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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28207670/feasibility-study-of-utilization-of-action-camera-gopro-hero-4-google-glass-and-panasonic-hx-a100-in-spine-surgery
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Chang Kyu Lee, Youngjun Kim, Nam Lee, Byeongwoo Kim, Doyoung Kim, Seong Yi
STUDY DESIGN: Study for feasibility of commercially available action cameras in recording video of spine. OBJECTIVE: Recent innovation of the wearable action camera with high-definition video recording enables surgeons to use camera in the operation at ease without high costs. The purpose of this study is to compare the feasibility, safety, and efficacy of commercially available action cameras in recording video of spine surgery. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA: There are early reports of medical professionals using Google Glass throughout the hospital, Panasonic HX-A100 action camera, and GoPro...
February 15, 2017: Spine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28186420/driving-while-interacting-with-google-glass
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Kathryn G Tippey, Elayaraj Sivaraj, Thomas K Ferris
OBJECTIVE: This study evaluated the individual and combined effects of voice (vs. manual) input and head-up (vs. head-down) display in a driving and device interaction task. BACKGROUND: Advances in wearable technology offer new possibilities for in-vehicle interaction but also present new challenges for managing driver attention and regulating device usage in vehicles. This research investigated how driving performance is affected by interface characteristics of devices used for concurrent secondary tasks...
February 1, 2017: Human Factors
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28165347/google-glass-for-residents-dealing-with-pediatric-cardiopulmonary-arrest-a-randomized-controlled-simulation-based-study
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David Drummond, Cécile Arnaud, Romain Guedj, Alexandre Duguet, Nathalie de Suremain, Arnaud Petit
OBJECTIVES: To determine whether real-time video communication between the first responder and a remote intensivist via Google Glass improves the management of a simulated in-hospital pediatric cardiopulmonary arrest before the arrival of the ICU team. DESIGN: Randomized controlled study. SETTING: Children's hospital at a tertiary care academic medical center. SUBJECTS: Forty-two first-year pediatric residents. INTERVENTIONS: Pediatric residents were evaluated during two consecutive simulated pediatric cardiopulmonary arrests with a high-fidelity manikin...
February 2017: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28152944/a-single-institution-s-experience-with-the-value-of-fdg-pet-ct-imaging-in-patients-with-newly-diagnosed-stage-iib-iiib-breast-cancer
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Katherine Glass, Chad W Cummings, Alberto J Montero, Jame Abraham, Halle C F Moore, G Thomas Budd
: 123 Background: The Cleveland Clinic is utilizing disease specific teams to craft care paths for value based disease management. The report by Groheux (JNCI 2012; 104:1879-1887), reported (18) FDG-PET-CT detected distant metastasis in 10.7, 17.5 and 36.5% of stage IIB- IIIB breast cancer patients. Based on this report, the breast team incorporated (18) FDG-PET- CT imaging for initial staging of IIB-IIIB patients. METHODS: Treatment algorithms were developed by a multi-disciplinary breast cancer team...
March 2016: Journal of Clinical Oncology: Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28113862/magnifying-smartphone-screen-using-google-glass-for-low-vision-users
#5
Shrinivas Pundlik, Huaqi Yi, Rui Liu, Eli Peli, Gang Luo
Magnification is a key accessibility feature used by low-vision smartphone users. However, small screen size can lead to loss of context and make interaction with magnified displays challenging. We hypothesize that controlling the viewport with head motion can be natural and help in gaining access to magnified displays. We implement this idea using a Google Glass that displays the magnified smartphone screenshots received in real time via Bluetooth. Instead of navigating with touch gestures on the magnified smartphone display, the users can view different screen locations by rotating their head, and remotely interacting with the smartphone...
March 23, 2016: IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28095946/electroconvulsive-therapy-ect-for-treating-agitation-in-dementia-major-neurocognitive-disorder-a-promising-option
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Oliver M Glass, Brent P Forester, Adriana P Hermida
BACKGROUND: Agitation in patients with dementia increases caretaker burden, increases healthcare costs, and worsens the patient's quality of life. Antipsychotic medications, commonly used for the treatment of agitation in patients with dementia have a box warning from the FDA for elevated mortality risk. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) has made significant advances over the past several years, and is efficacious in treating a wide range of psychiatric conditions. We provide a systematic review of published literature regarding the efficacy of ECT for the treatment of agitation in patients with dementia (major neurocognitive disorder)...
January 18, 2017: International Psychogeriatrics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28068887/the-use-of-smart-glasses-for-surgical-video-streaming
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Takafumi Hiranaka, Yuta Nakanishi, Takaaki Fujishiro, Yuichi Hida, Masanori Tsubosaka, Yosaku Shibata, Kenjiro Okimura, Harunobu Uemoto
Observation of surgical procedures performed by experts is extremely important for acquisition and improvement of surgical skills. Smart glasses are small computers, which comprise a head-mounted monitor and video camera, and can be connected to the internet. They can be used for remote observation of surgeries by video streaming. Although Google Glass is the most commonly used smart glasses for medical purposes, it is still unavailable commercially and has some limitations. This article reports the use of a different type of smart glasses, InfoLinker, for surgical video streaming...
January 1, 2017: Surgical Innovation
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27992944/role-of-google-glass-in-improving-patient-satisfaction-for-otolaryngology-residents-a-pilot-study
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E Son, A Halbert, S Abreu, R Hester, G Jefferson, K Jennings, H Pine, T Watts
OBJECTIVES: To demonstrate the feasibility and efficacy of the Google Glass as a tool to improve patient satisfaction and patient-physician communication for otolaryngology residents in the outpatient clinic setting. The primary outcome of the study was to improve patient satisfaction scores based on physician communication-related questions from Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) surveys. STUDY DESIGN: Prospective randomised trial. SETTING: Tertiary care hospital...
December 19, 2016: Clinical Otolaryngology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27983691/evaluation-of-google-glass-technical-limitations-on-their-integration-in-medical-systems
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Antonio Martinez-Millana, Jose-Luis Bayo-Monton, Aroa Lizondo, Carlos Fernandez-Llatas, Vicente Traver
Google Glass is a wearable sensor presented to facilitate access to information and assist while performing complex tasks. Despite the withdrawal of Google in supporting the product, today there are multiple applications and much research analyzing the potential impact of this technology in different fields of medicine. Google Glass satisfies the need of managing and having rapid access to real-time information in different health care scenarios. Among the most common applications are access to electronic medical records, display monitorizations, decision support and remote consultation in specialties ranging from ophthalmology to surgery and teaching...
December 15, 2016: Sensors
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27923752/use-of-google-glass-to-enhance-surgical-education-of-neurosurgery-residents-proof-of-concept-study
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Jonathan Nakhla, Andrew Kobets, Rafeal De la Garza Ramos, Neil Haranhalli, Yaroslav Gelfand, Adam Ammar, Murray Echt, Aleka Scoco, Merritt Kinon, Reza Yassari
BACKGROUND: The relatively decreased time spent in the operating room and overall reduction in cases performed by neurosurgical trainees as a result of duty-hour restrictions demands that the pedagogical content within each surgical encounter be maximized and crafted toward the specific talents and shortcomings of the individual. It is imperative to future generations that the quality of training adapts to the changing administrative infrastructures and compensates for anything that may compromise the technical abilities of trainees...
December 3, 2016: World Neurosurgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27833004/the-effectiveness-of-google-glass-as-a-vital-signs-monitor-in-surgery-a-simulation-study
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Mohammed Husnain Iqbal, Abdullatif Aydin, Alexandra Lowdon, Hamza Ibn Ahmed, Gordon H Muir, M Shamim Khan, Prokar Dasgupta, Kamran Ahmed
INTRODUCTION: To assess the effectiveness of the Google GLASS as a vital signs monitor in a surgical setting and identify potential uses. METHODS: This prospective, observational and comparative study recruited novice (n = 24), intermediate (n = 8) and expert urologists (n = 5). All candidates performed a procedure on the GreenLight Simulator within a simulated setting using a standard vital signs monitor and then the Google GLASS. The time taken to respond to abnormal vital signs during both sessions was recorded...
December 2016: International Journal of Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27826549/point-of-view-recording-devices-for-intraoperative-neurosurgical-video-capture
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Jose L Porras, Syed Khalid, Brandon K Root, Imad S Khan, Robert J Singer
INTRODUCTION: The ability to record and stream neurosurgery is an unprecedented opportunity to further research, medical education, and quality improvement. Here, we appraise the ease of implementation of existing point-of-view devices when capturing and sharing procedures from the neurosurgical operating room and detail their potential utility in this context. METHODS: Our neurosurgical team tested and critically evaluated features of the Google Glass and Panasonic HX-A500 cameras, including ergonomics, media quality, and media sharing in both the operating theater and the angiography suite...
2016: Frontiers in Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27790251/discoloration-potential-of-endodontic-sealers-a-brief-review
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REVIEW
Sohrab Tour Savadkouhi, Mahta Fazlyab
: Tooth discoloration induced by endodontic sealers, is a common finding that impairs aesthetic outcome of endodontic treatment. The aim of the present mini literature review, was to summarize the existing data on discoloration potential of different endodontic sealers. The research covered the article published in PubMed and Google Scholar from 2000 to 2015. The searched keywords included 'tooth discoloration AND endodontic', 'tooth discoloration AND sealer, 'tooth discoloration AND zinc-oxide eugenol sealer', 'tooth discoloration AND Calcium Hydroxide Sealer', 'tooth discoloration AND Glass Ionomer Sealer', 'tooth discoloration AND epoxy-resin Sealer', 'tooth discoloration AND Silicon Based Sealer', 'tooth discoloration AND Bioceramic Sealer' and 'Spectrophotometry'...
2016: Iranian Endodontic Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27731862/feasibility-of-augmented-reality-in-clinical-simulations-using-google-glass-with-manikins
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Basil Chaballout, Margory Molloy, Jacqueline Vaughn, Raymond Brisson Iii, Ryan Shaw
BACKGROUND: Studies show that students who use fidelity-based simulation technology perform better and have higher retention rates than peers who learn in traditional paper-based training. Augmented reality is increasingly being used as a teaching and learning tool in a continual effort to make simulations more realistic for students. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this project was to assess the feasibility and acceptability of using augmented reality via Google Glass during clinical simulation scenarios for training health science students...
March 7, 2016: JMIR Medical Education
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27730249/patient-perceptions-of-wearable-face-mounted-computing-technology-and-the-effect-on-the-doctor-patient-relationship
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Micah T Prochaska, Valerie G Press, David O Meltzer, Vineet M Arora
BACKGROUND: Wearable face-mounted computers such as Google Glass™ , Microsoft HoloLens™, and Oculus' Rift(®), are increasingly being tested in hospital care. These devices challenge social etiquette, raise privacy issues, and may disrupt the intimacy of the doctor patient relationship. We aimed to determine patients' perception of and their privacy concerns with an archetype of wearable face-mounted computer devices, Google Glass. METHODS: Hospitalized inpatients were asked about their familiarity with Glass, how comfortable they would be and if they would be concerned about privacy if their physician wore Glass, if the use of Glass would affect their trust in their physician, and if they would want their physician to wear Glass if it improved their care...
October 12, 2016: Applied Clinical Informatics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27693779/managing-molar-incisor-hypomineralization-a-systematic-review
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REVIEW
Karim Elhennawy, Falk Schwendicke
OBJECTIVES: We systematically reviewed treatment modalities for MIH-affected molars and incisors. DATA: Trials on humans with ≥1 MIH molar/incisor reporting on various treatments were included. Two authors independently searched and extracted records. Sample-size-weighted annual failure rates were estimated where appropriate. The risk of bias was assessed using the Newcastle-Ottawa scale. SOURCES: Electronic databases (PubMed, Embase, Cochrane CENTRAL, Google Scholar) were screened, and hand searches and cross-referencing performed...
December 2016: Journal of Dentistry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27633195/comparing-the-demands-of-destination-entry-using-google-glass-and-the-samsung-galaxy-s4-during-simulated-driving
#17
COMPARATIVE STUDY
Niek Beckers, Sam Schreiner, Pierre Bertrand, Bruce Mehler, Bryan Reimer
The relative impact of using a Google Glass based voice interface to enter a destination address compared to voice and touch-entry methods using a handheld Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone was assessed in a driving simulator. Voice entry (Google Glass and Samsung) had lower subjective workload ratings, lower standard deviation of lateral lane position, shorter task durations, faster remote Detection Response Task (DRT) reaction times, lower DRT miss rates, and resulted in less time glancing off-road than the primary visual-manual interaction with the Samsung Touch interface...
January 2017: Applied Ergonomics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27563911/a-participatory-agent-based-simulation-for-indoor-evacuation-supported-by-google-glass
#18
Jesús M Sánchez, Álvaro Carrera, Carlos Á Iglesias, Emilio Serrano
Indoor evacuation systems are needed for rescue and safety management. One of the challenges is to provide users with personalized evacuation routes in real time. To this end, this project aims at exploring the possibilities of Google Glass technology for participatory multiagent indoor evacuation simulations. Participatory multiagent simulation combines scenario-guided agents and humans equipped with Google Glass that coexist in a shared virtual space and jointly perform simulations. The paper proposes an architecture for participatory multiagent simulation in order to combine devices (Google Glass and/or smartphones) with an agent-based social simulator and indoor tracking services...
2016: Sensors
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27543489/google-glass-in-medicine-the-man-with-a-computer-on-face
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EDITORIAL
Sundeep Mishra
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
July 2016: Indian Heart Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27381429/teletoxicology-patient-assessment-using-wearable-audiovisual-streaming-technology
#20
Aaron B Skolnik, Peter R Chai, Christian Dameff, Richard Gerkin, Jessica Monas, Angela Padilla-Jones, Steven Curry
BACKGROUND: Audiovisual streaming technologies allow detailed remote patient assessment and have been suggested to change management and enhance triage. The advent of wearable, head-mounted devices (HMDs) permits advanced teletoxicology at a relatively low cost. A previously published pilot study supports the feasibility of using the HMD Google Glass® (Google Inc.; Mountain View, CA) for teletoxicology consultation. This study examines the reliability, accuracy, and precision of the poisoned patient assessment when performed remotely via Google Glass®...
December 2016: Journal of Medical Toxicology: Official Journal of the American College of Medical Toxicology
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