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Decision tool for the early diagnosis of trauma patient hypovolemia.
We present a classifier for use as a decision assist tool to identify a hypovolemic state in trauma patients during helicopter transport to a hospital when reliable acquisition of vital sign data may be difficult The ...
Is heart rate variability better than routine vital signs for prehospital identification of major hemorrhage?
During initial assessment of trauma patients metrics of heart rate variability HRV have been associated with high risk clinical conditions Yet despite numerous studies the potential of HRV to improve clinical outcomes ...
A method for automatic identification of reliable heart rates calculated from ECG and PPG waveforms.
The development and application of data driven decision support systems for medical triage diagnostics and prognostics pose special requirements on physiologic data In particular that data are reliable in order to produce ...
Diagnosis of hemorrhage in a prehospital trauma population using linear and nonlinear multiparameter analysis of vital signs.
In this study we analyzed a dataset of time series vital signs data collected by standard Propaq travel monitor during helicopter transport of 898 civilian trauma casualties from the scene of injury to a receiving trauma ...