Ilya Kagan

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INTRODUCTION Automated mapping of lung sound distribution is a novel area of interest currently investigated in mechanically ventilated, critically ill patients. The objective of the present study was to assess changes in thoracic sound distribution resulting from changes in positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP). Repeatability of automated lung sound(More)
BACKGROUND Despite the widely held belief that the computerization of hospital medical systems contributes to improved patient care management, especially in the context of ordering medications and record keeping, extensive study of the attitudes of medical staff to computerization has found them to be negative. The views of nursing staff have been barely(More)
In recent years, computerized information systems have become one of the most important tools for promoting, developing and supporting quality improvement in healthcare. The unique contribution of these systems is related to the collection, storage and analysis of data as well as user-friendly and sophisticated access to end-users. Israel's nursing system(More)
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