Exemplary embodiments include a method for generating a graphical comparison of geographic information system data in a computer system. The computer system can include a graphical user interface including a display and a selection device. The method can include displaying a plurality of controls on the display, each of the plurality of controls for generating a response in geographic information system data on the display, receiving a geographic information system data selection signal indicative of the selection device pointing at a geographic information system data selection control on the graphical user interface, and in response to the geographic information system data selection signal, retrieving geographic information system data from a geographic information system database for display on the graphical user interface, wherein the geographic information system data includes data from at least one historical point in time.
Background: Vital parameter data collected in anesthesia information management systems are often used for clinical research. The validity of this type of research is dependent on the number of artifacts. Methods: In this prospective observational cohort study, the incidence of artifacts in anesthesia information management system data was investigated in children undergoing anesthesia for noncardiac procedures. Secondary outcomes included the incidence of artifacts among deviating and nondeviating values, among the anesthesia phases, and among different anesthetic techniques. Results: We included 136 anesthetics representing 10,236 min of anesthesia time. The incidence of artifacts was 0.5% for heart rate (95% CI: 0.4 to 0.7%), 1.3% for oxygen saturation (1.1 to 1.5%), 7.5% for end-tidal carbon dioxide (6.9 to 8.0%), 5.0% for noninvasive blood pressure (4.0 to 6.0%), and 7.3% for invasive blood pressure (5.9 to 8.8%). The incidence of artifacts among deviating values was 3.1% for heart rate ...
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INTRODUCTION: Although the benefits of using cognitive aids in anesthesia care have previously been demonstrated, several challenges remain. It must be presented in a timely manner, and providers must be amenable to using the tool once it is available. We hypothesized that anesthesia residents would perform superiorly when presented with a digital cognitive aid (DCogA) that is automatically triggered by a set vital sign aberration. METHODS: Thirty anesthesia residents were randomized to either control (with access to hard copy of the cognitive aid) or receive a DCogA projected on their anesthesia information management system with the onset of heart block and associated hypotension ...
Operating room management is the science of how to run an Operating Room Suite. Operational operating room management focuses on maximizing operational efficiency at the facility, i.e. to maximize the number of surgical cases that can be done on a given day while minimizing the required resources and related costs. For example, what is the number of required anaesthetists or the scrub nurses that are needed next week to accommodate the expected workload or how can we minimize the cost of drugs used in the Operating Room? Strategic operating room management deals with long-term decision-making. For example, is it profitable to add two additional rooms to the existing facility? Typically, operating room management in profit-oriented health-care systems (e.g. United States) emphasizes strategic thinking whereas in countries with publicly funded health care (e.g. the UK), the focus is on operational decisions. The act of coordinating and running all parts of a surgical suite to accomplish a defined ...
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In endeavoring to advance the use of anesthesia information systems, the APSF sponsored a conference on October 11, 2002. Michael OReilly, MD, MS, from the University of Michigan, organized a group of speakers to address various practical matters and challenges associated with the purchase and implementation of an anesthesia information system.. Dr. Robert Stoelting opened the conference by emphasizing the belief of the APSF that the widespread deployment of anesthesia information will likely be the next major advance in patient safety. In 2001, the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation passed the following resolution: "The APSF endorses and advocates the use of automated record keeping in the perioperative period and the subsequent retrieval and analysis of the data to improve patient safety.". The first speaker, Keith Long, MD, a private practitioner from Winchester Hospital, Winchester, MA, described how they have used data generated by their anesthesia information system to better manage ...
Breaking Through the Economic Barriers of Anesthesia Information Management Systems Anesthesia information management systems (AIMS) are being increasingly used to assist the delivery and documentation of anesthesia services. The major benefits of AIMS: to (1) reduce costs, (2) facilitate quality assurance and quality improvement processes, (3) increase the accuracy and completeness of the anesthesia record, and (4) improve adherence to recommended guidelines. The major drawback is cost. This article identifies 2 of the main elements of AIMS that exist in IT and data systems already present in a hospital. This project showed that it is possible to achieve 2 of the major benefits of an AIMS without the cost of purchasing one. ...
The vision for AOS is to advance medicine by creating a smarter workflow - a workflow that allows for an enterprise-wide deployable solution. That solution would provide meaningful data, surgical risk assessment tools and protocols to standardize care and would lead to improved quality of care and improved outcomes. Our vision is to advance the cause of personalizing medicine through data.. ...
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North America Held Largest Share of Global Operating Room Management Market in 2016, while Asia Pacific (APAC) is Expected to Witness the Highest Growth During the Forecast Period
Studies of specific procedures have shown increases in infectious complications with operative duration. We hypothesized that operative duration is independently associated with increased risk-adjusted infectious complication (IC) rates in a broad range of general surgical procedures ...
A biopsy surgical appliance comprises a biopsy needle having a stylet (21) and a cannula (31), disposed coaxially along an axis (Y) and activated by a mechanical device with two slides (20, 30) which can slide longitudinally inside a shell (10, 50). The first slide (20) of the two slides (20, 30) has a U shape with tines (22a, 22b) oriented longitudinally and is moved longitudinally in a first operative environment, in which the central section (22c) of the U shape supports one component (21) of two components (21, 31) which constitute the biopsy needle (21, 31). The second slide (30) of the two slides (20, 30) has a head (32) which extends towards and beyond the axis (Y) without interfering with the first operative environment and is inserted freely between the tines (22a, 22b) of the first slide (20), and in which the head (32) supports the other component (31) of the two components (21, 31) which constitute the biopsy needs.
The operative report is truly a goldmine of information. This is true in ICD-9, and it will be even more important in ICD-10, when coders will need to...
Im here to say Yes, they can, which is different from Yes, they always do," says James Moore, MD, President-Elect of the California Society of Anesthesiologists (CSA).. To the contrary, enthusiasm for electronic medical records (EHRs) is part of a "syndrome of inappropriate overconfidence in computing," argues Christine Doyle, MD, the CSAs Speaker of the House.. The two physician anesthesiologists (and self-identified "computer geeks") squared off in a point-counterpoint debate in New Orleans as part of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual meeting, with Dr. Moore defending the benefits of EHRs and Dr. Doyle arguing against them. Dr. Doyle chairs the ASAs Committee on Electronic Media and Information Technology, while Dr. Moore leads the implementation of the anesthesia information management system (AIMS) at UCLA.. Legibility, accuracy, quality. Dr. Moore defined safety in anesthesia care as "minimizing patient injury resulting from or occurring during anesthesia, and ...
Im here to say Yes, they can, which is different from Yes, they always do," says James Moore, MD, President-Elect of the California Society of Anesthesiologists (CSA).. To the contrary, enthusiasm for electronic medical records (EHRs) is part of a "syndrome of inappropriate overconfidence in computing," argues Christine Doyle, MD, the CSAs Speaker of the House.. The two physician anesthesiologists (and self-identified "computer geeks") squared off in a point-counterpoint debate in New Orleans as part of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual meeting, with Dr. Moore defending the benefits of EHRs and Dr. Doyle arguing against them. Dr. Doyle chairs the ASAs Committee on Electronic Media and Information Technology, while Dr. Moore leads the implementation of the anesthesia information management system (AIMS) at UCLA.. Legibility, accuracy, quality. Dr. Moore defined safety in anesthesia care as "minimizing patient injury resulting from or occurring during anesthesia, and ...
BACKGROUND The recovery profile of an ideal anesthetic or technique would be fast (e.g., mean of 5 min from end of surgery to extubation) with little variability (e.g., always 4-7 min). We used anesthesia information management system (AIMS) data to learn how to model the time from end of surgery to extubation. We applied that knowledge for meta-analyses of trials comparing extubation times after use of desflurane and sevoflurane. METHODS AIMS data studied were 32,792 cases performed by 95 surgeons that included tracheal intubation and extubation in the operating room (OR) and use of volatile anesthetic(s). Meta-analysis included the 29 randomized controlled trials through 2008 comparing extubation times with desflurane and sevoflurane. Percentage differences in means and standard deviations were studied using random effects meta-analysis and a Bayesian method. RESULTS Times to extubation were better fit by (skewed) Weibull distributions than by (symmetric) normal distributions. Drug choice had
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Downloadable (with restrictions)! The valuation of complex environmental goods represents a considerable challenge for conventional non-market valuation techniques. The use of life satisfaction (or happiness) data has recently emerged as a new means of placing monetary values on non-market goods and services. This approach offers several advantages over more conventional techniques. This paper uses data from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia survey along with Geographic Information Systems data to value ecosystem diversity in South East Queensland, Australia. It is found that, on average, a respondent has an implicit willingness-to-pay of approximately AUD$14 000 in household income per annum to obtain a one unit improvement in ecosystem diversity. This result confirms that the preservation, or improvement, of existing levels of ecosystem diversity is welfare enhancing. To our knowledge, this is the first paper to value ecosystem diversity using the life satisfaction approach.
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Medical coders assist physicians in submitting the proper codes and documentations to patients and other payers. The following are five common medical coding errors and suggestions on how to avoid them.. Wrong Interpretation of Operative Reports. Coders are only going to bill for procedures that they see documented by a physician. Even if in the report a doctor gives a description of the procedure, and even if the procedure is listed as being performed, most coders are not going to code it if there is not an operative description present. This problem can be solved by making sure that the provider writes down the operative description for every procedure performed, and the coder should be trained to be able to interpret an operative report and code it appropriately.. The Coder Does Not Know about the Bilateral Procedures/Services. In many cases, a medical coder is going to work in a different location than the physician and their patients. Its easy for a doctor to forget to write down a ...
The anesthesiologists of Dothan Surgery Center have provided this information for educational purposes only. We hope this material can answer the questions you have about your anesthesia encounter. If you have any questions, speak directly with your anesthesiologist or surgeon. Click on any of the tabs below to view the information.. ...
With the end of the semester in sight, many CUPE 2626 members are approaching the end of their contract. Wed like to remind you that you are not required to work beyond the hours stipulated in your contract, or after its end-date.. If you find that youve completed the total hours specified in your contract, or if you think you will do so soon, we encourage you to submit a Workload Review Form to your supervisor. Your supervisor is required to meet with you to discuss the situation and can either reduce your work load, or increase your hours with a new contract. If your supervisor fails to do either, you can simply stop working after you complete the total amount of hours in your contract.. ...
Sorry. My experience in asking help from a community gravitates between two extremes. People either want all the details or none of them; trying to work on communicating more clearly. Trying again: How do I compare cumulative output from one table to cumulative output in a different table? The background: I have a database to track employee time spent on tasks per department, as well as metrics for different departments. This data resides in two different tables. My goal is to create a report that shows a weekly summary of total hours per department, whilst comparing those hours to the related outputs in a different table. I can do 95% of what I intend. The problem is that I want to compare cumulative hours to cumulative output; this will give me a running work pace for each week throughout the year. Since the summary fields that would generate those cumulative calculations reside in different tables Im having difficulty figuring out how to lay everything out. In the sample file from my post ...
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So this case has me in a pickle. Any help is greatly appreciated. The following is the operative report: Preoperative Diagnosis: abdominal pain Postop
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As a part of the departmental program for auditing the appropriateness of computer usage, we selected eight workstations in operating locations where the majority of anesthetics were performed for general and gynecologic surgery. Application monitoring software (SentryPC; Spytech Software; Canton, OH) was installed in these locations as a performance improvement measure without the knowledge of the clinical staff (and without the requirement of Institutional Review Board approval). The monitoring tool was configured to record the active (foreground) software application at any given time. Data were intermittently collected on each AIMS workstation for a period of 1 year. Retrospective analysis of the resulting collected data was approved by the Institutional Review Board (Program for Protection of Human Subjects; Mount Sinai Medical Center; New York, NY). Using identifiers and timestamps in the auditing log, the auditing data were matched to individual computerized anesthesia records in our ...
Anesthesiology. Avidan Michael S, Jacobsohn Eric, Glick David, Burnside Beth A, Zhang Lini, Villafranca Alex, Karl Leah, Kamal Saima, Torres Brian, OConnor Michael, Evers Alex S, Gradwohl Stephen, Lin Nan, Palanca Ben J, Mashour George A. Prevention of intraoperative awareness in a high-risk surgical population. The New England journal of medicine. 2011 Aug 18. 365(7): 591-600. PMID# 21848460. Watson Christopher J, Lydic Ralph, Baghdoyan Helen A. Sleep duration varies as a function of glutamate and GABA in rat pontine reticular formation. Journal of neurochemistry. 2011 Aug. 118(4): 571-80. PMID# 21679185. Ehrenfeld Jesse M, Epstein Richard H, Bader Stephen, Kheterpal Sachin, Sandberg Warren S. Automatic notifications mediated by anesthesia information management systems reduce the frequency of prolonged gaps in blood pressure documentation. Anesthesia and analgesia. 2011 Aug. 113(2): 356-63. PMID# 21415437. Burniston Jatin G, Kenyani Jenna, Wastling Jonathan M, Burant Charles F, Qi Nathan R, ...
Bring your pencil and calculator every day. Calculators are strongly recommended but will not be provided (cell phones may not be used as calculators under any circumstances). Each student should keep a "Bound Lab Notebook" (see example). This notebook should be kept in class at all times, and may be used during a variety of assignments, possibly including tests. Any class-work and ALL lab-work should be kept in this book, neatly and in order. Any additional material stapled or taped or otherwise added to the book must be removed or the book will not qualify for in-class reference. You will be provided a space to keep this book, so you never have to lose it or forget it. You may not use anyone elses book during tests.. This course will consist of a series of units. Your term grade will be the average of the grades of completed units from that term. Each unit will consist of a series of graded assignments, which will be worth a pre-determined number of points. Each unit grade will be the ...
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Specifically, the WPIs focus on holding quality and quantity constant (to produce a measure of change in the price of a unit of labour) means it is affected solely by broad labour market influences on rates of pay. AWE will be affected by a more comprehensive set of economic factors. These include: changes in wages and salaries associated with individual performance; changes in employment that can affect the distribution of various types of employees between two periods (e.g. full-time vs part-time; higher paid vs lower paid) or changes in the pattern of hours worked (e.g. increase in total hours worked, increase in overtime hours). All these changes can influence changes in earnings between two periods to different degrees, and can result in different movements being observed for WPI and AWE. It is recommended that WPI be used to measure the change in the price of labour, or changes in wages over time, for the reasons described above ...
Our study has several important findings. First, we found that melanoma occurred more frequently among indoor tanners compared with persons that never engaged in this activity. Second, we found a strong dose-response relationship between melanoma risk measured by total hours, sessions, or years. Furthermore, this dose-response was also seen for melanomas arising on the trunk, not only in men but also in women, that would not ordinarily expose this site to UV radiation except when tanning or sunbathing. Third, we found an increased risk of melanoma with use of each type of tanning device as well as with each period of tanning use, suggesting that no device could be considered "safe." In addition, burns from indoor tanning seemed to be fairly common and conferred a similar risk of melanoma to sunburns. These associations remained significant even after adjusting for the potential confounding effects of known risk factors for melanoma.. We did not confirm the IARC reports emphasis on an increased ...
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