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Title A Vital Sign Monitoring System for a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Author(s) J. Kairouz; A. Lam; A. S. Malowany; F. A. Carnevale; R. D Gottesman
Source Proceedings of the 1994 IEEE Seventh Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, Pages 217-222
ISBN 0-8186-6257-3
Publisher IEEE Computer Society Press
Publication Date 1994
Abstract A vital sign monitoring system was developed for the Patient Data Management System (PDMS) of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at Montreal Children's Hospital. Fourteen bedside monitors were linked via a Local Area Network (LAN) to a personal computer acting as a medical, nursing, and administrative decision support tool. This paper discusses the implementation of the Expert Monitoring System (EMS) module of the PDMS and some evaluation results for the expert system. [The system is implemented on an IBM PS/2 Model 80 with an 8514 display running the OS/2 operating system.]


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