William Malloy

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Though exercise is the most physiological test for angina pectoris, it has several disadvantages. The most important are that, it is difficult to achieve a steady state, comparable haemodynamic parameters are not readily reproducible during repeated periods of exercise (Burkart, Barold, and Sowton, 1967), it cannot be used effectively in patients with poor(More)
PURPOSE A Web-based analytics system for conducting inhouse evaluations and cross-facility comparisons of alert data generated by smart infusion pumps is described. SUMMARY The Infusion Pump Informatics (IPI) project, a collaborative effort led by research scientists at Purdue University, was launched in 2009 to provide advanced analytics and tools for(More)
Pharmacologic management of elderly patients is difficult because of two age-related factors: (1) physiologic changes, especially in hepatic and renal function, and (2) presence of more diseases, requiring combination drug therapy and resulting in increased drug interactions and drug-induced side effects. Nevertheless, drugs have essentially the same(More)
Case Study The infusion pump informatics (IPI) system represents an innovative collaboration among a community of practice and researchers at Purdue University; the Rosen Center for Advanced Computing (RCAC) and the Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering (RCHE). This six-year-old decision support system was started to address needs for better(More)
Introduction This version of the Icon program library is intended for use with Version 6 of Icon. Basic documentation for Version 6 of Icon is contained in the Icon book [1] and a supplementary report [2]. The library contains both complete programs and collections of procedures. The programs range from demonstrations and games to text-processing utilities.(More)
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