Disadvantages Of Physiologic Monitoring System

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4. PHYSIOLOGIC MONITORING SYSTEM Physiologic monitoring system is the machine that monitors vital physiologic parameters so that the health providers can detect any change in patient’s condition for immediate intervention. COMPONENTS OF PHYSIOOLOGIC SYSTEM • Central station • Bedside monitors • Ambulatory telemetry and receivers PURPOSE OF PHYSIOLOGIC MONITORING SYSTEM • To measure and monitor vital parameters so that healthcare providers will be aware of changes that is taking place in the patient’s condition • Help clinicians in the early detection of any physiologic change in patient’s condition before becoming clinically significant • To allow anticipation and thus prevent adverse events CATEGORIES OF PATIENT THAT REQUIRES PHYSIOLOGIC…show more content…
However physiologic monitors have low traces of radiation that emit from the machines that could be harmful to the people wearing the devices. The device is expensive and cost the manufacturers producing them a lot of money. 5. CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM As earlier said CDSS is designed to incorporate medical knowledge with patient data into the system to get specific advice to manage patient’s condition. In order words any computer system that is designed to integrate clinical data with medical knowledge is meant to provide decision support. SCOPE OF CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM • Definition. • Class of CDSS • System Architecture • Advantages of…show more content…
• Natural language processing examples: speech recognition, Automatic voice output. • Expert system example − Clinical systems. CLASSIFICATION OF ARTIFICIAL

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