Pervasive Patient Timeline for Intensive Care Units

  title={Pervasive Patient Timeline for Intensive Care Units},
  author={Andr{\'e} Braga and Filipe Portela and Manuel Filipe Santos and J. Machado and Ant{\'o}nio Abelha and {\'A}lvaro M. Silva and Fernando Rua},
This research work explores a new way of presenting and representing information about patients in critical care, which is the use of a timeline to display information. This is accomplished with the development of an interactive Pervasive Patient Timeline able to give to the intensivists an access in real-time to an environment containing patients clinical information from the moment in which the patients are admitted in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) until their discharge This solution allows… 
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