Postoperative Remote Automated Monitoring: Need for and State of the Science

Michael H McGillion, Emmanuelle Duceppe, Katherine Allan, Maura Marcucci, Stephen Yang, Ana P Johnson, Sara Ross-Howe, Elizabeth Peter, Ted Scott, Carley Ouellette, Shaunattonie Henry, Yannick Le Manach, Guillaume Paré, Bernice Downey, Sandra L Carroll, Joseph Mills, Andrew Turner, Wendy Clyne, Nazari Dvirnik, Sandra Mierdel & 14 others Laurie Poole, Matthew Nelson, Valerie Harvey, Amber Good, Shirley Pettit, Karla Sanchez, Prathiba Harsha, David Mohajer, Sem Ponnambalam, Sanjeev Bhavnani, Andre Lamy, Richard Whitlock, P J Devereaux, PROTECT Network Investigators

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Abstract

Worldwide, more than 230 million adults have major noncardiac surgery each year. Although surgery can improve quality and duration of life, it can also precipitate major complications. Moreover, a substantial proportion of deaths occur after discharge. Current systems for monitoring patients postoperatively, on surgical wards and after transition to home, are inadequate. On the surgical ward, vital signs evaluation usually occurs only every 4-8 hours. Reduced in-hospital ward monitoring, followed by no vital signs monitoring at home, leads to thousands of cases of undetected/delayed detection of hemodynamic compromise. In this article we review work to date on postoperative remote automated monitoring on surgical wards and strategy for advancing this field. Key considerations for overcoming current barriers to implementing remote automated monitoring in Canada are also presented.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)850-862
Number of pages13
JournalCanadian Journal of Cardiology
Volume34
Issue number7
Early online date25 Apr 2018
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2018

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McGillion, M. H., Duceppe, E., Allan, K., Marcucci, M., Yang, S., Johnson, A. P., ... PROTECT Network Investigators (2018). Postoperative Remote Automated Monitoring: Need for and State of the Science. Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 34(7), 850-862. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cjca.2018.04.021

Postoperative Remote Automated Monitoring : Need for and State of the Science. / McGillion, Michael H; Duceppe, Emmanuelle; Allan, Katherine; Marcucci, Maura; Yang, Stephen; Johnson, Ana P; Ross-Howe, Sara; Peter, Elizabeth; Scott, Ted; Ouellette, Carley; Henry, Shaunattonie; Le Manach, Yannick; Paré, Guillaume; Downey, Bernice; Carroll, Sandra L; Mills, Joseph; Turner, Andrew; Clyne, Wendy; Dvirnik, Nazari; Mierdel, Sandra; Poole, Laurie; Nelson, Matthew; Harvey, Valerie; Good, Amber; Pettit, Shirley; Sanchez, Karla; Harsha, Prathiba; Mohajer, David; Ponnambalam, Sem; Bhavnani, Sanjeev; Lamy, Andre; Whitlock, Richard; Devereaux, P J; PROTECT Network Investigators.

In: Canadian Journal of Cardiology, Vol. 34, No. 7, 07.2018, p. 850-862.

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McGillion, MH, Duceppe, E, Allan, K, Marcucci, M, Yang, S, Johnson, AP, Ross-Howe, S, Peter, E, Scott, T, Ouellette, C, Henry, S, Le Manach, Y, Paré, G, Downey, B, Carroll, SL, Mills, J, Turner, A, Clyne, W, Dvirnik, N, Mierdel, S, Poole, L, Nelson, M, Harvey, V, Good, A, Pettit, S, Sanchez, K, Harsha, P, Mohajer, D, Ponnambalam, S, Bhavnani, S, Lamy, A, Whitlock, R, Devereaux, PJ & PROTECT Network Investigators 2018, 'Postoperative Remote Automated Monitoring: Need for and State of the Science' Canadian Journal of Cardiology, vol. 34, no. 7, pp. 850-862. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cjca.2018.04.021
McGillion MH, Duceppe E, Allan K, Marcucci M, Yang S, Johnson AP et al. Postoperative Remote Automated Monitoring: Need for and State of the Science. Canadian Journal of Cardiology. 2018 Jul;34(7):850-862. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cjca.2018.04.021
McGillion, Michael H ; Duceppe, Emmanuelle ; Allan, Katherine ; Marcucci, Maura ; Yang, Stephen ; Johnson, Ana P ; Ross-Howe, Sara ; Peter, Elizabeth ; Scott, Ted ; Ouellette, Carley ; Henry, Shaunattonie ; Le Manach, Yannick ; Paré, Guillaume ; Downey, Bernice ; Carroll, Sandra L ; Mills, Joseph ; Turner, Andrew ; Clyne, Wendy ; Dvirnik, Nazari ; Mierdel, Sandra ; Poole, Laurie ; Nelson, Matthew ; Harvey, Valerie ; Good, Amber ; Pettit, Shirley ; Sanchez, Karla ; Harsha, Prathiba ; Mohajer, David ; Ponnambalam, Sem ; Bhavnani, Sanjeev ; Lamy, Andre ; Whitlock, Richard ; Devereaux, P J ; PROTECT Network Investigators. / Postoperative Remote Automated Monitoring : Need for and State of the Science. In: Canadian Journal of Cardiology. 2018 ; Vol. 34, No. 7. pp. 850-862.
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