Published on 23.10.18 in Vol 5, No 4 (2018): Oct-Dec
Works citing "Alarm-Related Workload in Default and Modified Alarm Settings and the Relationship Between Alarm Workload, Alarm Response Rate, and Care Provider Experience: Quantification and Comparison Study"
According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/11704):
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- Kaur D, Panos RJ, Badawi O, Bapat SS, Wang L, Gupta A. Evaluation of clinician interaction with alerts to enhance performance of the tele-critical care medical environment. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2020;139:104165CrossRef
- Dursun Ergezen F, Kol E. Nurses’ responses to monitor alarms in an intensive care unit: An observational study. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 2020;59:102845CrossRef
- Fernandes CO, Miles S, Lucena CJPD, Cowan D. Artificial Intelligence Technologies for Coping with Alarm Fatigue in Hospital Environments Because of Sensory Overload: Algorithm Development and Validation. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(11):e15406CrossRef
- Ruppel H, Funk M, Whittemore R, Wung S, Bonafide CP, Powell Kennedy H. Critical care nurses’ clinical reasoning about physiologic monitor alarm customisation: An interpretive descriptive study. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2019;28(15-16):3033CrossRef