Data from: The proportion of clinically relevant alarms decreases as patient clinical severity decreases in intensive care units: a pilot study

 

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Inokuchi R, Sato H, Nanjo Y, Echigo M, Tanaka A, Ishii T, Matsubara T, Doi K, Gunshin M, Hiruma T, Nakamura K, Shinohara K, Kitsuta Y, Nakajima S, Umezu M, Yahagi N (2013) The proportion of clinically relevant alarms decreases as patient clinical severity decreases in intensive care units: a pilot study. BMJ Open 3(9): e003354. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2013-003354

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Inokuchi R, Sato H, Nanjo Y, Echigo M, Tanaka A, Ishii T, Matsubara T, Doi K, Gunshin M, Hiruma T, Nakamura K, Shinohara K, Kitsuta Y, Nakajima S, Umezu M, Yahagi N (2013) Data from: The proportion of clinically relevant alarms decreases as patient clinical severity decreases in intensive care units: a pilot study. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b5m6g
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