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Computerized algorithms for evaluating prehospital care
by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Dept. of Health & Human Services, National Center for Health Services Research, National Technical Information Service, [distributor in [Washington, D.C.?], Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, National Center for Health Services Research, University of Pittsburgh. Health Operations Research Group|
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Therefore, in order to develop more accurate prehospital protocols and algorithms for remote triage, we created a robust system for recording patient injuries, vital signs, interventions, and outcome. When they answer butter, you tell them to go wash it off and then explain the proper way to care for a burn. For the algorithms to be successful, the writers of the pathways need to be committed to continually looking at evidence and updating the algorithm as needed. They must train staff on changes and give solid explanations for the changes.
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Get this from a library. Computerized algorithms for evaluating prehospital care. [United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.; National Center for Health Services Research.; University of Pittsburgh.
Health Operations Research Group.;]. Algorithm Charts for Prehospital Emergency Care: Medicine & Health Science Books @ This study represents a comprehensive evaluation of computerized algorithms for a prehospital STEMI diagnosis using three computerized algorithms compared for diagnostic accuracy and clinical outcomes.
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Study objectives: To test diagnostic performance for acute cardiac ischemia (ACI) in a manually calculated and in a computerized, ECG-calculated ACI time-insensitive predictive instrument (ACI-TIPI) in prehospital chest pain s: We carried out prospective inclusion and data acquisition with retrospective analysis.
Over a 6-month period, adult emergency medical services. The algorithms drive patient-facing applications that improve care management after a patient leaves the hospital. Patients access it on their own mobile device or a kit provided by the firm.
Prenotification of a stroke patient's arrival by EMS personnel can shorten the time before the patient is seen for initial evaluation by a physician in the emergency department, shorten the time to brain imaging, and increase the use of IV recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (rt-PA).
10, 25, 26 Thus, prehospital notification is recommended. Introduction. Chest pain is a common symptom for contacting the general practitioner (GP). During office hours, % of all consultations and 4% of all new episodes are related to chest pain.
1–5 The highest frequency of chest pain consultations is in the age category 45 to 64 years, with notable differences between men and women in its presentation. 1 3 4 6 The initial task for GPs is. Finally, prehospital stroke algorithms for transport and triage literature were included in the review.
Results. Our search yielded articles on MEDLINE, of those, 34 were duplicates, 45 were editorials, and 59 were original research articles. Of those original research, further 25 were rejected based off title, 13 were rejected based off.
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Within its structured environment, students practice what they learn, test their understanding, and pursue a personalized study plan that helps them better absorb course material and understand difficult concepts. Prehospital lead ECGs were sent by cellular telephone to a base station where they were interpreted in real time by a physician and subsequently digitally stored in a computer for later analysis.
The final patient diagnosis was determined by prehospital, ED, and hospital chart review by a team of trained nurse investigators and confirmed by. The algorithms are organized by organ systems as well as by sign, symptom, problem, or laboratory test.
Each algorithm is clearly presented and comprehensively assists readers in considering a wide range of diagnoses. Short descriptions explaining the various steps in the decision-making process of the algorithms are provided on separate s: Evaluation of an algorithm for estimating a patient's life threat risk from an ambulance call.
Utilizing a computer algorithm, information from calls to an ambulance service was used to calculate the risk of patients being in a life-threatening condition (life threat risk), at the time of the call.
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Let’s face it, we know that machine learning isn’t an easy s: Objective Secondary telephone triage to divert low-acuity patients to alternative non-ambulance services before ambulance arrival has been trialled in the UK and USA as a management strategy to cope with the increase in ambulance demand.
The objective of this systematic review was to examine the literature on the structure, safety and success of secondary triage systems. Objective. We describe the development, validation, and deployment of the Automated Processing of Physiologic Registry for Assessment of Injury Severity (APPRAISE) platform, intended to serve as a test bed to help evaluate the performance of decision-support algorithms in a prehospital environment.The International Association for the Surgery of Trauma and Surgical Intensive Care was founded in Its goal is to provide a forum for exchanging information and developing new knowledge in the ﬁeld of trauma surgery and surgical intensive care, whether by clinical.().
P REHOSPITAL A DMINISTRATION OF M ORPHINE FOR I SOLATED E XTREMITY I NJURIES: A C HANGE IN P ROTOCOL R EDUCES T IME TO M EDICATION. Prehospital Emergency Care: Vol. 6, No. 4, pp.