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It is a supervisor/operator configuration with two independently running AISs, linked over two-way asynchronous serial communication line. 7) "models" the patient status by generating patient data in the manual input mode. The supervisor work station sends the patient data to the operator work station, where it is processed as if it were automatically sampled data. ). are transmitted to the supervisor work station. The data base contents on both sides are thus identical. This is a two-person play with several purposes: (a) it is possible to investigate the system's capabilities in a situation which is more realistic than simple function test (b) users can learn to operate the system outside the operating room, and (c) many aspects of decision-making training are feasible.
1 schematically shows the work environment of the anesthesiologist using our touchsensitive AIS monitor. The monitor displays all diagnostic and therapeutic data gathered during the operation (organized in "pages") as well as "virtual control elements", such as keys and sliders for data input, data retrieval, and system control procedures. For extensive numeric data input tasks, such as recording blood transfusion data, we provide a bar code reading device (reader in Fig. 1), although there also exists a manual mode whereby this data may be entered with the help of a numeric keyboard displayed on the monitor screen.
Hardware Table 2 summarizes typical hardware configurations. The E-prom program microprocessor is typically seen in small automated spirometric systems. Further examples are the dedicated microprocessor with floopy disk stations, possibly very soon the general-purpose personal computer, and the minicomputer based multi-user system. On-line data acquisition is possible with all four types. However, for some of the most popular personal computers there are at present no ADCs and corresponding software commercially available.