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Featured Author Podcast: Comparison of Artifact Detection Methods

Anesthesiology Journal

Articles Discussed: A Comparison of Five Algorithmic Methods and Machine Learning Pattern Recognition for Artifact Detection in Electronic Records of Five Different Vital Signs: A Retrospective Analysis Vital Sign Data Quality: Not Just a Retrospective Research Problem Transcript

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Streamlining the Surgical Journey with Digital Health and Wellness

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Imagine seamlessly reporting pain levels or other vital signs through a user-friendly app. Remote monitoring tools powered by wearable devices can track vital signs and recovery progress. This data helps monitor patient progress effectively and identify potential complications early on.

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Anesthesia – Top 5 Questions Asked By Patients

Salem Anesthesia

However, anesthesiologists employ multiple techniques to prevent and monitor for awareness during surgery, such as administering appropriate anesthesia medications, closely monitoring vital signs, and using brain monitoring devices. How long does anesthesia last, and what is the recovery process like?

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Comparing CRNAs to Other APRNs

Nashville Anesthesia Professionals

They also monitor vital signs throughout anesthesia, assist patients with recovery and side effects, and conduct post-procedure evaluations. In contrast to other APRNs, CRNAs are specially trained to provide anesthesia to patients in settings such as hospitals, clinics, private practices, and doctors’ offices.

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5 Patient-Centered Care Examples in Surgical Environments

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Wearable sensors or mobile apps, empower patients to actively engage in their recovery process by tracking vital signs and adherence to treatment regimens.

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Applications of AI in Medicine

Nashville Anesthesia Professionals

This can be accomplished using complex algorithms that can take large datasets with patient information and analyze them for prognostic outcomes, in conjunction with patient information provided through health apps that monitor metrics such as food intake, vital signs, physical activity etc 3.

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What to look for in an Anesthesia Information Management System

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These should: Cover various types of surgeries, procedures and anesthesia techniques Include preoperative assessments, intraoperative events, drug administration, vital signs, fluid balance and postoperative recovery data Enable easy capture, storage and retrieval of relevant patient information 3.