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A Survey of Physiological Monitoring Data Models to Support the Service of Critical Care

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A Survey of Physiological Monitoring Data Models to Support the Service of Critical Care
Vast quantities of data is created by utilizing sensors to gather information from patients located in intensive care units worldwide through physiological monitoring. The service oriented architectural model has emerged as a mechanism to support data interchange in a structured way to support the provision of services. The nature of critical care is such that clinicians provide a service of care, often to patients that are not located within their intensive care unit, and prior to the arrangement of transport to their unit. As a result opportunities exist to utilize the service oriented approach to provide a service of critical care. This research presents a survey of how recent computing and IT research as applied to physiological collection, transmission and storage of physiological data utilizes the service of critical care concept based on a service oriented architecture approach.
Carolyn McGregor, Kathleen P. Smith
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where COMPSAC
Authors Carolyn McGregor, Kathleen P. Smith
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