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Title A Patient-centric, Internet-based Application for the Data Management of a Multi-centre Respiratory Syncytial Virus Prophylaxis Program
Author(s) Paul Barton BSc, Marianne Bracht RN, Marilyn Cranis RN, Brenda O’Doherty RN, Marguerite Dennis RN, Andrew James MBChB FRACP FRCPC, Karel O’Brien MBBch FRCPC
Source AMIA 2007 Symposium Proceedings, Pages 867-867
ISBN 0-9647743-4-8
Publication Date November 2007
Abstract The success of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) prophylaxis programs is partially dependent upon meticulous, comprehensive tracking of at risk infants, and excellent data management. We designed and built an integrated, shared, user driven but infant-centric data management application that enables an infant’s healthcare provider to determine an infant’s RSV prophylaxis status throughout the RSV season. The security and confidentiality of each infant’s information is protected by rigorous integrity constraints that have been integrated into the database schema.

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