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Wearables for Home Post-Operative Monitoring: Proof of Concept

We hypothesise that wearables could transform perioperative care, including through facilitating early-discharge, a key tenant of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS), by enabling remote patient monitoring of physiological & functional variables.

Code for EBPOM 2020 Abstract: Wearables for Home Post-op Monitoring

Code for my abstract “Wearables for Home Post-Operative Monitoring: Proof of Concept” submitted to Evidence Based PeriOperative Medicine 2020 Imports fitbit data, via the web API and fitbitr package, into R.

Subdural haemorrhage following epidural top-up for caesarean section

Background & aims Subdural haemorrhage after epidural is a rare complication, which can pose diagnostic challenge given the varied differentials for intrapartum headache. We present a 30-year-old fit and well female at 40 weeks and 2 days gestation with an epidural uneventfully sited.

Creating a Portable High-Fidelity ECMO Mannequin for Developing an ECMO-assisted CardioPulmonary Resuscitation (eCPR) Programme

Background eCPR is a complex process requiring multiple team members to conduct technical procedures in a coordinated, time-critical fashion. Simulation has an increasingly well recognised role in medical training, particularly in the field of critical care, allowing non-technical skills to be honed and logistical challenges to be identified and solutions sought in a safe environment.