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Adapting Guidelines for Google Glass: the Case of Pediatric CPR.

Haddad, Kevin
Diener, Raphael
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Published in Studies in health technology and informatics. 2016, vol. 224, p. 141-145
Abstract Early recognition and management of patients at risk and more aggressive implementation of evidence-based resuscitation guidelines play a role to the reduction of patients' mortality. If, in paediatric emergency department, the proper adherence to the paediatric cardiac arrest guidelines is critical to increase the chance of survival, this adherence is unfortunately often suboptimal. Connected glasses, such as the Google Glass, offer an interesting support to provide guidelines at the point of care. However, existing guidelines format is not adapted to be used directly on the small screen of connected glasses. Their transformation to be displayed on the Google Glass is not a simple task. Problems such as the navigation and the formalization of the guidelines must be solved. In this article, we present the transformation process of the paediatric cardiac arrest algorithm from its paper version to its implementation on the Google Glass.
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Research groups Etiologie des pneumonies et marqueurs inflammatoires chez l'enfant fébrile (183)
Interfaces Homme-machine en milieu clinique (610)
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EHRLER, Frédéric et al. Adapting Guidelines for Google Glass: the Case of Pediatric CPR. In: Studies in health technology and informatics, 2016, vol. 224, p. 141-145. doi: 10.3233/978-1-61499-653-8-141 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:86847

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