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A Personal Medical Digital Assistant Agent for Supporting Human Operators in Emergency Scenarios [chapter]

Angelo Croatti, Sara Montagna, Alessandro Ricci
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, after discussing some general aspects of this kind of personal agents, we describe a concrete case study in healthcare, about trauma documentation and management in Emergency Department-a  ...  project developed in cooperation with the Trauma Center of the "M.  ...  That is, they recall and write down in prose the main facts of the trauma resuscitation process, documenting from memory and not real-time.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-70887-4_4 fatcat:fvp7evmlrjetbb3dayzfqkxjxu

Evaluation of RFID Technology to Capture Surgeon Arrival Time to Meet American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma Verification Guidelines

Heather Lyu, Nicholas Faoro, Meghan McDonald, Molly Jarman, Kevin Kreitzman, Ali Salim, Adam Landman
2019 ACI Open  
Nursing documentation of trauma surgeon attendance occurred 83% of the time (n = 81), with 81% (n = 79) in compliance within 15 minutes of code trauma activation.  ...  Arrival times for surgeons using manual nursing documentation and RFID activation were collected from October 2017 through March 2018.  ...  Acknowledgment We thank Lorraine Fenelon from the BWH information systems team for managing the implementation of the RFID system.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0039-1684003 fatcat:teimivhhpvdflm3wl6intkhila

A Paper-Digital Interface for Information Capture and Display in Time-Critical Medical Work

Aleksandra Sarcevic, Nadir Weibel, James Hollan, Randall Burd
2012 Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare  
Our results showed the potential for digital pen technology in supporting teamwork in the dynamic and safety-critical setting of the trauma bay, but also revealed several limitations of this technology  ...  We conducted a study in a pediatric trauma center to elicit design requirements for the TraumaPen system-a mixed paper-digital interface using a digital pen and a wall display-to support situation awareness  ...  Real-Time Documentation vs. Real-Time Presentation Our evaluation studies revealed an apparent disconnect between real-time documentation and presentation.  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.pervasivehealth.2012.248674 dblp:conf/ph/SarcevicWHB12 fatcat:rfkibuweknconacpfbdxlr47by

Making your geriatric and palliative programs a strength: TQIP guideline implementation and the VRC perspective

Vanessa P Ho, Sasha D Adams, Kathleen M O'Connell, Christine S Cocanour, Saman Arbabi, Elisabeth B Powelson, Zara Cooper, Deborah M Stein
2021 Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open  
To help standardize and elevate care of these patients, the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Trauma Quality Improvement Program's best practice guidelines for geriatric trauma management was published  ...  in 2013 and that for palliative care was published in 2017.  ...  attend weekly multidisciplinary trauma meetings to identify opportunities to improve in real-time.  ... 
doi:10.1136/tsaco-2021-000677 pmid:34337156 pmcid:PMC8286789 fatcat:32kcvmrdjzdodn4gcz7qcu6ytm

Nurses' Role in the Joint Theater Trauma System

Stephen E. Fecura, Cathy M. Martin, Kathleen D. Martin, Rose M. Bolenbaucher, Tracy Cotner-Pouncy
2008 Journal of Trauma Nursing  
Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 1 hour per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching data sources, gathering and maintaining  ...  the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information.  ...  in real-time changes in policies.  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.jtn.0000343321.70334.c9 pmid:19092505 fatcat:dslyisoe45agnhmvorekys277a

Analysis of eye-tracking behaviours in a pediatric trauma simulation

Omar Damji, Patricia Lee-Nobbee, David Borkenhagen, Adam Cheng
2018 CJEM: Canadian Journal of Emergency Medical Care  
Eye tracking within trauma simulation may provide new insights into quality improvement and inform advancements in pediatric trauma.  ...  We aimed to determine the feasibility of using eye tracking and to characterize eye tracking behaviours of pediatric emergency medicine physicians during management of a simulated pediatric trauma patient  ...  For each fixation, the start time of fixation, duration, and end-time of fixation were documented.  ... 
doi:10.1017/cem.2018.450 pmid:30295219 fatcat:irmf6jcjcjhc3pyktdqzfvjsr4

Utility of an orthopaedic trauma registry in Ghana

Elissa K. Butler, Dominic Konadu-Yeboah, Peter Konadu, Dominic Awariyah, Charles N. Mock
2021 Ghana Medical Journal  
In most low- and middle-income countries, trauma registries are uncommon.  ...  In conclusion, it is practical and sustainable to institute a locally developed, self-funded orthopaedic trauma registry in Ghana that provides data with reasonable quality.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The analysis of the data for this manuscript and the writing of the manuscript were funded in part by grants 5T32HD057822 and D43-TW007267 from the US National Institutes of Health.  ... 
doi:10.4314/gmj.v55i3.6 pmid:35950175 pmcid:PMC9334940 fatcat:mocoyd2hpra3lnas4tcagvuu54

Page 61 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 29, Issue 4 [page]

1995 The Information Management Journal  
But the choice of a classification system is less important than that RECORDS MANAGEMENT QUARTERLY - OCTOBER 1995 (— SOFTWARE for DOS/LAN/WINDOWS OS2/UNIX/VMS-. .File/Document Tracking Systems .Box & Box  ...  Of course, the real goal!  ... 

Applying trauma systems concepts to humanitarian battlefield care: a qualitative analysis of the Mosul trauma pathway

Kent Garber, Adam L. Kushner, Sherry M. Wren, Paul H. Wise, Paul B. Spiegel
2020 Conflict and Health  
Source document reviews were also conducted.  ...  Trauma systems have been shown to save lives in military and civilian settings, but their use by humanitarians in conflict settings has been more limited.  ...  The study was retrospective, as the authors did not directly observe the trauma response in real-time.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13031-019-0249-2 pmid:32042308 pmcid:PMC7001520 fatcat:rdllxntuzfe3nex3enxwif35ry

Detection of Missed Injuries in a Pediatric Trauma Center With the Addition of Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

Julia Resler, Jodi Hackworth, Erin Mayo, Thomas M. Rouse
2014 Journal of Trauma Nursing  
Missed injuries contribute to increased morbidity in trauma patients. A retrospective chart review was conducted of pediatric trauma patients from 2010 to 2013 with a documented missed injury.  ...  The increase is thought to be due to improvement in charting, consistent personnel performing tertiary examinations, and improved radiology reads of outside films.  ...  The new format helps the trauma registrar and/or process improvement specialist identify the missed injuries and track real-time issues that need to be addressed not only in specific patient management  ... 
doi:10.1097/jtn.0000000000000080 pmid:25397332 fatcat:4ir3o46xo5c6nb4mlgzbsbgaqq

A Casualty Tracking System Modeled After Air Traffic Control Methodology Employed in a Combat Support Hospital in Iraq

Ross F. Graham, Jason D. Hoskins, Michael P. Cortijo, George A. Barbee, Les R. Folio, Clifford C. Lutz
2011 Military medicine  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank LTC Jeffrey Blue, MD, 47th CSH ER Department Chief, for his assistance in implementing the MCTA in deployed operations and Lucas Folio for his assistance in constructing  ...  Additionally, patient information (status changes, radiology or lab updates, etc.) can be updated in real-time on the PDS.  ...  PDS documentation colored in blue accented patient updates and status changes.  ... 
doi:10.7205/milmed-d-10-00386 pmid:21456347 fatcat:qrb52a236ff2tffyyspqnifvai

ICT-Enabled Time-Critical Clinical Practices: Examining the Affordances of an Information Processing Solution

Leonard Hoon, Felix Ter Chian Tan, Rajesh Vasa, Kon Mouzakis, Mark Fitzgerald
2015 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
This addresses a knowledge gap surrounding the role and impact of ICT in the delivery of quality improvements to processes and culture in time-critical environments, amid increasing expenditure on ICT  ...  This work outlines Information and Communications Technology (ICT) affordances and their actualisations in time-critical clinical practices to enable better information processing.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the team at the Trauma Centre, The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, and all other participating agencies for their kind support for our research.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v19i0.1146 fatcat:hrgvdjolzjbhvdqyelvjeizykq

Infection Control for Critically Ill Trauma Patients

Heather L. Evans, Elizabeth McNamara, John B. Lynch, Jeannie D. Chan, Mark Taylor, Timothy H. Dellit
2012 Critical Care Nursing Quarterly  
We describe a multidisciplinary approach to infection control in the critically ill trauma patient with a special focus on ventilator-associated pneumonia at a level 1 trauma and burn center.  ...  care of the critically ill trauma patient.  ...  , including placement of oral care kits at the bedside, tracking of head-of-bed compliance over time, and tracking of spine clearance cases.  ... 
doi:10.1097/cnq.0b013e3182542d18 pmid:22668997 fatcat:7hbjrmizxnad5lm6xz4y5sj5t4

Mass Casualty Incident Management

Salman Ahmad
2018 Missouri medicine  
This update will review lessons learned from recent events and discuss current research that healthcare providers should be familiar with when managing MCI's.  ...  Preparation and training is required by any health system to minimize the loss of life and maximize patient recovery.  ...  We compared Panacea© with their standard of care Iron Sights© GPS system used for geotracking of incident markers and found our system to be more efficient in providing real-time actionable intelligence  ... 
pmid:30385995 pmcid:PMC6205284 fatcat:5j6yn25irrfn3esduadkvbwgj4

An advanced practice registered nurse (APRN)-led initiative to improve post-splenectomy education and vaccine follow-up in adult trauma patients

Allison Andersen
2018 Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine  
The APRN is in an ideal role to lead practice change in trauma and critical care populations.  ...  In 36 months, 12,086 trauma patients were observed in a before and after comparison of post-splenectomy care. Forty-seven patients underwent splenectomy following trauma.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to acknowledge asplenia workgroup: S Asad, MD; A Chavarria, APRN; F Simon, PharmD; and the trauma surgeons with the UNLV School of Medicine for their support of this  ... 
doi:10.21037/jeccm.2018.11.09 fatcat:xfmhocknang7rodrn5ycy2hwpm
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