Publication

Reducing intravenous therapy errors: Testing the usability of a system for central control of multiple infusion pumps

Cnossen, F., Doesburg, F. & Nijsten, M., 25-Jun-2015.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstractAcademic

APA

Cnossen, F., Doesburg, F., & Nijsten, M. (2015). Reducing intravenous therapy errors: Testing the usability of a system for central control of multiple infusion pumps. Abstract from Patient Safety with Interactive Medical Devices, Reading, United Kingdom. http://www.chi-med.ac.uk/symposium2015/abstracts/cnossen11.php

Author

Cnossen, Fokie ; Doesburg, Frank ; Nijsten, Maarten . / Reducing intravenous therapy errors : Testing the usability of a system for central control of multiple infusion pumps. Abstract from Patient Safety with Interactive Medical Devices, Reading, United Kingdom.

Harvard

Cnossen, F, Doesburg, F & Nijsten, M 2015, 'Reducing intravenous therapy errors: Testing the usability of a system for central control of multiple infusion pumps', Patient Safety with Interactive Medical Devices, Reading, United Kingdom, 24/06/2015 - 25/06/2015. <http://www.chi-med.ac.uk/symposium2015/abstracts/cnossen11.php>

Standard

Reducing intravenous therapy errors : Testing the usability of a system for central control of multiple infusion pumps. / Cnossen, Fokie; Doesburg, Frank; Nijsten, Maarten .

2015. Abstract from Patient Safety with Interactive Medical Devices, Reading, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstractAcademic

Vancouver

Cnossen F, Doesburg F, Nijsten M. Reducing intravenous therapy errors: Testing the usability of a system for central control of multiple infusion pumps. 2015. Abstract from Patient Safety with Interactive Medical Devices, Reading, United Kingdom.


BibTeX

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title = "Reducing intravenous therapy errors: Testing the usability of a system for central control of multiple infusion pumps",
abstract = "o tackle the problem of “IV spaghetti” and to optimize operation and scheduling of multiple infusion pumps, we propose a new control system that for intermittent medication determines when which medicine has to be started and ended. The system takes medication schedules and dosages, other fluids, and potential incompatibilities into account. The system will include a display of information from the IV pumps, such as time left until syringe is empty, dosage of fluids, etcetera. The system can also manage a “relay” mode: gradual emptying of a syringe while a new syringe takes over, ensuring constant blood levels.",
author = "Fokie Cnossen and Frank Doesburg and Maarten Nijsten",
year = "2015",
month = jun,
day = "25",
language = "English",
note = "Patient Safety with Interactive Medical Devices : a multi-disciplinary symposium ; Conference date: 24-06-2015 Through 25-06-2015",
url = "http://www.chi-med.ac.uk/symposium2015",

}

RIS

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T1 - Reducing intravenous therapy errors

T2 - Patient Safety with Interactive Medical Devices

AU - Cnossen, Fokie

AU - Doesburg, Frank

AU - Nijsten, Maarten

PY - 2015/6/25

Y1 - 2015/6/25

N2 - o tackle the problem of “IV spaghetti” and to optimize operation and scheduling of multiple infusion pumps, we propose a new control system that for intermittent medication determines when which medicine has to be started and ended. The system takes medication schedules and dosages, other fluids, and potential incompatibilities into account. The system will include a display of information from the IV pumps, such as time left until syringe is empty, dosage of fluids, etcetera. The system can also manage a “relay” mode: gradual emptying of a syringe while a new syringe takes over, ensuring constant blood levels.

AB - o tackle the problem of “IV spaghetti” and to optimize operation and scheduling of multiple infusion pumps, we propose a new control system that for intermittent medication determines when which medicine has to be started and ended. The system takes medication schedules and dosages, other fluids, and potential incompatibilities into account. The system will include a display of information from the IV pumps, such as time left until syringe is empty, dosage of fluids, etcetera. The system can also manage a “relay” mode: gradual emptying of a syringe while a new syringe takes over, ensuring constant blood levels.

M3 - Abstract

Y2 - 24 June 2015 through 25 June 2015

ER -

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