ePatient_Event

Enumeration for states the patient can enter and exit out of. More...

Modules

 Antidiuresis
 Low urine flow.
 
 Asystole
 Represents no cardiac electrical activity.
 
 Bradycardia
 The heart rate is slowed to below 60 beats per minute.
 
 Bradypnea
 The state at which the respiratory rate has fallen 10 breaths per minute.
 
 BrainOxygenDeficit
 A lack of oxygen in the brain. Death will occur ~30min.
 
 CardiacArrest
 Sudden, unexpected loss of heart function, breathing, and consciousness.
 
 CardiogenicShock
 Inadequate blood circulation due to failure of the heart ventricles (Cardiac Index < 2.2 L/min m2).
 
 CriticalBrainOxygenDeficit
 A critical lack of oxygen in the brain. Death in under 10min.
 
 Dehydration
 A loss of more fluid than is taken in (More than 3% loss of resting fluid mass).
 
 Diuresis
 High urine flow.
 
 Fasciculation
 Brief spontaneous contractions of muscle fibers.
 
 Fatigue
 The body is using energy above the Basal Metabolic Rate.
 
 FunctionalIncontinence
 Uncontrolled bladder release due to a full bladder.
 
 Hypercapnia
 State at which the arterial carbon dioxide partial pressure has exceeded 60 mmHg.
 
 Hyperglycemia
 An excess of glucose in the bloodstream (> 200 mg/dL).
 
 Hyperthermia
 The condition of having a body temperature greatly above normal (> 38 C).
 
 Hypoglycemia
 Low glucose in the bloodstream (< 70 mg/dL).
 
 Hypothermia
 The condition of having a body temperature greatly below normal (< 35 C).
 
 Hypoxia
 State at which the arterial oxygen partial pressure has fallen below 65 mmHg.
 
 HypovolemicShock
 The blood volume has dropped below 65% of its normal value.
 
 IntracranialHypertension
 Intracranial pressure is greater than 25 mmHg.
 
 IntracranialHypotension
 Intracranial pressure is lower than 7 mmHg.
 
 IrreversibleState
 An unrecoverable patient state. The engine will cease calculating when this event occurs.
 
 Ketoacidosis
 A form of metabolic acidosis where the anion gap is driven by the rise in ketones.
 
 LacticAcidosis
 A form of metabolic acidosis where the blood lactate concentration rises.
 
 MaximumPulmonaryVentilationRate
 The maximum pulmonary ventilation rate has been reached.
 
 MetabolicAcidosis
 A condition where the body is producing excess acids. (pH < 7.35).
 
 MetabolicAlkalosis
 A condition where the body is producing excess bases. (pH > 7.45).
 
 MildAcuteRespiratoryDistress
 Mild impairment of the alveoli, reducing gas exchange within the lungs. (CarricoIndex [201,300] mmHg)
 
 ModerateAcuteRespiratoryDistress
 Moderate impairment of the alveoli, reducing gas exchange within the lungs. (CarricoIndex [101,200] mmHg)
 
 MyocardiumOxygenDeficit
 The myocardium oxygen level has decreased below 5 mmHg.
 
 Natriuresis
 Sodium excretion above normal levels.
 
 NutritionDepleted
 The stomach is empty.
 
 PulselessRhythm
 The state at which the heart has stopped beating.
 
 RenalHypoperfusion
 Low blood flow to the kidneys.
 
 RespiratoryAcidosis
 An increase of CO2 concentration in the bloodstream and a decrease in blood pH.
 
 RespiratoryAlkalosis
 An decrease of CO2 concentration in the bloodstream and a increase in blood pH.
 
 StartOfCardiacCycle
 The Patient is starting a new heart beat.
 
 StartOfExhale
 Patient is starting to exhale.
 
 StartOfInhale
 Patient is starting to inhale.
 
 SevereAcuteRespiratoryDistress
 Severe impairment of the alveoli, reducing gas exchange within the lungs. (CarricoIndex [0,100] mmHg)
 
 Tachycardia
 The heart rate is elevated above 100 beats per minute.
 
 Tachypnea
 A breathing rate above 20 breaths per minute.
 

Detailed Description

Enumeration for states the patient can enter and exit out of.