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Completeness in the recording of vital signs in ambulances increases over time.

In 2006, the North Denmark Region implemented the electronic prehospital patient medical record (PPR), amPHI, in the region's prehospital emergency medical service. In 2015, a new nationwide version was implemented. Our aim was to investigate the completeness and correctness of registrations of vital sign data in the PPR after the initial introduction and after the implementation of the new PPR version.

Remote wireless vital signs monitoring on the ward for early detection of deteriorating patients: A case series.

Remote wireless monitoring is a new technology that allows the continuous recording of ward patients' vital signs, supporting nurses by measuring vital signs frequently and accurately. A case series is presented to illustrate how these systems might contribute to improved patient surveillance.

The association between nurse staffing levels and the timeliness of vital signs monitoring: a retrospective observational study in the UK.

Omissions and delays in delivering nursing care are widely reported consequences of staffing shortages, with potentially serious impacts on patients. However, studies so far have relied almost exclusively on nurse self-reporting. Monitoring vital signs is a key part of nursing work and electronic recording provides an opportunity to objectively measure delays in care. This study aimed to determine the association between registered nurse (RN) and nursing assistant (NA) staffing levels and adherence to a vit...

Vital Signs Monitoring with Wearable Sensors in High-risk Surgical Patients: A Clinical Validation Study.

Changes in vital signs are an important indicator of physiological decline and hence provide opportunities for early recognition and intervention; however, in the hospital ward, vital signs are usually measured intermittently. In between such spot checks, early signs of deterioration may be missed.Several "wearable" and wireless sensors have been developed that may capture the patient deterioration earlier.

Influence of lavender oil inhalation on vital signs and anxiety: A randomized clinical trial.

To investigate the effectiveness of lavender oil (Lavandula angustifolia Mill) inhalation on anxiety, mood, and vital signs (blood pressure, respiratory rate, heart rate, and saturation) of patients undergoing oral surgery. Vital signs were considered as primary outcome measures. Paired anxiety tests were used as secondary outcome measures.

Pulse oximetry and the enduring neglect of respiratory rate assessment: a commentary on patient surveillance.

Clinical surveillance provides essential data on changes in a patient's condition. The common method for performing this surveillance is the assessment of vital signs. Despite the importance of these signs, research has found that vital signs are not rigorously assessed in clinical practice. Respiratory rate, arguably the most important vital sign, is the most neglected. Poor understanding might contribute to nurses incorrectly valuing oxygen saturation more than respiratory rate. Nurses need to understand ...

Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation improves outcomes of accidental hypothermia without vital signs: a nationwide observational study.

Patients with accidental hypothermia without vital signs increasingly receive venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (VA-ECMO). However, there is limited knowledge regarding the efficacy of this advanced rewarming method. We aimed to determine whether VA-ECMO improved outcomes in patients with accidental hypothermia without vital signs, using a large nationwide inpatient database in Japan.

Comparative analysis of relocation strategies for ambulances in the city of Tijuana, Mexico.

This paper analyzes the problem of locating ambulances for the Red Cross of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, considering demand changes over time, a problem that usually requires relocating ambulances at specific moments in time. This problem is usually solved using optimization models, seeking to maximize coverage and reduce the response time using an appropriate relocation strategy, while also minimizing the cost of relocating ambulances across the city. The goal of this work is to determine the benefits...

Distribution of Extreme Vital Signs and Complete Blood Count Values of Healthy Parturients: A Retrospective Database Analysis and Review of the Literature.

The impact of physiological adjustments throughout pregnancy on maternal vital signs and laboratory values has yet to be fully defined. The present study was designed to determine the normal range of these parameters among healthy pregnant women during the peripartum period.

Increased Sensitivity of Focused Cardiac Ultrasound for Pulmonary Embolism in Emergency Department Patients With Abnormal Vital Signs.

Focused cardiac ultrasound (FOCUS) is insensitive for pulmonary embolism (PE). Theoretically, when a clot is large enough to cause vital sign abnormalities, it is more likely to show signs of right ventricular dysfunction on FOCUS, although this has not been well quantified. A rapid bedside test that could quickly and reliably exclude PE in patients with abnormal vital signs could be of high utility in emergency department (ED) patients. We hypothesized that in patients with tachycardia or hypotension, the ...

Measuring vital signs in children with fever at the emergency department: an observational study on adherence to the NICE recommendations in Europe.

Vital signs can help clinicians identify children at risk of serious illness. The NICE guideline for fever in under-fives recommends a routine measurement of temperature, heart rate, capillary refill and respiratory rate in all febrile children visiting the emergency department (ED). This study aims to evaluate the measurement of paediatric vital signs in European EDs, with specific attention to adherence to this NICE guideline recommendation. In a prospective observational study, we included 4560 febrile c...

Gestation-Specific Vital Sign Reference Ranges in Pregnancy.

To estimate normal ranges for maternal vital signs throughout pregnancy, which have not been well defined in a large contemporary population.

Cardio-respiratory signal extraction from video camera data for continuous non-contact vital sign monitoring using deep learning.

Non-contact vital sign monitoring enables the estimation of vital signs, such as heart rate, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation (SpO2), by measuring subtle color changes on the skin surface using a video camera. For patients in a hospital ward, the main challenges in the development of continuous and robust non-contact monitoring techniques are the identification of time periods and the segmentation of skin regions of interest (ROIs) from which vital signs can be estimated. This paper presents two convo...

Vital reactions - An updated overview.

The question whether an injury was sustained during life or not is one of the most important subjects in forensic medicine. Therefore, vital reactions have been a main research topic in forensic medicine for a long period and many renowned forensic pathologists have devoted important papers to this field. The research area ranges from macroscopically visible organ reactions, over tissue alterations (enzyme histochemistry, later on immunohistochemistry with a wide range of enzymes and other analytes, molecul...

The Effects of Intraoperative Progressive Muscle Relaxation and Virtual Reality Application on Anxiety, Vital Signs, and Satisfaction: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

This study aimed to determine the effects of intraoperative progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) and the application of virtual reality (VR) on anxiety, vital signs, and satisfaction levels during a knee arthroscopy operation.

Progress in HAXPES performance combining full-field k-imaging with time-of-flight recording.

An alternative approach to hard-X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (HAXPES) has been established. The instrumental key feature is an increase of the dimensionality of the recording scheme from 2D to 3D. A high-energy momentum microscope detects electrons with initial kinetic energies up to 8 keV with a k-resolution of 0.025 Å, equivalent to an angular resolution of 0.034°. A special objective lens with k-space acceptance up to 25 Å allows for simultaneous full-field imaging of many Brillouin zones. C...

Scores for sepsis detection and risk stratification - construction of a novel score using a statistical approach and validation of RETTS.

To allow early identification of patients at risk of sepsis in the emergency department (ED), a variety of risk stratification scores and/or triage systems are used. The first aim of this study was to develop a risk stratification score for sepsis based upon vital signs and biomarkers using a statistical approach. Second, we aimed to validate the Rapid Emergency Triage and Treatment System (RETTS) for sepsis. RETTS combines vital signs with symptoms for risk stratification.

Effect of different zinc concentrations on partially-stabilized cement for vital pulp therapy.

We have developed and investigated the partially-stabilized cements (PSC) with Zn for vital pulp therapy due to their short setting time and high cell biocompatibility. However, the effect of PSC with different concentrations of Zn on setting time and biocompatibility remained unknown. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine the optimal concentration of Zn to be synthesized with PSC for vital pulp therapy.

ChroniSense National Early Warning Score Study (CHESS): a wearable wrist device to measure vital signs in hospitalised patients-protocol and study design.

The National Early Warning Score is used as standard clinical practice in the UK as a track and trigger system to monitor hospitalised patients. Currently, nurses are tasked to take routine vital signs measurements and manually record these on a clinical chart. Wearable devices could provide an easier, reliable, more convenient and cost-effective method of monitoring. Our aim is to evaluate the clinical validity of Polso (ChroniSense Medical, Yokneam Illit, Israel), a wrist-based device, to provide National...

Test-Retest Reliability of Cervical and Ocular Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential With Simultaneous and Sequential Recording.

Purpose Simultaneous recording of cervical (cVEMP) and ocular (oVEMP) vestibular evoked myogenic potentials aids in reducing the testing time when compared to conventional sequential recordings. The purpose of this study was to examine the test-retest reliability of sequential and simultaneous acquisitions of cVEMP and oVEMP. Method cVEMP and oVEMP were recorded in 35 normal-hearing individuals. The cVEMP and oVEMP were obtained using sequential and simultaneous methods. The VEMP recordings were performed a...

Assessment of artifacts reduction and denoising techniques in Electrocardiographic signals using Ensemble Average-based method.

Outpatient vital signs monitoring has a key role in medical diagnosis and treatment. However, ambulatory vital signs monitoring has great challenges to overcome, being the most important, the reduction of noise and Motion Artifacts, which hide essential information, particularly in Electrocardiographic signals. Despite efforts being made to reduce these artifacts, a comparative performance assessment of proposed techniques does not exist to the best of our knowledge and there are no enhancement level measur...

A Novel Stimulation Paradigm for Obtaining Interfrequency Amplitude Ratio of Ocular Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials.

Purpose Interfrequency amplitude ratio (IFAR), the ratio of amplitude between ocular vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (oVEMPs) for tone bursts of 500 and 1000 Hz, aids in identification of Ménière's disease with high sensitivity and specificity. However, it requires recording of oVEMP for 2 frequencies, which doubles the time of recording. Use of simultaneous recording of responses for both frequencies could potentially bring down testing time. Simultaneous recording might be possible by modifying th...

Impact of skin-to-skin contact at birth on exclusive breastfeeding and the regulation of vital signs.

Testing heart rate asymmetry in long, nonstationary 24-hour RR-intervals time series.

Heart rate asymmetry is an unequal and unidirectional phenomenon where the contribution of heart rate decelerations to short-term heart rate variability is greater than that of accelerations, and the contribution of accelerations to long-term and total variability is greater than that of deceleration. This has been established for short, stationary recordings. In this paper, we analyse heart rate asymmetry in 87 long, 24-hour ECG Holter recordings from healthy people. We show that in the whole recording all...

Utilization of Mobile Application for Better Implementation of Good Clinical Practice in a Biorepository Sample Collection Process: Functions of in Biobanking.

Preanalytical variables of biospecimens play a vital role in biobanking. Currently, there is a lack of a convenient and precise methods to document these variables. Paper documentation and computer-based Lab Information Management System software are the most common solutions, but both have clear disadvantages. An application named was newly developed in our pancreas biobank, with the guidance of good clinical practice principles as well as the incorporation of technical support from professional software ...

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