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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.  ...  Five different patients were measured with the spirometer and respiratory effort belts at the same time.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Finnish Cultural Foundation, North Ostrobothnia Regional Fund and International Doctoral Programme in Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics (iBioMEP) are gratefully acknowledged for  ... 
doi:10.5220/0005695000760082 dblp:conf/biostec/SeppanenAVAS16 fatcat:wbha3nhjivcthhnfs3xhtcoupi

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  
Five patients were measured with respiratory effort belts and mask spirometer.  ...  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  ...  Finnish Cultural Foundation, North Ostrobothnia Regional Fund and International Doctoral Programme in Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics (iBioMEP) are gratefully acknowledged for financial support  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-54717-6_19 fatcat:kf355qdasnhejhxwo25gitrtke

The Importance of Respiratory Rate Monitoring: From Healthcare to Sport and Exercise

Andrea Nicolò, Carlo Massaroni, Emiliano Schena, Massimo Sacchetti
2020 Sensors  
This review presents a multidisciplinary approach to respiratory monitoring, with the aim to improve the development and efficacy of respiratory monitoring services.  ...  However, respiratory rate is still too often not routinely monitored in these fields of use.  ...  ., the so-called "respiratory effort" is observed), the patient is diagnosed with OSA; otherwise, with CSA.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20216396 pmid:33182463 pmcid:PMC7665156 fatcat:7zc5n3zhpfba7d5d5asr6szeue

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

Annica Kristoffersson, Maria Lindén
2020 Information  
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  ...  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.  ...  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

Prospective comparison of sevoflurane and desflurane in formerly premature infants undergoing inguinal herniotomy

S.M. Sale, J.A. Read, P.A. Stoddart, A.R. Wolf
2006 British Journal of Anaesthesia  
Infants wake faster from general anaesthesia when maintained with desflurane as compared with sevoflurane, but no difference in postoperative respiratory events was demonstrated between the groups. 2006  ...  or in the number of apnoeas in the postoperative period (nine patients in group D and five patients in group S had apnoeas).  ...  Two patients were recruited but did not have postoperative study monitoring.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bja/ael100 pmid:16648152 fatcat:6wafiezhynfjdbyrkqyxg5wjme

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.  ...  Release of cTnI in the cardiac lymph (CL), coronary sinus (CS), and arterial blood (A) was related to postoperative myocardial cell death by both necrosis and apoptosis.  ...  Objectives: To study the cardiovascular and respiratory effects of a recruitment maneuver using PEEP in postoperative cardiac surgical patients.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc910 pmcid:PMC3333114 fatcat:tglfymat3jckpfzavpegqoylnm

Effects of Vagus Nerve Stimulation on Sleep-related Breathing in Epilepsy Patients

Mary Marzec, Jonathan Edwards, Oren Sagher, Gail Fromes, Beth A. Malow
2003 Epilepsia  
In addition, patient 7 had a study with esophageal pressure monitoring, and patient 1 had a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) trial.  ...  Follow-up studies: Esophageal pressure monitoring in patient 7 showed crescendos in esophageal pressure during VNS activation, supporting an obstructive pattern.  ...  This study was supported by: Cyberonics and NINDS KO2 NS02099.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1528-1157.2003.56202.x pmid:12823576 fatcat:am2dfxi4crgybn4jju5dm4sdcq

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.  ...  Release of cTnI in the cardiac lymph (CL), coronary sinus (CS), and arterial blood (A) was related to postoperative myocardial cell death by both necrosis and apoptosis.  ...  Objectives: To study the cardiovascular and respiratory effects of a recruitment maneuver using PEEP in postoperative cardiac surgical patients.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc756 fatcat:7nsu5fbxrjbhfahlhptzvd64ay

Electrical impedance tomography during major open upper abdominal surgery: a pilot-study

Maximilian S Schaefer, Viktoria Wania, Bea Bastin, Ursula Schmalz, Peter Kienbaum, Martin Beiderlinden, Tanja A Treschan
2014 BMC Anesthesiology  
Thus, we conducted a pilot-study and tested whether EIT is feasible in patients undergoing major open upper abdominal surgery.  ...  Conclusions: Despite a high belt position, monitoring of ventilation distribution is feasible in patients undergoing major open upper abdominal surgery lasting from 4 to 13 hours.  ...  In clinical practice EIT is mostly used in critically ill patients, like in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome, in order to optimize ventilator settings with the aim to reduce ventilator-induced  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2253-14-51 pmid:25018668 pmcid:PMC4094413 fatcat:j7r5xgxqszd2naxqqwthjamymu

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.  ...  In order to evaluate the maturity level of the top current achievements in wearable health-monitoring systems, a set of significant features, that best describe the functionality and the characteristics  ...  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

The effect of seizure spread to the amygdala on respiration and onset of ictal central apnea

William P. Nobis, Karina A. González Otárula, Jessica W. Templer, Elizabeth E. Gerard, Stephen VanHaerents, Gregory Lane, Guangyu Zhou, Joshua M. Rosenow, Christina Zelano, Stephan Schuele
2019 Journal of Neurosurgery  
The aim of this study was to analyze intracranial EEGs in combination with the results of respiratory monitoring to investigate the relationship between seizure spread to specific mesial temporal brain  ...  OBJECTIVESudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP) is the leading cause of death for patients with refractory epilepsy, and there is increasing evidence for a centrally mediated respiratory depression  ...  Epilepsy (CURE) (Taking Flight Award) and a pilot grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Center for SUDEP Research (CSR).  ... 
doi:10.3171/2019.1.jns183157 pmid:30952127 pmcid:PMC8022327 fatcat:2l5pgetytnf45klbi4odakcgoa

Recent development of respiratory rate measurement technologies

Haipeng Liu, John Allen, Dingchang Zheng, Fei Chen
2019 Physiological Measurement  
In order to make RR monitoring simple to perform, reliable and accurate, many different methods have been proposed for such automatic monitoring.  ...  In addition, current works are summarized to suggest key directions for the development of future RR monitoring methodologies.  ...  In a pilot study including eight patients in the postoperative anesthesia care unit (PACU), the FMCW radar derived RR during mechanical and spontaneous ventilations with the errors of −0.12 ± 0.83 bpm  ... 
doi:10.1088/1361-6579/ab299e pmid:31195383 fatcat:6emlkclrovcavegvsbzche2vhu

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  
Methods: Pediatric dental patients requiring moderate sedation with American Society of Anesthesiologists (I or II) or Brodsky classification (grade 1 and 2) were identified, recruited, separated in groups  ...  Although children who snored during sedation had a nominally higher respiratory disturbance index (RDI) (mean = 5.3 vs. 4.3), this difference was not statistically significant (p > 0.7).  ...  heart rate and respiratory effort recorded with a chest belt and a recording unit.  ... 
doi:10.15331/jdsm.7068 fatcat:2s7bdxhffjdqvgloeepe4ugsw4

Ventilation in patients with intra-abdominal hypertension: what every critical care physician needs to know

Adrian Regli, Paolo Pelosi, Manu L. N. G. Malbrain
2019 Annals of Intensive Care  
This review will focus on how to deal with the respiratory derangements in critically ill patients with IAH.  ...  Protective lung ventilation with low tidal volumes in patients with respiratory failure and IAH is important. Abdominal-thoracic pressure transmission is around 50%.  ...  A pilot study in 14 mechanically ventilated patients with ARDS showed that the application of an abdominal Velcro belt increased IAP from 8.6 to 15.4 mmHg with a concomitant increase in alveolar plateau  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13613-019-0522-y pmid:31025221 pmcid:PMC6484068 fatcat:2akos2jjubdc3lrialayuol7va

A Randomized, Prospective, Double-Blinded Study of Physostigmine to Prevent Sedation-Induced Ventilatory Arrhythmias

Suzanne B. Karan, Elia Rackovsky, William A. Voter, Jason A. Kanel, Nick Farris, Joshua Jensen, Lynn Liu, Denham S. Ward
2015 Anesthesia and Analgesia  
Moderate sedation was achieved with infusions of midazolam and remifentanil and monitored with full and processed electroencephalogram.  ...  We investigated whether physostigmine was effective in decreasing the frequency of ventilatory arrhythmias produced during moderate sedation with midazolam and remifentanil during the conditions of breathing  ...  of Psychology and Director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program, University of Pennsylvania, and Wilfred Pigeon, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, University of Rochester, for their advice in  ... 
doi:10.1213/ane.0000000000000834 pmid:26200465 fatcat:byook2x3traexbc4i44sy2ngxa
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