care unit.  ...  early landmark study in 2004, Priestley et al. reported a ward-randomized trial showing that an RRS reduced hospital mortality. 59 However, in 2005, the Medical Early Response Intervention and Therapy  ...  Rationale and Development of Rapid Response Systems A nontrivial number of hospitalized patients -ranging from 3% to 9% -experience clinical deterioration, defined as movement "from one clinical state  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.resuscitation.2018.05.013 pmid:29777740 pmcid:PMC6147149 fatcat:j4utg76x5fa47a47xxzbr6yfbu

Patient attitudes towards remote continuous vital signs monitoring on general surgery wards: An interview study

C.L. Downey, J.M. Brown, D.G. Jayne, R. Randell
2018 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
Funding This review is independent research arising from a Doctoral Research Fellowship (Candice Downey, DRF-2016-09-03) supported by the National Institute for Health  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge assistance from the NIHR Healthcare Technologies Cooperative in Colorectal Therapies.  ...  ") on two surgical wards at a single large teaching hospital in England.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2018.03.014 pmid:29673603 fatcat:jns3o3xmjjctrn3d4bcjvxn2nu
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