Gianluca Bertolizio

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Infants recovering from anesthesia are at risk of life threatening Postoperative Apnea (POA). POA events are rare, and so the study of POA requires the analysis of long cardiorespiratory records. Manual scoring is the preferred method of analysis for these data, but it is limited by low intra- and inter-scorer repeatability. Furthermore, recommended scoring(More)
Infants recovering from general anesthesia are at risk of postoperative apnea (POA), a potentially life threatening event. There is no accurate way to identify which infants will experience POA, and thus all infants with postmenstrual age <; 60 weeks are monitored for apnea in hospital postoperatively. Using a comprehensive, automated analysis of the(More)
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