Clinical evaluation of the 'head-up' display of anesthesia data. Preliminary communication.


To solve the problem of monitoring the patient during administration of anesthesia, a commercially available head-up display (HUD) was evaluated during one day of surgery at the Ohio State University Hospitals. This monitor is mounted on a headband worn by the anesthesiologist. It projects a monochrome image of monitor data directly into one eye. Eleven… (More)

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