George E. Karagiannis

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A feasibility study was conducted to evaluate the acceptability and effectiveness of the " Safe medication through pharmacovigilance and compliance monitoring (PharmacoV) " service, an Internet-based interactive information tool that assists physicians in identifying potential Adverse Drug Events (ADEs) or contraindications when they are prescribing(More)
A pilot trial of an interactive TV system took place at the Royal Brompton Hospital, involving nine hospitalized and 12 non-hospitalized patients with adult congenital heart disease. Following a short training session, patients took their measurements (blood pressure, ECG measurement, oxygen saturation, bodyweight) and submitted their data through the(More)
In this paper we present the findings of a pervasive healthcare evaluation study conducted at the Royal Brompton and Harefiled NHS Trust during the Panaceia-iTV pilot. We report that patients with congenital heart disease regard favourably the use of the system and provide some detail of their responses. Critically, we find that such a system does not(More)
This chapter presents the feasibility study of a virtual platform for medical related technology transfer, continuing medical education and e-conference. The concept extends the idea of live events (e.g. conferences , open day events) in one physical location. It exploits the creation of a virtual platform where the research world in the area of(More)
A questionnaire was distributed to asthma patients and relatives of paediatric patients in the Royal Brompton Hospital outpatient clinic in London during March 2003. The aim was to determine how well informed those affected by asthma and allergic diseases were, to find out the best medium for distributing relevant information (e.g. Internet, mobile phones)(More)
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