災害時救急救命支援に向けた電子トリアージシステムの設計開発  [in Japanese] An Advanced Electronic Triage System for Rescue Operations in Disasters  [in Japanese]

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Abstract

本論文では,大規模事故や災害時に発生する多数の傷病者の生体情報(バイタルサイン)をリアルタイムで一括監視し,現場での救命活動を支援する電子トリアージシステムの設計開発について述べる.本システムでは,IEEE802.15.4および生体センサを備えたセンサノードを傷病者に装着し,それらの間でアドホックネットワークを構築する.これを介して傷病者の生体情報をリアルタイムに収集すると同時に,センサノード間の無線通信情報を基にノードの位置推定を行い,%救命活動従事者医療従事者に対して傷病者の病状と大まかな位置に関する情報を提供することで救命活動を支援する.開発したシステムを大学附属病院で実施されたトリアージ演習などで使用し,システムの有用性を確認するとともに今後の改良に向けた情報収集を行った.In this paper, we consider situations where many persons are simultaneously injured in large accidents and disasters, and propose an advanced electronic triage system called e-Triage for sensing physical condition of those injured persons and collecting the sensed data in IEEE802.15.4-based wireless ad-hoc networks. The e-Triage system presents dynamic change of injured persons' location and physical condition on monitors in real time. We have evaluated our system through a triage training held in a hospital. From the experimental results, we have confirmed the effectiveness of the e-Triage system and obtained feedback from doctors and nurses.

In this paper, we consider situations where many persons are simultaneously injured in large accidents and disasters, and propose an advanced electronic triage system called e-Triage for sensing physical condition of those injured persons and collecting the sensed data in IEEE802.15.4-based wireless ad-hoc networks. The e-Triage system presents dynamic change of injured persons' location and physical condition on monitors in real time. We have evaluated our system through a triage training held in a hospital. From the experimental results, we have confirmed the effectiveness of the e-Triage system and obtained feedback from doctors and nurses.

Journal

  • 情報処理学会論文誌

    情報処理学会論文誌 51(9), 1916-1929, 2010-09-15

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110007970790
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00116647
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    Journal Article
  • ISSN
    1882-7764
  • Data Source
    CJPref  NII-ELS  IPSJ 
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