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Downloads: Design einer mobilen Anwendung für das stationäre Glukosemanagment

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Obwohl Diabetes die Krankenhausaufenthaltsdauer erhöht, wird der gezielten Blutzuckerkontrolle von akut erkrankten Diabetikern auf der Station oft wenig Bedeutung geschenkt. Diese Arbeit beschreibt die Erfahrungen beim Design sowie der Implementierung einer mobilen Anwendung für das stationäre Glukosemanagement mit Entscheidungsunterstützung für die Insulindosierung. Um klinische Abläufe zu verstehen und die Funktionalität exakt auf die Wünsche des klinischen Personals abzustimmen, wurde die Anwendung nach benutzerzentrierten Entwicklungsgrundsätzen gestaltet.

Although diabetes extends the length of hospital stays, glucose management of diabetic patients who have an acute medical condition is treated secondary in importance. In order to support in-hospital care, we designed a mobile in-hospital glucose management system with decision support for insulin dosing. In this paper we discuss the requirement engineering process and the lessons learned from the iterative design and development phases of the prototype. We followed a user-centered development process, including real-life usability testing from the outset.

This paper was presented at eHealth2011 in Vienna, Austria on 26-27 May 2011.
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