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TECHNIQUE FOR LABOR PROGRESSION ANALYTICS AND VISUALIZATION

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000250414D
Publication Date: 2017-Jul-12
Document File: 2 page(s) / 58K

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Abstract

A technique for labor progression analytics and visualization is disclosed. The technique provides visualization for trend over time for patients progressing through labor and aids in delivery of key analytic drivers.

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TECHNIQUE FOR LABOR PROGRESSION ANALYTICS AND VISUALIZATION

BACKGROUND

 

The present disclosure relates generally to labor and delivery (L&D) progression and more particularly to labor progression analytics and visualization.

Currently, the labor progression and analysis is done by the clinician manually by assessing all the different data points. Further, the clinician mentally prepares an assessment and modify according to the changes recorded. The data obtained is typical of individual numeric values that change independently over time. Hence, the clinician makes judgment based on mentally remembering all the data points.

It would be desirable to have an efficient technique for labor progression analytics and visualization.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS

Figure 1 depicts a graphical representation of labor progression analytics and visualization.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

A technique for labor progression analytics and visualization is disclosed. The technique provides visualization for trend over time for patients progressing through labor and aids in delivery of key analytic drivers.

As depicted in figure 1, the technique assists clinician in better visualization of the available discrete data points into a combined value data trending over time. The combined value data is organized on the basis of published guidelines for labor such as category I, category II and category III.  The technique helps clinician in thorough understanding of changes occurring during labor progre...