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1965 208
1966 203
1967 331
1968 418
1969 510
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1978 881
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1984 1182
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1986 1686
1987 1901
1988 2014
1989 2206
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1992 2731
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2008 6236
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2010 7433
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Wearables and the medical revolution
Dunn J, et al. Per Med 2018 - Review. PMID 30259801 Free article.
Wearable sensors are already impacting healthcare and medicine by enabling health monitoring outside of the clinic and prediction of health events. ...We cover applications in the following health areas: metabolic, cardiovascular and gastrointestinal monitoring; sleep, neurology, movement disorders and mental health; maternal, pre- and neo-natal care; and pulmonary health and environmental exposures. ...
Wearable sensors are already impacting healthcare and medicine by enabling health monitoring outside of the clinic and prediction of …
Invasive and noninvasive means of measuring intracranial pressure: a review
Zhang X, et al. Physiol Meas 2017. PMID 28489610
At present, none of the noninvasive methods demonstrates sufficient accuracy and ease of use while allowing continuous monitoring in routine clinical use. However, they provide a realizable ICP measurement in specific patients especially when invasive monitoring is contraindicated or unavailable. ...
At present, none of the noninvasive methods demonstrates sufficient accuracy and ease of use while allowing continuous monitoring in …
Monitoring a pulse in adults.
Allan J and Sheppard K. Br J Nurs 2018. PMID 30457372
The Spectrum of Ambulatory Electrocardiographic Monitoring.
Mond HG. Heart Lung Circ 2017 - Review. PMID 28487061
To overcome this, ambulatory ECG monitoring has been developed as a means of recording the ECG in patients over a set period of time, whether it be short-, medium- or long-term. ...Not surprisingly, the indications for monitoring have broadened as the quality and range of monitoring devices have become available. ...
To overcome this, ambulatory ECG monitoring has been developed as a means of recording the ECG in patients over a set period of time, …
The value of vital sign trends in predicting and monitoring clinical deterioration: A systematic review.
Brekke IJ, et al. PLoS One 2019. PMID 30645637 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Vital signs, i.e. respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, pulse, blood pressure and temperature, are regarded as an essential part of monitoring hospitalized patients. ...
BACKGROUND: Vital signs, i.e. respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, pulse, blood pressure and temperature, are regarded as an essential part …
Monitoring for the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon.
Bosack RC. Oral Maxillofac Surg Clin North Am 2017 - Review. PMID 28417889
This assessment is called monitoring, which guides the conduct of anesthesia delivery and becomes the essence of this art....
This assessment is called monitoring, which guides the conduct of anesthesia delivery and becomes the essence of this art....
Physiologic monitoring alarm load on medical/surgical floors of a community hospital.
Gross B, et al. Biomed Instrum Technol 2011. PMID 21599479
A standard critical care monitoring system (Philips IntelliVue MP-5 and Telemetry) was installed and set to the default alarm limits. ...When this is adjusted to the duration of monitoring, the average per patient, per day rate was 95.6 (s =124.2, median =34.2) alarms. ...
A standard critical care monitoring system (Philips IntelliVue MP-5 and Telemetry) was installed and set to the default alarm limits. …
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