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Video consultation in a medical intensive care unit based on CERTAIN platform- a pilot study

Saša Dragić ; University Clinical Centre of the republic of Srpska, Medical Intensive Care Unit, Banja Luka, RS – BiH; Medical School Universty of Banja Luka, RS – BiH
Peđa Kovačević ; Medical School Universty of Banja Luka, RS – BiH
Danica Momčičević ; Medical School Universty of Banja Luka, RS – BiH
Biljana Zlojutro ; University Clinical Centre of the republic of Srpska, Medical Intensive Care Unit, Banja Luka, RS – BiH
Sandra Topolovac ; University Clinical Centre of the republic of Srpska, Medical Intensive Care Unit, Banja Luka, RS – BiH
Vlado Đajić ; Medical School Universty of Banja Luka, RS – BiH; Management of University Clinical Centre of the republic of Srpska, General menager, Banja Luka, RS – BiH
Tijana Kovačević ; Medical School Universty of Banja Luka, RS – BiH; University Clinical Centre of the republic of Srpska, Clinical Pharmacy, Banja Luka, RS – BiH
Emir Festić ; Department of Critical Care Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, United States
Ognjen Gajić ; Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN


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Introduction: The development of intensive care medicine in developing countries is limited by the lack of effective global infrastructure that supports the educational process of doctors and other medical personnel. The principles of modern telemedicine can serve as a tool for raising the quality of treatment but also as an "e-learning technique or expert second opinion".
Objective: To examine the effects of a one-year application of teleconsultations in the ICU on predefined indicators of effectiveness and efficiency.
Material and Methods: This is a cross section study that monitors mortality, length of hospitalization, the speed of new knowledge aquisition, the economic aspect and user satisfaction a year before and a year after the introduction of tele-education based on CERTAIN platform developed by the experts from Mayo Clinic. The data was processed by a descriptive statistical method and application of statistical conclusions, and is tabulated and graphically presented.
Results: The results showed a decrease in mortality, a shortening of the average length of hospitalization, a high level of user satisfaction, rapid adoption of new knowledge, and significant economic benefits.
Conclusion: Teleconsultation mode in intensive units based on the adaptation of existing resources (especially for countries in transition) can serve as a good model for improving the treatment of critically ill patients and for educating health workers.

Ključne riječi

telemedicine, tele-education, videoconsultation, check list, intensive medicine

Hrčak ID:

204600

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/204600

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