Journal Articles And Abstracts
- Belle, A., et al., A Continuous Real-Time Analytic for Predicting Instability in Acute Care Rapid Response Team Activations, International Journal of Medical and Health Sciences 14, no. 11 (2020): 380-387.
- Bassin, B., et al., Detection of hemodynamic status using a novel analytic based solely on a single ECG waveform, Resuscitation Science Symposium 2020, American Heart Association, November 2020.
- Weil M.H. (2005) Defining Hemodynamic Instability. In: Pinsky M.R., Payen D. (eds) Functional Hemodynamic Monitoring. Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, vol 42. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
- Hall, John E. 2016. Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology. 13th edition. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier.
- Morozowich, Steven T., and Harish Ramakrishna. 2015. Pharmacologic Agents for Acute Hemodynamic Instability: Recent Advances in the Management of Perioperative Shock- a Systematic Review. Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia 18 (4): 543–54
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Nurses don’t have time to update patients' vitals and assessments every two minutes. This gives us a way to see that a patient is stable on a regular basis with easy access.
This tool can help determine where patients go [in the hospital] and how we should treat them, potentially changing admission flow, freeing up capacity and reducing length of stays.
We have a couple of teams dabbling in "early warning" models, but they have not distilled it down to a single ECG lead!
Chief Medical Officer
It would help me assign patients to nurses, knowing where the “hot-spots” are, and guide me to maintain an equal workflow with my nurses.
Critical Care/Charge RN
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