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Datex AS/3 record keeping : using the ADU gas control and vaporising principles

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The Datex AS/(3)(R) record keeper enables automated anaesthesia record keeping, whereby the anaesthesia record can be displayed on the AS/(3) anaesthesia monitor screen. In combination with the latest version of AS/(3) ADU (anaesthesia delivery unit) it is possible to assess anaesthetic consumption. The data are stored either on the hard disk of the server when using a network configuration, or on a dedicated memory card. A download onto a personal laptop computeris possible by using dedicated software. After the end of anaesthesia, a print-out of the patient record is possible through a laser printer, which is either directly connected to the monitor or via an anaesthesia network, located in a central location. A special interface/keyboard is provided with the anaesthesia record keeper. One part is identical to that present in the AS/(3) anaesthesia monitor. An important practical link is for patient documentation, personnel, ventilation and gas documentation, and contains buttons for documentation of events and comments. The lower section is a standard keyboard. For easy access, preconfigured choices of some anaesthesia menus are available. For scientific studies the record keeper permits a detailed measurement of the anaesthetic consumption, better than the billing purpose information of the ADU.
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anaesthetic consumption, automatic documentation, data recording

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Rolly, Georges, Michel Struys, and Linda Versichelen. “Datex AS/3 Record Keeping : Using the ADU Gas Control and Vaporising Principles.” State-of-the Art Technology in Anesthesia and Intensive Care. Ed. K Ikeda, M Doi, & T Kazama. Vol. 1168. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science, 1998. 275–281. Print.
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Rolly, G., Struys, M., & Versichelen, L. (1998). Datex AS/3 record keeping : using the ADU gas control and vaporising principles. In K. Ikeda, M. Doi, & T. Kazama (Eds.), State-of-the art technology in anesthesia and intensive care (Vol. 1168, pp. 275–281). Presented at the 18th International symposium on Computing in Anesthesia and Intensive Care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science.
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Rolly, Georges, Michel Struys, and Linda Versichelen. 1998. “Datex AS/3 Record Keeping : Using the ADU Gas Control and Vaporising Principles.” In State-of-the Art Technology in Anesthesia and Intensive Care, ed. K Ikeda, M Doi, and T Kazama, 1168:275–281. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Rolly, Georges, Michel Struys, and Linda Versichelen. 1998. “Datex AS/3 Record Keeping : Using the ADU Gas Control and Vaporising Principles.” In State-of-the Art Technology in Anesthesia and Intensive Care, ed. K Ikeda, M Doi, and T Kazama, 1168:275–281. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science.
Vancouver
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Rolly G, Struys M, Versichelen L. Datex AS/3 record keeping : using the ADU gas control and vaporising principles. In: Ikeda K, Doi M, Kazama T, editors. State-of-the art technology in anesthesia and intensive care. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science; 1998. p. 275–81.
IEEE
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G. Rolly, M. Struys, and L. Versichelen, “Datex AS/3 record keeping : using the ADU gas control and vaporising principles,” in State-of-the art technology in anesthesia and intensive care, Hamamatsu, Japan, 1998, vol. 1168, pp. 275–281.
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  abstract     = {The Datex AS/(3)(R) record keeper enables automated anaesthesia record keeping, whereby the anaesthesia record can be displayed on the AS/(3) anaesthesia monitor screen. In combination with the latest version of AS/(3) ADU (anaesthesia delivery unit) it is possible to assess anaesthetic consumption. The data are stored either on the hard disk of the server when using a network configuration, or on a dedicated memory card. A download onto a personal laptop computeris possible by using dedicated software. After the end of anaesthesia, a print-out of the patient record is possible through a laser printer, which is either directly connected to the monitor or via an anaesthesia network, located in a central location. A special interface/keyboard is provided with the anaesthesia record keeper. One part is identical to that present in the AS/(3) anaesthesia monitor. An important practical link is for patient documentation, personnel, ventilation and gas documentation, and contains buttons for documentation of events and comments. The lower section is a standard keyboard. For easy access, preconfigured choices of some anaesthesia menus are available. For scientific studies the record keeper permits a detailed measurement of the anaesthetic consumption, better than the billing purpose information of the ADU.},
  author       = {Rolly, Georges and Struys, Michel and Versichelen, Linda},
  booktitle    = {State-of-the art technology in anesthesia and intensive care},
  editor       = {Ikeda, K and Doi, M and Kazama, T},
  isbn         = {9780444500083},
  issn         = {0531-5131},
  keywords     = {anaesthetic consumption,automatic documentation,data recording},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Hamamatsu, Japan},
  pages        = {275--281},
  publisher    = {Elsevier Science},
  title        = {Datex AS/3 record keeping : using the ADU gas control and vaporising principles},
  volume       = {1168},
  year         = {1998},
}

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