John R. Windle

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Computerized physician order entry (CPOE) is a disruptive technology but holds great promise for reducing medical errors, improving workflow and in the long run, producing cost-savings. However, many studies have reported significant physician resistance to implementing CPOE. In this manuscript we present a two-prong strategy for quick implementation of(More)
In this paper, we present a method for incorporating temporal smoothing (TS) into the estimate of epicardial potentials from body surface potential data. Our algorithm employs a different spatial smoothing parameter, chosen by the composite residual error and smoothing operator criteria, at each time step in the sequence. The total spatial smoothing term is(More)
Computerized physician order entry (POE) is a disruptive technology that holds great promise to reduce medical errors and improve workflow. However, Studies have reported significant physician resistance. This presentation will describe a two-pronged strategy to build broad support for POE: To build a secure, open source, browser-based platform to support(More)
BACKGROUND Previous studies have shown that class Ic antiarrhythmic agents are effective in suppressing ectopic atrial rhythms and accessory pathway conduction. METHODS AND RESULTS To explore the potential mechanisms for their effectiveness, we investigated the concentration-dependent effects of the Ic agent flecainide acetate (0.5 to 10 micrograms/mL) on(More)
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