Monitoring, Physiologic

[Portable Epileptic Seizure Monitoring Intelligent System Based on Android System].

Publication Date: 
Jul 06, 2016

The clinical electroencephalogram (EEG) monitoring systems based on personal computer system can not meet the requirements of portability and home usage. The epilepsy patients have to be monitored in hospital for an extended period of time, which imposes a heavy burden on hospitals.

The Performance of a Mobile Phone Respiratory Rate Counter Compared to the WHO ARI Timer.

Publication Date: 
Mar 25, 2016

OBJECTIVE: To compare the accuracy and efficiency of the respiratory rate (RR) RRate mobile application to the WHO ARI Timer.

Assessing the Impact of Telemedicine on Nursing Care in Intensive Care Units.

Publication Date: 
Jan 02, 2016

BACKGROUND: Information on the impact of tele-intensive care on nursing and priority areas of nursing care is limited.

OBJECTIVES: To conduct a national benchmarking survey of nurses working in intensive care telemedicine facilities in the United States.

Heart Failure Telemonitoring in Japan and Sweden: A Cross-Sectional Survey.

Publication Date: 
Nov 14, 2015

BACKGROUND: Telemonitoring of heart failure (HF) patients is increasingly discussed at conferences and addressed in research. However, little is known about actual use in specific countries.

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Pilot program on distance training in spirometry testing - the technology feasibility study.

Publication Date: 
Nov 12, 2015

INTRODUCTION: Office spirometry has been widely used in recent years by general practitioners in primary care setting, thus the need for stricter monitoring of the quality of spirometry has been recognized.

A Standards-Based Architecture Proposal for Integrating Patient mHealth Apps to Electronic Health Record Systems.

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Publication Date: 
Oct 09, 2015

BACKGROUND: Mobile health Applications (mHealth Apps) are opening the way to patients' responsible and active involvement with their own healthcare management.

Interactive telemedicine: effects on professional practice and health care outcomes.

Publication Date: 
Oct 01, 2015

BACKGROUND: Telemedicine (TM) is the use of telecommunication systems to deliver health care at a distance. It has the potential to improve patient health outcomes, access to health care and reduce healthcare costs.