A portable autonomous multisensory intervention device (PAMID) for early detection of anxiety and agitation in patients with cognitive impairments

@article{Rajasekaran2011APA,
  title={A portable autonomous multisensory intervention device (PAMID) for early detection of anxiety and agitation in patients with cognitive impairments},
  author={S. Rajasekaran and C. Luteran and H. Qu and C. Riley-Doucet},
  journal={2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2011},
  pages={4733-4736}
}
The negative behavioral and psychological symptoms (NBPS) seen in patients with cognitive impairment (CI), such as anxiety, agitation and aggression have been reported to be the most problematic for healthcare providers. The consequences of delayed detection of NBPS can be devastating for both patients and caregivers; therefore early detection of symptoms that may lead into NBPS is essential. A proprietary device called portable autonomous multisensory intervention device (PAMID) has been… CONTINUE READING

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