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Ramsey, Caitlin (author)
Neonates are among the most fragile in the human population. Even more so when born prematurely. Their loss of development time in the womb disrupts their growth, and the neonatal intensive care unit environment can add multiple stresses that hinder their development. This can partly be attributed to the intrusive environment of a neonatal...
master thesis 2020
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van der Zwaag, Anne-Sea (author)
Data analysis for electrical impedance tomography (EIT) research requires manual selection of sequences with a normal breathing pattern. This procedure is lengthy and the lack of a standardised approach results in different practices among EIT studies, limiting the potential and comparability of the research.<br/>This article presents a new...
master thesis 2019
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Alphenaar, Wikke (author)
This master thesis is the result of a graduation project for the master Design for Interaction at Delft University of Technology. The aim of this project was to design a concept that improves the parental experience at the Intensive Care Neonatology (ICN) at the Amsterdam UMC. The experiences at the ICN can strongly influence the parental well...
master thesis 2019
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Kostałkowski, M.K. (author)
Every year number of prematurely born infants grows. Most underdeveloped organ after birth is brain. Therefore its monitoring is very important, especially as it can provide indications about health state in a future, both short and long term. Non invasive method of brain monitoring is EEG recording. However tedious process of system set up and...
master thesis 2016
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De Jong, A. (author)
Worldwide, 1 out of 10 newborns is born prematurely... In the Netherlands this means there are over 15.000 preterm births every year... Becoming a parent of a premature infant is very overwhelming and stressful. Parents need to deal with difficult themes, such as the appearance of a sick infant, the fears of the infant’s survival chances, the...
master thesis 2015
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Vreede, M.M.A. (author)
The value of user centred design lies in the increased product acceptance that can be achieved after new product implementation. In designing for healthcare, barriers that impede successful product acceptance can most often be attributed to the gap that exists between medical professionals and product developers. Centralising the intended user...
master thesis 2015
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Van Schijndel, T.J. (author)
Philips offers a range of mother and child care products under the name of Philips AVENT. As Philips AVENT is the company’s brand for baby feeding, Philips Design sees a potential link with innovation opportunities for optimizing nutrition and partnering with families in the NICU and strengthening the business of Philips AVENT with a market...
master thesis 2013
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Goos, T.G. (author)
Very preterm infants need support to survive. This support almost always incorporates respiratory support in the form of pressure and additional oxygen. Since late 2010 multiple resuscitation councils have advised oxygen saturation targets after birth. An observational study was conducted to observe to which extent the European Resuscitation...
master thesis 2013
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