Smart Patient Prioritization System

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Smart Patient Prioritization System in Medical Emergency Situations Sale to Ministry of Health for
NAMAZI hospital (The biggest Hospital in the south of IRAN)

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Nearly 40% of Canadian and 20% of the US population visit emergency departments (ED) of hospital every year. The decision to admit or discharge a patient from ED is made hundreds of thousands of times a day which increasing the human error risk at ED.  Waiting times in ED is a considerable issue in many countries-for 90% of visits it was (<7.9 h). Long waiting times are associated with delays in time sensitive treatments for serious conditions typically requiring admission to hospital.  ED overcrowding has been a key issue in Emergency Medicine in Canada and the USA. Every half hour of stay in the ED can increase the risk of seven-day mortality.


Awarded the best proposed design by the Deputy Minister of Science and Technology of Iran 08/2016

2nd Place in Khwarizmi youth Award11/2015 Smart patient prioritization system in medical emergency situations

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Advantages timely and accurate triage in ED Prioritizing patients in ED and different hospital departments based on vital signs Measurement of blood saturation in people of color wearing make up Monitoring and sending spo2 pulse rate to the hospital server Timely save the pulse rate, the blood saturation and temperature. Sending the acute condition of the patient to the doctor’s office Significantly reduces the ED mortality rate ?