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Computers in Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine

Author: P M Osswald
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1985.
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The anesthetist-computer interface tends to be a problem for the utilization of computer systems for anesthesia. Ergonomic interface design with an emphasis on the coherency of the interface's static and dynamic structure may improve this situation. To investigate this proposition we developed an Anesthesia Information System (AIS) with a touch-sensitive monitor as the hardware-user interface. Basic data input and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: P M Osswald
ISBN: 9783642700682 3642700683
OCLC Number: 851794229
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 340 pages 197 illustrations)
Contents: Application of Computer Systems in Critical Care --
On-line Cardiovascular Applications of Microcomputers in Intensive Care --
Organizing and Analyzing Clinical Information Using Table-Based, Graphics-Oriented, Interactive Computer Systems --
An Attempt to Solve the 'Information Explosion' in an Intensive Care Ward --
Towards a Coherent Structure of the Anesthetist --
Computer Interface --
Effect of Different Ventilation Patterns on the Intracranial Pressure in Neurologic Patients with Mechanical Ventilation --
Computer Applications in Pulmonary Function Testing --
The Assessment of Gas Exchange by Automated Analysis of O2 and CO2 Alveolar to Arterial Differences: 3 Years-Experience in Respiratory Clinical Physiology --
Computers in Experimental Pathophysiological Research --
Data Bases in Acute Medicine --
Computerized Clinical Records in the Neurosurgical ICU with Self-updating of Some Biological Data --
Organization and Analysis of Data from Patients with Trauma and Hemorrhage --
Computer Assisted ICU Monitoring --
Automatic Signal Analysis and Prediction in Intensive Medical Care --
Artifact Processing in a Computerized Intensive Care Unit --
Personal Computers for Gas Exchange Measurements in the ICU --
Integration of a New Computer HP 9816S in the Pulmonary Calculator System HP 47804S Advantages of Using the Screen for Graphic Presentation of Flow-Volume Curves --
Measurement of Oxygen Uptake with a New Method --
A Microcomputerassisted System for the Monitoring of Cardiorespiratory Variables in the Critically Ill --
Selective Lung Ventilation --
Automated Anesthetic Record Keeping --
Computer Aided Methods to Predict Perioperative Risks --
New Tasks for Medical Informatics? --
Artificial Intelligence: the Expert Systems Approach to Medical Consultation --
Expert Consultation Systems in Medicine --
The Importance of Using a Computer to Provide Pediatric Anesthesia and Emergency Drug Information and Treatment Regimens in the Clinical Setting --
Computer Systems in Artificial Ventilations (New Techniques) --
Series Dead Space Volume Assessed as the Mean Value of a Distribution Function --
Evaluation of Indices for Respiratory Mechanics from an Automated System --
Mathematical Modelling for Prediction of Optimal Ventilator Settings --
Indications for the Application of Closed Loop Systems in Perioperative Medicine --
Glucose-Insulin-Potassium Therapy Guided by a Glucose-Controlled Insulin Infusion System in Acute Myocardial Infarction --
Changes in Monitoring Methods Caused by the Use of Intelligent Bedside Equipment --
Automated Arrhythmia Detection in Intensive Care --
Monitoring Intracranial Pressure --
Nuisance to, or Advantages for, Ward Personnel --
Computerized Neuromonitoring --
Computer-Assisted Monitoring of Intracranial Pressure in Stroke --
Microprocessor-Controlled Registration and Evaluation of Respiratory Pressure-Volume Diagrams in ICUs --
NAPROS --
A semiautomatic and easy to use anaesthetic record system --
A Real Time Pattern Recognition Program for Continuous Processing of Cardiovascular Biosignals --
Microcomputer-Assisted ICP Monitoring in Neurological Patients.
Responsibility: edited by Peter Michael Osswald.

Abstract:

The anesthetist-computer interface tends to be a problem for the utilization of computer systems for anesthesia. Ergonomic interface design with an emphasis on the coherency of the interface's static and dynamic structure may improve this situation. To investigate this proposition we developed an Anesthesia Information System (AIS) with a touch-sensitive monitor as the hardware-user interface. Basic data input and system control techniques were defined and implemented. Record keeping is integrated into the user interface. Ventilator control from the same interface is an additional feature for laboratory simulations. The system is being evaluated using a technique that simulates live operations. References Anthony J (1982) BAS - A major change coming in delivery. IEEE EMB 1 (1): 36-42 Apple HP, Schneider AJL, Fadel J (1982) Design and evaluation of a semiautomatic anesthesia record system. Med lnstrum 16 (1): 69-71 Arnell WJ, Schultz DG (1983) Computers in anesthesiology - a look ahead. Med Instrum 17 (6): 393-395 Bender HJ, Osswald PM, Hartung HJ, Lutz H (1983) On line - Erfassung haemodynamischer und respiratorischer GraBen in der Anaesthesie. Anaesth Intensivther Notfallmed 18: 37-40 Cooper JB et al. (1982) A graphics-tablet for data entry in computer assisted recordkeeping Proc.

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