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Wireless analgesia management system, so that anesthesiologists no longer "run"

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2019/01/24 10:49

In the eyes of everyone, the anesthesiologist's duty is just a shot. In fact, the injection of anesthetic is only the most basic work of the anesthesiologist. In order to ensure that the surgeon can perform the operation smoothly during the operation, the anesthesiologist also needs to accompany the whole process to observe the physical parameters of the patient's blood pressure and breathing in real time. Pain management should be performed on the patient after surgery. On the 7th, the Anesthesiology Department of Nanjing General Hospital of Nanjing Military Region opened the recovery room after anesthesia, and showed the wireless high pain management system of “Gao Da”, which can not only remotely monitor the patient's pain, but also pass the high-tech analgesic pump. Generating the patient's vital signs greatly reduces the intensity of the anesthesiologist's work. This is also the largest and earliest wireless pain management system in Nanjing.

 

The anesthesiologists have a "computer helper"

In the recovery room after anesthesia, the author saw an anesthesia record of a patient, a total of 7 pages before and after. “It takes more than an hour for a responsible anesthesiologist to complete such a complete anesthesia record. After using the wireless analgesia management system, many data systems in the anesthesia record can be automatically generated. The anesthesiologist only needs to click the mouse. It took a few minutes to complete the anesthesia record," said Li Weiyan, director of the anesthesiology department at Nanjing General Hospital of Nanjing Military Region.

Although there are 54 anesthesiologists in the anesthesiology department of the Nanjing General Hospital of Nanjing Military Region, the anesthesiologist is still in short supply for the large patient population in the hospital. Last year, Li Weiyan and his team introduced this “high-up” wireless analgesia management system, which greatly improved the efficiency of the anesthesiology department. "Before using this system, we will go to the ward after surgery and find that the patient will solve the problem of unbearable postoperative pain, but it is still a state of 'blind running'." Deputy Director of Anesthesiology Zhu Sihai said that after using the wireless analgesic management system, the "passive analgesia" situation became "active analgesia", and the anesthesiologists had a "computer helper" that could be monitored 24 hours a day. The patient's real-time analgesia will be recorded. The number of presses of the analgesic pump, the average dose of the drug, including the lock time, can be set by the wireless analgesia management system, and the patient's vital signs are automatically recorded through the system.

 

"Gao Da Shang" system is "Jiangsu invention"

Li Weiyan showed the use of the wireless analgesia management system. This new type of analgesia pump has more buttons such as “Airout” and “Enter”. Before using, the nurse will set the relevant parameters. Compared with traditional analgesic pumps, the high-tech new analgesic pump not only "stops pain" but also transmits data. In the ward, an analgesic pump that transmits a wireless signal is used to collect the patient's analgesic information, and then wirelessly transmitted to the base station of the ward, and the base station transmits the information data to the central monitoring workstation of the analgesic system. The medical staff of the anesthesiology department can monitor the patient's analgesia in real time in the department and analyze the data transmitted back. “The system will record every press of the patient. If there are multiple “ineffective analgesias”, the patient’s analgesic plan needs to be adjusted. The anesthesiologists can also accurately reach the patient according to the patient information prompted by the system. The ward is more targeted." Kang Taixiang, head nurse of the recovery room after anesthesia.

In addition, if there is "insufficient analgesia", the wireless analgesia management system will automatically alarm immediately, reminding the nurse to adjust the infusion parameters in time or according to the clinical situation. The wireless analgesia management system can provide early warning when the analgesia pump has "bubble or no liquid", "clogging", or "to the limit". "New features" such as data transmission and pain monitoring have enabled the wireless analgesia management system to immediately become "high on the body." It is reported that this set of technology-rich equipment is also "made in Jiangsu", "the invention of the system is from the experts of Nantong Cancer Hospital," Li Weiyan said, "incorporating the opinions of many 'big cows' in the field of anesthesia, this set of wireless The analgesic management system has become more sophisticated."

 

Future pain monitoring will be more "remote"

It is understood that this wireless analgesia management system has basically covered the entire hospital of Nanjing General Hospital of Nanjing Military Region. Director Li Weiyan said that pain may cause changes in the patient's immune system and sleep quality. "Two days after surgery, the patient is the key period of analgesia. At the most severe time, one month after knee replacement surgery is a patient. Analgesia, so postoperative pain can not be underestimated."

At present, the wireless analgesia management system currently being used by the South is version 2.0, which will be more perfect in the future. For patients with chronic diseases, such as cancer patients suffering from cancer, they can go home with an analgesic pump. The distance of "remote control" is more remote. “We can provide telephone guidance to patients based on the feedback from the analgesic pump. If the community doctors are well equipped, they can communicate with the doctors at the two levels to allow the community doctors to come to the door to deal with the patient's pain status,” said Director Li Weiyan.