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US Clinical Trial NCT02796404 – NIH – May 23, 2016

Effectiveness of a Homebased Cardiac Rehabilitation Program of Mixed Surveillance Using NUUBO Monitoring Vest in Patients With Ischemic Heart Disease at Moderate Cardiovascular Risk

The current state of mobile communication and technology is a tool to support home programs for chronic disease management, useful to facilitate access to these types of programs, because the investigators could obtain telematics information about t...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03504189 – NIH – Mar 5, 2018

Clinical Study Evaluating the Safety of PregSense and Comparative Performance of PregSense Versus CTG in Prenatal Monitoring of Pregnant Subjects

PregSense™ is a maternal-fetal monitor that non-invasively measures and displays fetal heart rate, maternal hear rate and uterine contractions. This study will be performed to collect and digitally record data from PregSense™ and the standard of car...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01559246 – NIH – Mar 9, 2012

Comparison of Short Term Holter Monitoring vs. Long Term Zio(R)Patch True Continuous ECG Monitoring (TCEM Study)

This is a prospective, observational study of patients seen in the Holter lab at Scripps Green Hospital and other Scripps Clinic locations. Only patients who have indications for traditional cardiac rhythm monitoring will be enrolled in the study. P...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01151995 – NIH – Jun 24, 2010

Effectiveness and Costs of Remote Monitoring for Clinical Trials

II. Research Project Plan Specific Aim 1: To determine the effectiveness of remote access to electronic clinical systems for clinical trial study monitoring. Accuracy and completeness of source document verification (SDV) and compliance with regulat...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03081793 – NIH – Mar 10, 2017

Estimation of Average and Beat-to-beat Heart Rate With a Novel Wrist-worn PPG Device in Surgery Patients

The primary use of photoplethysmography (PPG) measurement in clinical settings is usually the determination of the blood oxygen saturation level of the patient. The same device often reports also an average pulse rate of the subject. If the subject...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02742012 – NIH – Jun 25, 2015

A Multicenter Validation Study of a Multimodal Indicator of Anesthesia Calculated From the Electroencephalogram and Standard Monitoring Parameters

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Request for Comments RFC7258 – IETF – May 1, 2014

Pervasive Monitoring Is an Attack

Pervasive monitoring is a technical attack that should be mitigated in the design of IETF protocols, where possible.
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US Clinical Trial NCT02950649 – NIH – Aug 3, 2016

Evaluation of Clinical Impact of Non-Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring to Optimize Perioperative Care in Moderate to High Risk Patients With Poor Functional Status

This study seeks to evaluate the impact of using a non-invasive technology to assess flow guided parameters (SV,SVR, dp/dt, CO, etc.) on patient care decisions in the preoperative settings. Patients seen in the preoperative clinic who are undergoing...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03965702 – NIH – May 24, 2019

Manual Versus Assisted Fluid Management in Surgical Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Many trials have indicated that goal-directed fluid therapy (GDFT) strategies may benefit high-risk surgical patients but these strategies are infrequently implemented. It has also been shown that without any goal or protocol for fluid resuscitation...
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Request for Comments RFC1513 – IETF – Sep 1, 1993

Token Ring Extensions to the Remote Network Monitoring MIB

This memo defines extensions to the Remote Network Monitoring MIB for managing 802.5 Token Ring networks. [STANDARDS-TRACK]
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US Clinical Trial NCT02790554 – NIH – Jun 1, 2016

Evaluation of an Innovative Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring Device (Named Moyo) to Improve Perinatal Outcome in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

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US Clinical Trial NCT03586310 – NIH – Mar 16, 2018

Evaluation of the Ear-EEG System for Sleep Monitoring in Healthy Subjects

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US Clinical Trial NCT01235299 – NIH – Nov 4, 2010

Free Flap Microcirculatory Monitoring Correlates to Free Flap Temperature Assessment

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US Clinical Trial NCT03558763 – NIH – May 23, 2018

Remote MONITORing of Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Using a Tablet System. A Randomized Cross Over Pilot Study of Feasibility Evaluation and Quality of Life Measurements

The primary objective is to evaluate the impact and feasibility of tele monitoring and video contact in personalized care of moderate and severe COPD patients. This should be compared to normal standards of care. The cross-over design evaluates the...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02570906 – NIH – Sep 1, 2015

A Performance Assessment of a Remote Patient Monitoring Device in Measuring Heart Rate, Respiration Rate, Posture, and Activity Level

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US Clinical Trial NCT03215238 – NIH – Jul 9, 2017

Intraoperative Pleth Variability Index (PVI) Variability

PVI is derived from the infrared photoplethysmography signal. Intraoperatively during mechanical ventilation it reflect fluid responsiveness which is a surrogate endpoint of intravascular volume. PVI signal appears to have significant baseline vari...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02790814 – NIH – Jun 1, 2016

Evaluation of an Innovative Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring Device (Named Moyo) to Improve Perinatal Outcome at Haydom Hospital, Tanzania

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US Clinical Trial NCT03800329 – NIH – Aug 14, 2018

Use of Remote Monitoring to Improve Physician Monitoring, Patient Satisfaction, and Predict Readmissions Following Cardiac Surgery

The overall aim of this project is to determine the perceived utility and benefit to use of remote monitoring technology in patients being discharged following cardiac surgery at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. The investigators also aim to determine...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03244865 – NIH – Aug 3, 2017

Refinement of LaborView Electronic Fetal Monitor

Despite its limitations, fetal heart rate (FHR) tracing analysis is the best monitor of fetal well being during labor. Typically, continuous electronic fetal monitoring is via transabdominal ultrasound (CTG: cardiotocograph). A transducer is strappe...
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US Clinical Trial NCT00654693 – NIH – Apr 3, 2008

A Pilot Study to Evaluate the Performance of Nihon Kohden's NTX Wireless Patient Monitoring System

Approximately 150 patients will have wireless monitors attached to their arm. They will have their vital signs filtered through software that generates alerts and records data. The alert engine will produce pager and application based pop-up alerts...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02142088 – NIH – May 16, 2014

A Clinical Study to Evaluate the Safety of the GlySure Continuous Intra-vascular Glucose Monitoring System, and Its Performance in Comparison to Intermittent Blood Glucose Monitoring in Adult Intensive Care Unit Patients

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US Clinical Trial NCT01135771 – NIH – Jun 2, 2010

Performance Study Using the OptiScanner on Healthy Diabetics

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US Clinical Trial NCT02204540 – NIH – Jul 27, 2014

Validation of Video Monitoring to Assess Compliance in Clinical Interventions

In the first phase of this study, the study scientists will research and compare technologies that will be used in video monitoring via webcam. The study team will also develop a standardized protocol for using the webcam technology through hands-on...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03688529 – NIH – Sep 26, 2018

Using Physiological Monitoring Instruments to Measure Autonomic Response From Surgical Steps of Shoulder Arthroscopy Surgery

The dynamic interaction between surgery and anesthesia is closely monitored by the anesthesiologist using various monitoring instruments in the operating room. However, it requires the recording and collecting the data for further analysis to answer...
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US Clinical Trial NCT00247949 – NIH – Nov 1, 2005

The Accuracy of Non-invasive Continuous Carbon Dioxide Monitoring by the Sentec V-Sign Digital Monitor System

Measurement of SO2 is used in nearly every patient receiving anesthesia or sedation, whereas monitoring of pCO2 is important in patients during and shortly after major surgery and in critically ill patients. But measurement of pCO2 requires arterial...
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Request for Comments RFC8256 – IETF – Oct 1, 2017

Requirements for Hitless MPLS Path Segment Monitoring

One of the most important Operations, Administration, and Maintenance (OAM) capabilities for transport-network operation is fault localization. An in-service, on-demand path segment monitoring function of a transport path is indispensable, particul...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01800448 – NIH – Oct 12, 2012

Cardiopulmonary Monitoring, Skin Conductance and Variability Analysis During Weaning and Extubation in Critically Ill Patients

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US Clinical Trial NCT03691103 – NIH – Aug 20, 2018

To Record and Analyze the Physiological Data From Anesthetic Monitoring Instruments Regarding Cardiovascular, Neurological System, and Surgical Stress for Patients Undergoing Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in a Stepwise Approach.

The dynamic interaction between surgery and anesthesia is closely monitored by the anesthesiologist using various monitoring instruments in the operating room. However, it requires the recording and collecting the data for further analysis to answer...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02773680 – NIH – May 9, 2016

Assessment of CT-derived Thoracic Electrical-Impedance-Tomography Finite Element Models

A major drawback of EIT is its relatively poor spatial resolution and its limitation in measuring changes in bioimpedance as compared to a reference state (and not absolute quantities). Therefore, the technique cannot differentiate between extrapulm...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03764709 – NIH – Aug 28, 2018

The Technological Challenge of Continuous Wireless Monitoring in Internal Medicine Unit to Improve Management of Complex Patients: the Green Line From Hospital to Territory (Green Line H-T Study)

Background and Rationale* In IMU there is an increasing concentration of patients with serious illness, under acute exacerbation of previous diseases, elderly patients with co-morbidities and/or fragility, needing high intensity care. Those patients...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03866226 – NIH – Mar 5, 2019

The Effect of Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring on Sleep Disturbance

Participants who accept ABPM in the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine, will be recruited for EMBED enrollment. Participants will be asked to provide basic background information and to fill out the STOP-BANG evalua...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01836510 – NIH – Mar 19, 2013

Selection of Potential Predictors of Worsening Heart Failure

Home Monitoring remotely provides continuous trends of potential HF-related variables with a sampling interval of 24 hours. Although the predictive value of individual variables may be limited, a proper combination of more variables and their 24-hou...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03574272 – NIH – May 27, 2018

Demonstration and Multi-center Verification of the Patient Transfer Monitoring System in Hospital Using Mobile IoT Technology

Hospitalized patients who need transfer for a diagnostic examination or rehabilitation therapy during hospitalization, and have a risk of hypoxemia during transfer will be enrolled in this trial. The subjects will be provided with a portable oximete...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02094859 – NIH – Mar 20, 2014

GlucoClearTM System ICU Study

Design: Non-randomized, non-treatment, prospective, open label Study. After providing written informed consent, subjects meeting Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria will be connected to the System for a maximum of 72 hours. For the purposes of this clini...
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US Clinical Trial NCT03268486 – NIH – Aug 29, 2017

Evaluation of a Novel Signal Acquisition Technique for Intrapartum Cardiotocography

First phase of the study will start in October 2017 in labor wards at Hospital de Santa Maria, Lisbon where performing continuous cardiotocographic fetal monitoring with conventional Doppler technology is the routine procedure. Through a collaborati...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02692222 – NIH – Feb 10, 2016

Measurement of Pulse Pressure Variation (PPV) and Cardiac Output (CO) by a New Application for Android™ (Captesia™) : Comparison With PPV and CO Obtained by a Method of Transpulmonary Thermodilution.

Pulse pressure variation (PPV) remains a good predictor of fluid responsiveness in the OR. However, PPV can be time-consuming to calculate (manual determination), is not always displayed on monitoring screens nor reliable through visual assessment a...
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Request for Comments RFC6022 – IETF – Oct 1, 2010

YANG Module for NETCONF Monitoring

This document defines a Network Configuration Protocol (NETCONF) data model to be used to monitor the NETCONF protocol. The monitoring data model includes information about NETCONF datastores, sessions, locks, and statistics. This data facilitates...
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Request for Comments RFC6980 – IETF – Aug 1, 2013

Security Implications of IPv6 Fragmentation with IPv6 Neighbor Discovery

This document analyzes the security implications of employing IPv6 fragmentation with Neighbor Discovery (ND) messages. It updates RFC 4861 such that use of the IPv6 Fragmentation Header is forbidden in all Neighbor Discovery messages, thus allowin...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01282723 – NIH – Jan 21, 2011

Multi-Reader Multi-Case Study to Identify Uterine Contractions Recorded From Laboring Patients by Practicing Clinicians

The SureCALL® EMG Labor Monitor® (SureCALL®)is a transabdominal electromyography monitor intended to measure intrapartum uterine activity. It is intended for use on term pregnant women who are in labor, with singleton pregnancies, using surface elec...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02529176 – NIH – Aug 18, 2015

Randomized Trial of a Best-Practice Alert in the Electronic Medical Record to Reduce Unnecessary Telemetry Monitoring

Physicians often order continuous cardiac monitoring (telemetry) for their patients in the hospital. Telemetry provides real-time heart rate and rhythm monitoring and can be useful for detecting arrhythmias and evaluating the response to cardiac the...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02880787 – NIH – Aug 18, 2016

Comparison of Two Neuromuscular Transmission Monitors Based on Acceleromyography: TOF-Watch SX® and TOFScan®

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US Clinical Trial NCT00989859 – NIH – Oct 2, 2009

A Pilot Study Using Photo-plethysmographic (PPG) Camera to Monitor Heart Rate, Respiration Rate and Oxygen Saturation in Infants.

The plethysmographic signal is typically strong on children. This provides a reliable heart rate monitor. However, to measure oxygen saturation, a quantitative value of the strength at two wavelength regions (green and red) is required. It is also n...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01434771 – NIH – Sep 13, 2011

Simultaneous Hemodynamic and Ventilatory Monitoring Using Radio Frequency Impedance Interrogation (RFII), Thoracic Impedance Cardiography and Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring Methods in Post Operative Cardiac Patients

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US Clinical Trial NCT00420069 – NIH – Jan 7, 2007

Biphasic Extrathoracic Cuirass Ventilation During Dental Treatment Under Deep Sedation

The MediventRTX portable lightweight respirator (MRTX) provides noninvasive respiratory support using biphasic extrathoracic ventilation via a cuirass fitted around the patient's chest. The aim of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of the MRTX du...
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US Clinical Trial NCT02133261 – NIH – May 6, 2014

BDx 7 Day ECG Patch: Electrode Adhesion Clinical Study

The primary purpose of this research is to evaluate ECG signal quality of the BDx 7 day ECG Patch heart monitor after 7 full days of wear, establishing that the device is safe and effective to wear for up to 7 days.
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US Clinical Trial NCT03280953 – NIH – Apr 25, 2017

Finding the Cut-off Value of Pulse Wave Transit Time (PWTT) to Estimate the Fluid Responsibility

PWTT is determined by measuring the beginning and the end of pulse wave duration and can be calculated as the time interval from the ECG R-wave peak to the rise point of the pulse oximeter wave. it consists of two components: pre ejection period (P...
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Request for Comments RFC6988 – IETF – Sep 1, 2013

Requirements for Energy Management

This document defines requirements for standards specifications for Energy Management. The requirements defined in this document are concerned with monitoring functions as well as control functions. Monitoring functions include identifying energy-m...
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US Clinical Trial NCT00465114 – NIH – Apr 23, 2007

Minimally-invasive Assessment of Cardiac Output in Severe Preeclampsia: Radial Artery Wave Form Analysis Versus Trans-thoracic Echocardiogram

Severe preeclampsia often presents with uncontrolled hypertension, which requires close monitoring of blood pressure and cardiac output. It will be very useful to know the cardiac output in this patient population, because it will guide the choice o...
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US Clinical Trial NCT01811342 – NIH – Mar 7, 2013

Evaluation of the Masimo Continuous Hemoglobin Monitor With Polar Plot Methodology

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US Clinical Trial NCT01400880 – NIH – Jul 21, 2011

Electrode-based Sensor for Non-invasive Fetal Heart Rate and EMG Monitoring With Improved Reliability

The majority of obstetric deliveries in the US undergo electronic monitoring and continuous uterine activity and fetal heart rate (FHR) monitoring is the standard of care. Typically, external transducers are employed, the reliability of which depend...
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