Development traumatic brain injury computer user interface for disaster area in Indonesia supported by emergency broadband access network

Agung Budi Sutiono, Hirohiko Suwa, Toshizumi Ohta, Muh Zafrullah Arifin, Yohei Kitamura, Kazunari Yoshida, Daduk Merdika, Andri Qiantori, Iskandar

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Disasters bring consequences of negative impacts on the environment and human life. One of the common cause of critical condition is traumatic brain injury (TBI), namely, epidural (EDH) and subdural hematoma (SDH), due to downfall hard things during earthquake. We proposed and analyzed the user response, namely neurosurgeon, general doctor/surgeon and nurse when they interacted with TBI computer interface. The communication systems was supported by TBI web based applications using emergency broadband access network with tethered balloon and simulated in the field trial to evaluate the coverage area. The interface consisted of demography data and multi tabs for anamnesis, treatment, follow up and teleconference interfaces. The interface allows neurosurgeon, surgeon/general doctors and nurses to entry the EDH and SDH patient's data during referring them on the emergency simulation and evaluated based on time needs and their understanding. The average time needed was obtained after simulated by Lenovo T500 notebook using mouse; 8-10 min for neurosurgeons, 12-15 min for surgeons/general doctors and 15-19 min for nurses. By using Think Pad X201 Tablet, the time needed for entry data was 5-7 min for neurosurgeon, 7-10 min for surgeons/general doctors and 12-16 min for nurses. We observed that the time difference was depending on the computer type and user literacy qualification as well as their understanding on traumatic brain injury, particularly for the nurses. In conclusion, there are five data classification for simply TBI GUI, namely, 1) demography, 2) specific anamnesis for EDH and SDH, 3) treatment action and medicine of TBI, 4) follow up data display and 5) teleneurosurgery for streaming video consultation. The type of computer, particularly tablet PC was more convenient and faster for entry data, compare to that computer mouse touched pad. Emergency broadband access network using tethered balloon is possible to be employed to cover the communications systems in disaster area.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3955-3966
Number of pages12
JournalJournal of Medical Systems
Volume36
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012 Dec

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User-Computer Interface
Indonesia
Disasters
User interfaces
Brain
Emergencies
Subdural Hematoma
Nurses
Balloons
Data acquisition
Communication systems
Computer Literacy
Webcasts
Communication
Brain computer interface
Demography
Handheld Computers
Video streaming
Data Display
Brain-Computer Interfaces

Keywords

  • Disaster
  • Epidural and subdural hematoma
  • Referral systems
  • User interface design

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Medicine (miscellaneous)
  • Health Informatics
  • Health Information Management
  • Information Systems

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Development traumatic brain injury computer user interface for disaster area in Indonesia supported by emergency broadband access network. / Sutiono, Agung Budi; Suwa, Hirohiko; Ohta, Toshizumi; Arifin, Muh Zafrullah; Kitamura, Yohei; Yoshida, Kazunari; Merdika, Daduk; Qiantori, Andri; Iskandar.

In: Journal of Medical Systems, Vol. 36, No. 6, 12.2012, p. 3955-3966.

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Sutiono, Agung Budi ; Suwa, Hirohiko ; Ohta, Toshizumi ; Arifin, Muh Zafrullah ; Kitamura, Yohei ; Yoshida, Kazunari ; Merdika, Daduk ; Qiantori, Andri ; Iskandar. / Development traumatic brain injury computer user interface for disaster area in Indonesia supported by emergency broadband access network. In: Journal of Medical Systems. 2012 ; Vol. 36, No. 6. pp. 3955-3966.
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