New PDF release: Automation in Anesthesia — A Relief?: A Systematic Approach

By Annejet P. Meijler, J.E.W. Beneken

ISBN-10: 3540182047

ISBN-13: 9783540182047

ISBN-10: 3642729134

ISBN-13: 9783642729133

Describes an information Acquisition and exhibit method (DADS) for sufferer tracking in the course of anesthesia. It combines versatile facts presentation on colour monitors with a brand new alarm me- chanism and automatic list keeping.

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The momentary value of each plotted variable is given numerically at the rightmost pixel of the graph to which it corresponds. The vertical range of each variable is given in the upper left comer of the plot. It is possible to make the system generate coupled graphs (rods) for strongly correlated variables such as PSYS,MAP and PDIA which can be plotted together under the group name PART.

Writing itself is clearly a task where attention is diverted away from the patient; on the other hand it can be stated that writing down a value requires, initially an observation which subsequently enhances attention to the patient (Noel 1986). In most cases, the quality of the written record is rather poor and could benefit from automation; there may be other ways to keep attention focused on the patient. The usefulness of an automated anesthesia record was confirmed in many different ways and DADS (Chapter3) is suitable for the generation of such a record because of its data storage and retrieval capacity.

Chapter6) OK Centralized acquisition and easily surveyable display of all the currently presented patient signals should be realized. (Chapter3) OK It should be possible to couple DADS to the hospital information system, so that easy transfer of patient data from one system to another is possible. OK Automated presentation of ventilator, perfusor and other settings on the data display equipment should be included in centralized information presentation. (partly Chapter3) FLOW Centralized alarms and shopping lists for all parameters, including empty infusion bottles (Downing 1983) and pumps, should be provided for.

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