Bob Baumgartner

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— Cardiogenic shock due to myocardial infarction is still associated with a high mortality of more than 60%. Early treatment of patients having a low cardiac output with an extra-corporal circulatory support system (ECSS) could prevent multi-organ failure. Current heart-lung machines (HLM) need to be constantly supervised and operated by trained personnel,(More)
Bedside monitors trigger alarms if the state of a patient needs attention. However, many studies have shown that there is a high rate of false or clinically irrelevant alarms. Despite technological and methodological advances false alarms persist in today's monitoring systems. There is still a lack of annotated, standardized and publicly available alarm(More)
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