16 May 2002 vMon-mobile provides wireless connection to the electronic patient record
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This work presents the development of a set of tools to help doctors to continuously monitor critical patients. Real-time monitoring signals are displayed via a Web Based Electronic Patient Record (Web-EPR) developed at the Heart Institute. Any computer on the Hospital's Intranet can access the Web-EPR that will open a browser plug-in called vMon. Recently vMon was adapted to wireless mobile devices providing the same real-time visualization of vital signals of its desktop counterpart. The monitoring network communicates with the hospital network through a gateway using HL7 messages and has the ability to export waveforms in real time using the multicast protocol through an API library. A dedicated ActiveX component was built that establishes the streaming of the biomedical signals under monitoring and displays them on an Internet Explorer 5.x browser. The mobile version - called vMon-mobile - will parse the browser window and deliver it to a PDA device connected to a local area network. The result is a virtual monitor presenting real-time data on a mobile device. All parameters and signals acquired from the moment the patient is connected to the monitors are stored for a few days. The most clinically relevant information is added to patient's EPR.
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Pedro P.M. Oliveira, Pedro P.M. Oliveira, Marina Rebelo, Marina Rebelo, Paulo Eduardo Pilon, Paulo Eduardo Pilon, Marco Antonio Gutierrez, Marco Antonio Gutierrez, Umberto Tachinardi, Umberto Tachinardi, } "vMon-mobile provides wireless connection to the electronic patient record", Proc. SPIE 4685, Medical Imaging 2002: PACS and Integrated Medical Information Systems: Design and Evaluation, (16 May 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.467038; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.467038
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