Computerized Clinical Decision Support: Contributions from 2014. Managing Editor for the Imia Yearbook Section on Sensors ; Signals ; and Imaging Informatics P. Ruch ; Managing Editor for the Imia Yearbook Section on Human Factors D. Kubias. IMIA Yearbook, 2015, pp.119-124.

Bouaud J.;Koutkias V. Müller H.

“To summarize recent research and propose a selection of best papers published in 2014 in the field of computerized clinical decision support for the Decision Support section of the IMIA yearbook. Anani et al. [21] worked on the assessment of compliance with practice guidelines for acute stroke care. The study uses the openEHR’s Guideline Definition Language (GDL) as a mean to address the lack of commonly shared EHR models and terminology bindings, hampering CDS content sharing among different organizations. The study concluded with the successful representation of 14 out of 19 clinical rules on contraindications for thrombolysis and other aspects of acute stroke care by employing 80 GDL rules, and a complete match between manual and automated compliance results. In terms of applied systems, a number of studies focused on quite complex clinical conditions, such as the early recognition of sepsis [22-24], the prediction of periventricular leukomalacia in neonates after heart surgery [25], the detection of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia [26], and even the support for transcatheter aortic valve implantation [27]. ” (Bouaud J.;Koutkias V. Müller H., 2014)

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