(ATOMICS-0) Adjudicated/Annotated Telemetry Signals for Medically Important and Clinically Significant Events-0 Dataset

Description

Abstract:
Control dataset of clinician-adjudicated/-annotated "true negatives" consisting of 300 stable, 10-minute datastream segments without alarm-triggering features [~3,000 datastream minutes over 300 non-alarm segments with EKG and PPG waveform annotations]
Notes:
This research was supported by the Agency for Healthcare, Research and Quality (AHRQ) under award number R18HS022860.

Citation

Kobayashi, Leo, Oyalowo, Adewole, Agrawal, Uday, et al., "(ATOMICS-0) Adjudicated/Annotated Telemetry Signals for Medically Important and Clinically Significant Events-0 Dataset" (2018). PERSEUS / ATOMICS Digital Archive, Brown University Open Data Collection. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.26300/17cn-bt67

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