Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Response Time


A real and accurate query-based cloud computing application for unstructured health records using STA method Using Software Defined Approach

Prasanthi. G; G.Srinivasa Rao

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2615-2621

SDA (software defined approach) can offers many cloud computing applications at high level performance. The miniaturization of resource applications can be performed through SDA gives more reliability and scalability. In cloud computing many number of nodes and its data base communicated through entire network. In this context their may be a chance of miss utilization of records, therefore an advanced huge records miniaturization methodology is required. In this research work an advanced electronic medical records miniaturization and analysis tracking system is designed through software defined approach. The unstructured medical records are taken as input and query based real response health records as output. This research work is more useful for medical applications at the time of cloud data base utilization, at final comparing the experimental results with existed methods.

Factors Associated with the ResponseTime inthe Emergency Department ata Regional Public Hospital

Yacob Yosua; Djazuly Chalidyanto; Trihardjo Saelan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 337-343

Handling of patients in the Emergency Department for emergency cases requiresprompt, timely, and clinically effectiveservice. The response time is one of the service indicatorsinpatient care at the Emergency Department. This research aims to determine the factors associated with response timeinthe emergency department of a regional publichospital. This research was conducted in the Emergency Room ofMojowarno Christian Hospital,Jombang from October to December 2018 by using cross-sectional study. The researcher collected the data using a closed questionnaire from 50 nurses and midwives, as well as the patient observation sheet of the emergency room, was randomly selected. The data were analyzed with the Pearson chi-square test with significance level ≤0.05. The results indicated that 92% of the response time was right, and 8% did not match with the response time, where the response time was ≤ 5 minutes. 90% of patients with emergency cases and 10% of patients with non-emergency cases. 86% related to the doctors' presence and 14% related to the doctors' absence. There is a significant correlationbetween response time and patient cases [0.05] and a significant correlationbetween response time and the presence or absence of the doctors.

Factors Associated with the ResponseTime inthe Emergency Department ata Regional Public Hospital.

Yacob Yosua; Djazuly Chalidyanto; Trihardjo Saelan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 547-553

Handling of patients in the Emergency Department for emergency cases requiresprompt, timely, and clinically effectiveservice. The response time is one of the service indicatorsinpatient care at the Emergency Department. This research aims to determine the factors associated with response timeinthe emergency department of a regional publichospital. This research was conducted in the Emergency Room ofMojowarno Christian Hospital,Jombang from October to December 2018 by using cross-sectional study. The researcher collected the data using a closed questionnaire from 50 nurses and midwives, as well as the patient observation sheet of the emergency room, was randomly selected. The data were analyzed with the Pearson chi-square test with significance level ≤0.05. The results indicated that 92% of the response time was right, and 8% did not match with the response time, where the response time was ≤ 5 minutes. 90% of patients with emergency cases and 10% of patients with non-emergency cases. 86% related to the doctors' presence and 14% related to the doctors' absence. There is a significant correlationbetween response time and patient cases [0.05] and a significant correlationbetween response time and the presence or absence of the doctors