Wireless technology in the evolution of patient monitoring on general hospital wards

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Authors: Sahandi, R., Noroozi, S., Roushan, G., Heaslip, V. and Liu, Y.

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Journal: Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology

Volume: 34

Pages: 51-63

ISSN: 0309-1902

DOI: 10.3109/03091900903336902

The evolution of patient monitoring on general hospital wards is discussed. Patients on general wards are monitored according to the severity of their conditions, which can be subjective at best. A report by the Commission for Healthcare Audit and Inspection in 2008 indicated dissatisfaction with patient monitoring. Commitment to providing quality health service by healthcare organizations encourages the implementation of other mechanisms for patient care. Commitment to providing quality health service by healthcare organizations encourages the implementation of other mechanisms for patient care. Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), by supplementing the role of nurses can improve efficiency and patient care on general wards. Developments in technology made it possible for wireless sensors to measure and transmit physiological data from patients to a control room for monitoring and recording. Two approaches in the application of wireless ZigBee sensor networks are discussed and their performances compared in a simulation environment. The role of RPM in early detection of deteriorating patients’ conditions, reducing morbidity and mortality rates are also discussed.

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Authors: Sahandi, R., Noroozi, S., Roushan, G., Heaslip, V. and Liu, Y.

Journal: J Med Eng Technol

Volume: 34

Issue: 1

Pages: 51-63

eISSN: 1464-522X

DOI: 10.3109/03091900903336902

The evolution of patient monitoring on general hospital wards is discussed. Patients on general wards are monitored according to the severity of their conditions, which can be subjective at best. A report by the Commission for Healthcare Audit and Inspection in 2008 indicated dissatisfaction with patient monitoring. Commitment to providing quality health service by healthcare organizations encourages the implementation of other mechanisms for patient care. Remote patient monitoring (RPM), by supplementing the role of nurses, can improve efficiency and patient care on general wards. Developments in technology made it possible for wireless sensors to measure and transmit physiological data from patients to a control room for monitoring and recording. Two approaches in the application of wireless ZigBee sensor networks are discussed and their performances compared in a simulation environment. The role of RPM in early detection of deteriorating patients' conditions, reducing morbidity and mortality rates are also discussed.

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Authors: Sahandi, R., Noroozi, S., Roushan, G., Heaslip, V. and Liu, Y.

Journal: Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology

Volume: 34

Issue: 1

Pages: 51-63

eISSN: 1464-522X

ISSN: 0309-1902

DOI: 10.3109/03091900903336902

The evolution of patient monitoring on general hospital wards is discussed. Patients on general wards are monitored according to the severity of their conditions, which can be subjective at best. A report by the Commission for Healthcare Audit and Inspection in 2008 indicated dissatisfaction with patient monitoring. Commitment to providing quality health service by healthcare organizations encourages the implementation of other mechanisms for patient care. Remote patient monitoring (RPM), by supplementing the role of nurses, can improve efficiency and patient care on general wards. Developments in technology made it possible for wireless sensors to measure and transmit physiological data from patients to a control room for monitoring and recording. Two approaches in the application of wireless ZigBee sensor networks are discussed and their performances compared in a simulation environment. The role of RPM in early detection of deteriorating patients' conditions, reducing morbidity and mortality rates are also discussed. © 2009 Informa UK Ltd.

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Authors: Sahandi, R., Noroozi, S., Roushan, G., Heaslip, V. and Liu, Y.

Journal: Journal of medical engineering & technology

Volume: 34

Issue: 1

Pages: 51-63

eISSN: 1464-522X

ISSN: 0309-1902

The evolution of patient monitoring on general hospital wards is discussed. Patients on general wards are monitored according to the severity of their conditions, which can be subjective at best. A report by the Commission for Healthcare Audit and Inspection in 2008 indicated dissatisfaction with patient monitoring. Commitment to providing quality health service by healthcare organizations encourages the implementation of other mechanisms for patient care. Remote patient monitoring (RPM), by supplementing the role of nurses, can improve efficiency and patient care on general wards. Developments in technology made it possible for wireless sensors to measure and transmit physiological data from patients to a control room for monitoring and recording. Two approaches in the application of wireless ZigBee sensor networks are discussed and their performances compared in a simulation environment. The role of RPM in early detection of deteriorating patients' conditions, reducing morbidity and mortality rates are also discussed.

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