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Triage With Rfid Tags
Triage With Rfid Tags
Triage With Rfid Tags
Triage With Rfid Tags
Triage With Rfid Tags
Triage With Rfid Tags
Triage With Rfid Tags
Triage With Rfid Tags
Triage With Rfid Tags
Triage With Rfid Tags
Triage With Rfid Tags
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  • 1. Inoue, Sozo   Sonoda, Akihiko   Oka, Ken'ichiro   Fujisaki, Shin'ichiro   Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering, Kyushu University
  • 2.
    • “ Triage with RFID Tags”, Proc. 1st International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare 2006, Dec. 2006. Koji Inoue
  • 3.
    • Triage: a procedure used by emergency personnel to ration limited medical resources to massive injured people
    • With triage tags
      • Classify and transport the injured effectively
      • Obtain and publish the state and the scale of the casualty incident
    • Speed up and increase the accuracy
    • Verified through experiment
  • 4.
    • The work flow of triage operated by emergency personnel
  • 5.
    • First aid area, operation point
    • 1 st triage(incident site)
      • Tagged in 30sec
      • Black/DECEASED
      • Red/IMMEDIATE
      • Yellow/DELAYED
      • Green/MINOR
    • 2 nd triage(first aid area)
      • Information of injured people
      • name/age/sex…
      • Written on tags
    • Hospital selection
    • In ambulance, collect information
  • 6.
    • Data integrity
      • Triage tags are cut off, lost or left
    • Input throughput
      • Input information time should be very short
    • Availability
      • Input operations of injured-person's information should be available anytime
    • Low latency
      • Information not collected until the ambulance which transported
  • 7.
    • Transport injured people as quickly as possible
    • Information collection of injured people affects to the latency of transportation
      • Troublesome operations for information collection
      • The level of injury and hospital to be transported have to be collected within 1 st or 2 nd triage prior to transportation,
  • 8.
    • RFID as a local buffer
      • Can input data
    • Information can collect through wireless network
    • Easy to read by using mobile device compared to handwriting
  • 9.
    • A triage tags
      • With input forms for the information
    • 1 st and 2 nd triage terminal, hospital selection
      • PDA RFID reader and a wireless communication interface
    • Ambulance terminal, hospital terminal, Operation point terminal*
      • A notebook PC equipped with a handy RFID reader and a wireless communication interface
    • The server
  • 10.
    • A complex car crash of 5cars and about 82 injured people
    • Such a big scale!
  • 11.  
  • 12.
    • The RFID triage system is demonstrated to be effective in mass casualty incidents of about 100 injured people
    • Using RFID to develope a information system