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I2VSM Approach: Self-monitoring of Patients Exploring Situational Awareness in IoT

Abstract : Mobility has become a daily practice of physicians, so it is possible that they remain periods of time without contact with the teams that support them in the treatment of patients. Longer periods between communications can cause delays in performing procedures, drug prescribing, etc. Considering this scenario, this work has as objective the conception an approach, called I2VSM, exploring IoT features and integrating: (i) a platform for acquisition of vital signs, (ii) an environment for contextual processing, which through customizable rules builds the Situational Awareness of the patients; and (iii) a textual and graphic display interface for these signals. As a source of vital signs, the MIMIC-III database is being used, which has been widely accepted by the international community for this purpose. In turn, for the evaluation of I2VSM together with health professionals, we explored the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), obtaining promising results.
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Rogério Albandes, Roger Machado, Jorge Barbosa, Adenauer Yamin. I2VSM Approach: Self-monitoring of Patients Exploring Situational Awareness in IoT. 2nd IFIP International Internet of Things Conference (IFIPIoT), Oct 2019, Tampa, FL, United States. pp.53-70, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-43605-6_4⟩. ⟨hal-03371606⟩

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