Nick Harrop

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An emergency ambulance was equipped with three video-cameras and a system for transmitting slow-scan video-pictures through a cellular telephone link to a hospital accident and emergency department. Video-pictures were trasmitted at a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and a frame rate of 15 pictures/min. In addition, a helmet-mounted camera was used with a(More)
Technical aspects of the National Programme for IT in the National Health Service have run ahead of genuine engagement with front-line users. We have explored with front-line NHS staff the factors which limit their contribution to management information from operational systems. Staff place psychological distance between 'the real job' and the reporting of(More)
Venous thrombosis is a fundamental pathological entity. Our patient provides an opportunity to consider etiology in terms of Virchow's classic triad. We also draw attention to the effort syndrome, in which recurrent, vigorous exertion of an upper extremity is thought to produce venous thrombosis by virtue of local endothelial trauma.
The hospital emergency department and other elements of rapid access primary care constitute an emergency care network. Integration aims to maximise the network's strengths and overcome its weaknesses. Taking the patient as a starting point, it is possible to envisage an objective data model that can operate at multiple levels within the network to describe(More)
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